If you are putting your house on the market, the New York Times suggests “To avoid creating a bad impression, it’s important to make sure your tile grout is spotless.” Whether you are staging a house for sale or just looking to spruce up a tired looking bathroom, a quick and inexpensive fix is to re-grout the floor.
Grout is what holds the tiles in place. Over time and with repeated cleaning it can sometimes become dislodged and discolored in places. Or it may just be dirty, no matter how often you try to clean it. Re-grouting is not difficult for a professional. Using a special tool called a dremal, we remove all the old worn and dirty grout. Now is the fun part! You can choose a new grout color. You may want to change from white to a silvery gray, or from bone to a richer taupe. Re-grouting can be done on a ceramic tile or natural stone. We also re-grout showers.