What is Grout & Stone Sealing?
Depending on the size of your home, cleaning can be a full-time job. Fortunately, Seal Team One Everett offers a solution that can cut your cleaning time in half. Our unique, advanced sealant formula that repels water and other liquids. What does that mean for you? Cleaning your natural stone, tile, and grout will be easier than ever before.
Q: What types of surfaces can be sealed?
A: Our technicians are trained to seal a variety of different surfaces and materials. Our stone sealing expertise extends to all different types of natural and manufactured stones, including granite, marble, limestone, travertine, and slate. We can also seal tile and grout anywhere in your home, from tile floors in the bathroom to tile backsplashes in the kitchen.
Q: Should my surfaces be restored before being sealed?
A: Although it’s certainly not required that your natural stone and tile surfaces be restored prior to sealing, we highly recommend restoring any surfaces that are discolored, scratched, etched, or damaged in any other way before we apply our advanced sealer so your surfaces will look their best for years to come. Seal Team One offers restoration services that can correct a wide number of issues, including discoloration, etching, scratch marks, chips, and stains.
Q: How much does it cost and how long does it take?
A: The cost and length of your sealing project will depend on a number of different factors, including the type of material and surface area being sealed and whether the surface(s) need to be restored prior to sealing. Though we can’t say for certain what your project will cost here, we are happy to provide you with a free comprehensive estimate. Simply fill out our online form or give us a call to see how much your job will cost and how long we expect it will take.
Here at Seal Team One, we do things a little differently than our competitors. When you call us for interior sealing, you can expect the following regardless of the type of material we’re sealing or the surface area being treated.
The surfaces are first deep-cleaned using advanced penetrating cleaners that emulsify dirt and other contaminates that have accumulated over time. The surfaces are steam cleaned to eliminate bacteria and other contaminants
The surfaces are treated with our designer sealant formula that bonds with the material to form an invisible barrier that repels water and other liquids.