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Renovating your bathroom or kitchen and want to remove the grubby grout and replace it with clean grout?
If your tile grout has become dark, dirty, and stained, and you have tried cleaning it, but it didn't work, it might be time to regrout your tiles. Our professionals are experts at removing and replacing old grout. We can grout tiles on bathroom floors, kitchen backsplashes, shower cubicles, or other tiled surfaces.
Our highly-experienced team can grout new tiles or regrout old ones. Grout-related jobs we can help you with:
The specialist handling your grouting has done it hundreds, if not thousands, of times. Be it for your bathroom, kitchen, or any other room at your place, the task will be handled efficiently, with minimal disturbance to your routines, and no mess will be left behind. You can also rely on Fantastic Handyman to handle the tiling and sealing jobs.
The grouting service we offer takes care of everything. Your personalised quote will include the labour and materials price, so you don't have to worry about shopping for the right grout.
You can book your grout replacement service for any day of the week, including public and bank holidays. We can handle anything from small grout repairs to complete replacement and get the job done at the time that suits you best. Entrust your flooring service needs to the skilled Fantastic Handyman's experts.
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A: The grouting service we offer is available anywhere within the London M25 zone.
A: Yes, we can assist with tile crack, chip or hole repair using innovative techniques and materials, so just ask about our tile repair service.
A: Each grouting specialist carries public liability insurance for a minimum of £5 million to ensure a worry-free service.
A: In general, it's more economical to regrout a surface rather than retiling it, especially if the tiles are in good condition.
A: The lifespan of grout varies from eight to sixteen years, depending on how well you maintain it.
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