Floor Sealing Specialists Serving Fargo
If you are in the process of building or have recently moved into your dream Fargo home or business space, then you probably don’t need us at Spotless Floors LLC to tell you how important it is that your floors are sealed correctly.
The unfortunate fact of the matter is that if you are like many of the homeowners and office managers we work with in Fargo, then you may inadvertently overlook your tiled floors requirements. Honestly, we understand. With so much involved in the design and build of a new home or office space it can often be hard to keep track of everything. Thankfully for you, that is where we at Spotless Floors LLC come in.
Our expert floor sealers take immense pride in the service they provide and will stop at nothing in the pursuit of floor sealing perfection for your Fargo home or business. Don’t settle for second best or cheap imitations when the number one team is right here for you to use.
Do You Seal the Floor Tiles or the Grout?
What many people in Fargo don’t realize is that while most of your floor is made of tiles, it also contains an important amount of grout. This often-overlooked material is crucial to your floor’s overall integrity and plays an invaluable role in the sealing process of your floor. The fact is that the grout is what holds your floor’s tiles in place and needs to be sealed accordingly. An unrelated but additional advantage of sealed grout is that it is much easier to clean.
If you are unsure if the tiles and grout in your Fargo floor have been sealed correctly then simply sprat a few drops of water on them. If they darken and change color, then this is an indication that they are probably not sealed correctly and that needs to be rectified.
Finally, if your tile or grout has been sealed over fifteen years ago, then it is possible that it may need to be re-sealed. This is particularly true if the tiles in question are located outdoors as the elements will likely wear them down faster in these cases. The same is true in bathrooms without proper ventilation as an over-exposure to humidity and moisture can wreak havoc.