Bathroom Tile Falling Off the Wall Due to Water Ingress? Call Us Now! . High Quality and Efficient Tile Repair Services Throughout Brownstown, Michigan.
Local tile contractor specialized in water ingress properties, wall and floor loose tile repair, as well as broken/cracked tile replacement in the Brownstown/Michigan area. Water ingress is a common bathroom failure that could happen to any property, due to poor craftsmanship and lack of expertise. If water ingress signs are ignored, it will do a lot of damage to the property in the long run. Do not ignore the water mark signs. Fix it now. Call us anytime for a free consultation. No job is too small. Free on-site assessments. Quick response.
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Frequent Asked Questions:
Q: Why the tiles are falling off wall?
A: Water ingress behind the tile. Wall does not have the proper waterproofing. Therefore, the water penetrates the grout, soaks in the wall and the tile starts falling off wall.
Q: How to fix loose wall/floor tile?
A: The area needs to be removed. cleaned up. Wall needs to be completely dry. Waterproof wall/floor, then reinstall new tiles.
Q: What if the wall is soaking wet?
A: A dehumidifier will be neeed to dry up the wall
Q: How long will it take to dry the wall?
A: Usually, it takes about 10 to 14 days to dry up 100%, then it all depends of the severity of the water damage. We had jobs in the past that took longer than that to dry.
Q: Our six month old kitchen floor tiles are bouncing and make a noise while walking on them, grout is cracked, hollow underneath. Do not know what is causing the floor to fail. How do we fix the floor?
A: A six month old floor should not fail like that. The previous builder must have installed the tiles in a Dot & Dab fashion, that usually leaves a huge gap underneath the tile, that alone causes the floor tiles to fail and grout to crack.
Q: We recently had a water leakage repair done to our shower. The area where the tiles were put back developed a thiny hairline crack around the area. We are very concerned it might leak again. Builder cannot explain the crack. Why did the crack reoccured?
A: Usually there is a reason behind the crack. The area needs to be propper assessed. The origin of the crack needs to be identified before the repair could take place.
The homeowner said: 21:51 (06/06/2018)
A bathroom fitter did a very bad job of our refurbishment. Florentin and his plumber quickly identified a number of issues and put things right. He gave us lots of good advice. He was quick to respond and we let him get on with the job while we were on holiday. I wish we had found him before as it would have saved us a lot of hassle and money! Highly recommended.