Grout Work

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Introduction to Grout Work

Grout is a material that is used to fill gaps between tiles, stones, and bricks. It is made up of a mixture of cement, sand, and water.

Grout work is an important part of tile and stone installation, as it not only fills in the gaps but also helps to secure the tiles and stones in place. Grout work can also enhance the appearance of the tiles or stones by providing a contrasting color to the surface.

Our goal is to ensure you get the highest quality results from start to finish.

Types of Grout

There are two main types of grout: sanded and unsanded

Sanded grout is used for larger gaps between tiles or stones, typically 1/8 inch or wider. It contains sand which makes it stronger and less likely to crack. Unsanded grout is used for smaller gaps, usually less than 1/8 inch. It is smoother and more flexible than sanded grout, making it better suited for areas that may expand and contract due to temperature changes.

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We pride ourselves on our exceptional craftsmanship and pay close attention to every detail to ensure nothing is overlooked.

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We prioritize your satisfaction above everything else, and we understand that our job is not complete until you are completely satisfied with our work.

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Tips for Grout Work

Grout work can be a messy and time-consuming process, but with the right techniques, it can be done efficiently and effectively

Before starting, ensure that the surface to be grouted is clean and free of debris. Mix the grout according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and work in small sections to prevent the grout from drying out. Use a grout float to apply the grout, spreading it evenly across the surface. Once the grout has been applied, use a damp sponge to clean the excess grout off the tiles or stones. Finally, allow the grout to dry completely before walking on or using the surface.