A dip in the calm, cool water of a swimming pool on a simmering hot Summer day is one of life’s simple pleasures. Do not let cracked or loose pool tiles ruin your swimming fun though! If you notice damaged tiles or grout in your pool and ignore it, serious structural damage to your actual pool can occur.
So, what should you do when you notice signs of failing tile and pool grout?Our friends over at the Grout Medic of Denver have the solutions you need! If you are curious about what to expect when you give them a call, we are here to break it down for you.
First things first, for the technicians to service your tile and grout properly, it is necessary to completely drain the water from your pool. So, be sure to complete this task before the crew arrive. As a family owned business, the Grout Medic is very intent on offering a down-home and personal experience. In order to do this, they will make sure to discuss your wants, needs, and options with you before they begin working. This way when they pack up and leave, you will be left satisfied and with exactly what you expected.
So, depending on what you want, the Grout Medic will either remove a few specific problem tiles, or completely remove all the tiles along the walls and stairs. From there, they will grind down all of the cement backing from the previous installation. You can rest assured that these professionals will also leave the entire pool area tidy. Vacuuming all dust and debris from the pool so that it is perfectly ready to be filled and enjoyed immediately.
After removing the concrete, they will thoroughly prep and clean the tiles being re-bonded. Lastly, they will lay the tile and seal the grout joints with an epoxy grout. Epoxy grout is superior to typical cement grout, particularly in wet areas. Epoxy grout is not porous and thus it will last longer and be more effective at preventing water from breaching the barrier.
Our longtime friends over at the Grout Medic of Denver are seasoned professionals who have provided trustworthy service to many homes in the Denver area. If you need grout and tile work done on your pool or inside your house, you know who to call!