Tile & Grout – Restoration Cleaning Coloring Sealing only at Gappsi. Tile cleaning is tough work. Grout cleaning is even harder. Over time, tile floors and surfaces lose their shine and luster. Scrubbing and mopping do not generally yield the results needed for a deep clean. Because grout is porous and absorbs all the dirt and debris on it, mopping only removes surface soil and not the embedded dirt that causes the grout to become dull.
Our residential tile and grout cleaning and grout-sealing product helps maintain the cleaned grout for months and makes your regular home maintenance more effective. Also, if your grout is discolored or you want to update the look, we offer grout re-coloring services in a variety of colors to suit your style.
Gappsi Tile and Grout Deep Cleaning
Gappsi has trained technicians who use specialized equipment. It extracts deeply embedded dirt and grime, thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing your tile, grout, and baseboards. We use nonabrasive yet effective methods with adjustable heat and pressure for deep-down cleaning.
We service all sorts of tile: stone, ceramic, porcelain, clay, and more on floors, shower walls, backsplashes, vanities, tub surrounds, hot tub surrounds, pool decks, table tops, and more throughout Long Island.
Our steam cleaning yields stunning results! If you have soiled grout it can respond to steam cleaning as suddenly as what happens when you spill bleach on black cloths. The grout is often restored to a uniform color and sanitized the very second the steam wand runs across the tile and grout surface.
Tile and Grout Restoration Repair
- Shower Restoration, Cleaning & Caulking – We offer a variety of shower restoration services. We use alkaline cleaners or acid cleaners to remove soap scum, calcium deposits, and dead skin cells. We also provide caulking services and grout repairs for damaged areas of the tile floor. We can apply sealants to protect your grout from future damage.
- Tile & Grout Repairs – When grout is cracked, crumbling, or stained over time there are several repair options. If only certain areas of the grout are damaged, we may be able to add more grout material or re-grout those areas. If the entire floor needs repair, we can either re-grout the entire floor or color your existing grout to match the original color.
Grout Recoloring | Grout Color Sealing
After thoroughly cleaning your grout, we can apply a pigmented sealer that seals your grout and covers up the stains.
With recoloring, we can change the color of your grout to a lighter or darker color or match the original color. We will work with you to choose the right color for your grout. Changing the color of the grout in a bathroom, kitchen, or any tiled area can give the room a new look and feel!
If your sanded grout has cracked due to loose tiles, broken thresholds, or other causes, we can repair it before color sealing.
Color-sealed grout is easy to clean because you simply wipe down the tiles with a clean cloth or mop. There is no scrubbing needed. The color seal protects your grout from the dirt, grime, and liquids that caused the stains in the first place.
Tile & Grout – Restoration Cleaning Coloring Sealing
What You Can Expect from Gappsi
When you choose Gappsi for professional grout cleaning and color sealing you will receive 100% Satisfaction
Step One – Prep Existing Floor – our professionals have perfected tile and grout restoration. We can make dirty, discolored grout lines look like new regardless of the choice of color. If you prefer the original appearance, we can restore, clean, repair, and seal your existing grout. If you prefer to add something special to your existing tile floor, Gappsi can help you mix and match the tile and grout line colors.
Step Two – Select Color for Grout – Gappsi can turn dingy, dark grout lines into clean, white grout lines. We can apply a color sealer that will also provide lasting protection. Our color matching system allows our customers to choose a new grout color for a customized appearance.
Step Three – Apply New Grout – Grout is a concrete and sand mixture. When you have your renovated grout color sealed it protects it from accidents. All those unexpected spills, foot traffic, and day-to-day life. Having unprotected grout lines can absorb the stains leaving discoloration and/or create a breeding ground for odor-causing bacteria as in pet-related accidents. Protective sealant allows for a quick mop and your tile floor is as good as new.
Step Four – Tile & Grout Sealed for Protection – Our proven process for grout restoration and color sealing means you no longer have to face the dilemma of ugly, unsanitary grout lines in your bathrooms, kitchen, or family room. Don’t waste your time scrubbing discolored grout lines with harsh chemicals.
Grout color sealing can break down over time and will need to be resealed to keep your grout in great condition. We recommend grout sealing once a year in areas without moisture, and as needed in high-moisture areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
View Gappsi’s YouTube Channel for Videos of Grout and Tiles Cleaning, Coloring, and Sealing Bathrooms and Kitchen Walls and Floors
In this video, you can view the process of cleaning and coloring the grout from this demonstration floor. You can see the difference in the before and after. We start by applying the grout and tile cleaner over the tiles and the grout joints. We allow it to sit for a few minutes. Next, we steam-wash the entire floor. Then we start the cleaning process of the joints with hot steam and a brass brush. For the final general cleaning of the tiles and grout, we use a vacuum to remove leftover dirt from the grout joints.
Gappsi Coloring Process for Grout
Next is the process of coloring the grout after they have been cleaned. There is a huge transformation from before as you can see in the part of the floor that has not been cleaned yet. The joints have not been colored before. After the next step, we will apply a protective sealer on the grout and tiles. Now when applying the final coat of clear sealer this sealer will not enhance the color of the grout or the tiles but will prevent it from getting dirty. We wipe off the excess sealer and get the sealer into the grout and joints and off the tile surface for a clean finish.