If your stone tiles are loose or damaged, some new grout will do the trick - simply remove the stone tile carefully with a chisel, get rid of the remaining grout, apply a new layer of grout and layer on the new tile. Since the process requires meticulous care, we recommend hiring a home service pro to get the job done.
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Recently Reviewed Old Toronto Tile: Natural Stone (Granite, Marble, Slate, Quartz, etc)
We had our kitchen floor refinished in May. The job took three days and the results were beautiful. Care was taken to contain the dust by putting up plastic sheets at the entrances to the kitchen. Andrew was very polite...
Had the pleasure to work with Val from the Burlington (Appleby) location on replacing 1400 sq ft of 1960 hardwood with Pergo luxury vinyl plank. Val will take care of you as soon as you meet him, he even...
We have dealt with Val on two separate occasions. First for carpet for our entire upper level and then to replace carpet in our basement that was damaged due to flooding. On both occasions he was extremely helpful, friendly and...