Why we Seal Grout instead of Re-grouting?

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If your grout is stained and missing, other contractors will replace it with new grout, offering a band-aid solution. Instead of re-grouting tile, D'Sapone® seals grout with a high quality sealer designed by pFOkUS®. It’s a force, inspiring us since day one to deliver you a service, which is far beyond your imagination.

Why my Grout is Stained within 6 Months?

The three most common reasons behind this issue are:

Is Re-grouting Worth it?

Re-grouting is definitely not worth the time and investment because:

How Often Should you Re-grout?

You should not rely on a fixed period for regrouting shower tile and kitchen tile. It should be done as soon as you find cracked, missing or peeling grout. The more you prolong the need of regrouting or replacing grout in shower and flooring, the more damage you cause to your tile and flooring.

Instead of re-grouting shower floor, you should first get grout repair done. We first repair grout to fill in the cracks and then apply Caponi® grout sealer to seal the grout lines.

How Caponi® Grout Sealer Works Instead of Re-grouting?

After we leave, you can maintain your floor, backsplashes and shower with Valore – a maintenance cleaner and sealer. It is available in a small aluminium bottle with up to 7% hydrogen peroxide. Just spray it on your surface once a week and enjoy stain free shower, floor and backsplashes for your lifetime with a 5 year labor warranty.

When it comes to re-grouting tile, D'Sapone® has proved to be different from the rest. Instead of seeking a tile regrouting service, you should hire our services to get a permanent solution for your grout lines. We have totally abolished the old practice of re-grouting and come up with new revolutionary services using exquisitely designed products.

So what are you waiting for? Contact us now to get a free estimate. If you have queries regarding re-grouting tile, you can leave us a message on our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and we promise to cover it up in our next blog post.

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