Q: What type of grout can be re-grouted?
A: Re-grouting is done on tile installations with non-sanded grout joints.

Q: When should grout and or caulking be used?
A: Grout should be used on tile to tile joints that do not have any flex. Caulking is used around fixtures, tub to tile and sink to tile where there is flex.


Q: When should tile be re-grouted?
A: As grout gets low in the tile joints due to cleaning or heavy use, re-grouting should be done in order that water will not able to get behind the tile causing the tile to come loose or cause water damage. New grout lines will make it easier to clean and maintain.

Q: How long does it take to re-grout an installation?
A: A typical shower or counter can be Re-Grouted within a day.


Q: How is the Re-Grout / Re-Caulking process done?
A: All grout and caulking is ripped out with hand tools not motorized tools so that the tile is not damaged or chipped. Dust and noise are kept low by using this method.

Q: How long does new Grout and Caulking take to dry?
A: Caulking takes a full 24 hours to cure. Grout

will take a full 4 days to cure. Water should be avoided until material is fully cured.


Q: What kind of care is needed to maintain new grout?
A: All grout should be cleaned using mild cleaners so that grout is not stripped out or worn away. Avoid strong cleaners, such as bleach, ammonia, and lime away.

Q: What is the Warranty on Re-Grout / Re-Caulking?
A: We guarantee all of our work for one year against defects in materials and craftsmanship.