More and more homeowners and first-time buyers are looking to flip, renovate, and restore their properties, many of which are decades and even a century old. While some homeowners are quick to call in a renovation team, such measures are not always necessary. More often than not, residential tile and grout cleaning and sealing, stone, and hardwood surface cleaning are really all that's needed for long-term care. If you're a new homeowner, or prospective home buyer, there are some great ways to preserve your new long-term home investment.
The first sign of a lived-in home that most realtors neglect prior to selling is dirty tile and grout. Not only does dirty, stained tile and grout look bad, but it can be full of mold and mildew. One of the leading causes of home damage and degradation is the accumulation of mold. And let's not forget about the detrimental effects it can have on your health. Fungal infections, allergies, and difficult breathing are just a few of the nasty side-effects of mold exposure. A good tile and grout cleaning can bring life to shabby and aged floors, as well as protecting your home and family from pesky mold and mildew.
Your new home may also have damaged caulking, which is a big worry and can lead to future leaks! You should always consider inspecting your caulk when you first move in, just to make sure it does not pose a threat. It's no secret that more and more prospective homeowners are buying with the intention of permanent residence. That being said, taking the proper measures to protect your investment is imperative. Getting regular maintenance done is not always a walk in the park, but the results are well-worth the effort.
Check out how quickly and easily these grout lines are returned to a pure white hue with a deep cleaning in the short video below!
Tile and Grout Cleaning and Sealing: Customers are simply stunned when they discover just how much dirt, dust, and soil accumulates in old tiling and wood flooring over the years. All of our services carry a 1-year warranty, proving that we always put customer satisfaction first. We tailor our work to suit the needs of every individual client, so there's no price that's set in stone (pun intended!). The truth is, routine tile and grout cleaning is crucial for any home, especially an older one.
Residential Caulking inspection and maintenance: caulking sessions are a high priority as well. Caulking will help prevent any unwanted leaks that can wreak some major damage in the long-term. Caulking also ranks pretty high on the eco-friendly/sustainability scale! Protecting and preserving your home for permanent residence surely takes a certain amount of legwork, but it's worth it to build a great home for your family and even your future generations. Building a home for life can be a very profound, and inspiring venture. That's why here at Sir Grout, we're all about making the journey a painless one!
Take a look at the before and after photo above to see the difference a cleaning and recaulking can make!
It just so happens that Sir Grout's innovative, multi-service model allows homeowners to restore old tiling, grout, and flooring at a fraction of the renovation cost. With services like tile and grout cleaning, floor restoration, caulking, and more; homeowners can expect a turnabout that will preserve your property for you and future generations. Sir Grout's services extend far beyond your typical maintenance.
Did you buy a new or older home that could use some special attention? Sir Grout provides amazing home improvement services to keep your home in top condition. Fill out the form below, or give us a call today to schedule your free evaluation!
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