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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I hired JBG to do tile work in the kitchen and in bathrooms of my new home. I am very pleased with the work , as is my wife. Thanks to all at JBG team
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