Give your old tiles a makeover

Like new: Tile Regrouting owner and licensed tradesman, Andrew Marsh can help you refresh the bathroom with a simple tile makeover.
Like new: Tile Regrouting owner and licensed tradesman, Andrew Marsh can help you refresh the bathroom with a simple tile makeover.

IF YOUR bathroom is looking tired and old and the shower is a bit discoloured and dirty looking, Tile Regrouting owner and licensed tradesman Andrew Marsh says he has a solution for you. 

“Don’t retile, just regrout,” he said.

“At Tile Regrouting we don’t only regrout bathroom areas, we can regrout any tiled surface such as floors, kitchen splashbacks, laundries, balconies and more.”  

The tile regrouting process involves the removal of the old grout and silicone, cleaning and preparing the tiled area and the application of the new grout and silicone to make those areas look new.

 “All products used by us at Tile Regrouting have mould inhibitors which assist to slow down the process of mould reoccurring,” Mr Marsh said. 

“Our procedure also stops leaking showers which – when left unattended – can cause dangers such as expensive structural damage to the building, excessive unhygienic, unhealthy mould and a really unpleasant odour and creating the perfect breeding ground for various pesky insects which you don’t want.” 

Mr Marsh said attending to grout that is cracked or deteriorating should be done as soon as possible. 

“We also replace broken tiles or soap dishes if required giving your bathroom that much needed makeover,” he said.  

“Remember don’t retile — regrout, and give your tiled area that brand new look again at an affordable price.” Details: 9822 1872.

Leaking showers can cause dangers such as expensive structural damage to the building, unhealthy mould and a really unpleasant odour.

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