Grout repairs include repair work along tub edges, wall corners, floor-base seams and wherever else grout repair is needed. During the repair process grout is carefully mixed to match the surrounding grout areas.
Complete tile regrouting implies regrouting of all the tile seams in a particular area. Tile regrouting most often occurs on the wall areas of stall showers and tub areas. This is often the best solution for grout areas wheremold has deeply penetrated the tile grouting. The regrouting process involves shaving-down or cutting-out entirely the existing grout before the new grout is applied. Most often, after tile has been regrouted, the tile will look like new.