Water Damaged Tile Repair Services in Greensboro, NC
Water damage can be devastating to a home’s interior – impacting all rooms, especially bathroom tiles. Water damaged tile repair, when done early, can save Greensboro homeowners money. Grout is designed to be a water barrier between tiles and stone, but over years of use and cleaning with chemicals, grout will eventually dry out, deteriorate, and become cracked, broken or missing. If water damages the floor or the bathroom wall behind the tiles, tiles will eventually become loose and the affected area will need to be repaired.
If caught early enough, the water damaged area should be re-grouted to ensure that water will not continue to penetrate the wall behind the tiles. However, if gone unnoticed for a prolonged period of time, water will penetrate into the substructure causing the adhesive on the back of the tiles to loosen and eventually cause them to fall off of the surface. In extreme cases, the walls will absorb so much water that new wallboard will also be needed. It is important to recognize water damage and act quickly in order to minimize the damage that water is allowed to cause. Some signs of water damage include a musty smell, buckling or staining on the floors, crumbling plaster or blistering paint on the walls, and visible mold.
At Carolina Tile, Grout & Tub Restoration, we strive to provide our Greensboro clients with the highest quality repairs for water damaged tile. Our team of expert tile repair specialists works with you, the homeowner, to ensure that the tile is as water resistant as possible, saving you money on more repairs in the future.
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Before you have your tile, grout or tub replaced, let Carolina Tile, Grout & Tub Restoration, Inc. show you what options are available to you.
LOCAL WATER DAMAGED TILE REPAIR SERVICE
- Remove (ceramic or porcelain) tiles from damaged areas
- Remove the wet wall in order to retain the structural strength of the wall
- Rebuild the wall using cement board, instead of greenboard, because cement board is much more water resistant
- Clean off tiles to ensure a clean and secure adhesion to the new wall
- Re-adhere tiles and add grout for maximum water resistance