New Installation Sealing

Installing natural stone? It should be sealed before setting the tiles to prevent unwanted penetration of grout into the pores of the stone, making cleanup easier.

Whether your new tile is natural stone or man-made, the grout should be sealed immediately after curing. The primary benefit of applying a sealer is to protect the new grout from unwanted penetration of dirt. By closing the pores of the grout, the sealer helps to keep soiling on the surface and will make it easier to keep clean, and will also help to keep your tile surface looking new longer.

While sealers will help to reduce the water absorbance by grout, they do not provide total waterproofing of the surface. But sealing does help in reducing the amount of water that grout will absorb, particularly in showers. This will help to reduce the level of humidity, which in turn reduces the buildup of mold and mildew.

Give us a call today at (952) 935-2686 , or Click Here to request an Online Quote and we will gladly give you a FREE, absolutely no-obligation inspection and estimate on any problems you may be having. We look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks for the super job on the foyer, bathrooms, and kitchen. A very smooth and simple process. Also, thanks for the gift card. Michael - St. Louis Park, MN
First and foremost I want to say thank you for being on time and returning all my phone calls so promptly. The bathroom floor and shower look great. Nice job! Sally - Eden Prairie, MN
The bathrooms in the store look awesome. We are no longer embarrassed to have our clients use them for changing before sessions. Also, thanks for the great service. Ingrid - Minneapolis, MN
I just wanted to tell you that our floors look brand new. You were prompt, polite and thorough. I have and will continue to recommend Grout Professionals to all my family and friends. It has been a pleasure doing business with you. Paul - Chanhassen, MN

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4500 Marlborough Court
Minnetonka, MN 55345-2646
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