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Caulking Service

Our caulking service provides a watertight seal between countertops, tubs, sinks, and shower seams. We have years of experience in removing old, worn caulk and replacing it with a fresh layer. Our specialists are knowledgeable on the types of caulk that are most effective in different areas of your home and can make sure that the job is done correctly.

Bob Kennedy applying caulk on another Surface Renew project.

New Caulk Provides Protection

Caulk serves as a watertight sealant in the joints and creases for countertops, sinks, tubs, shower seams, and other tile. So a good caulking service helps prevent water from seeping in cracks and crevices, causing costly water damage to walls, cabinets, flooring, and more. To prevent water damage in your home make sure your faucets, countertops, vanities, cabinets, toilets, sinks, and other water bearing fixtures are properly sealed with new high quality caulking.

Deterioration and Replacement

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As with everything in life, nothing lasts forever and therefore caulk is no exception. Over a period of time caulk will deteriorate and the caulked seals will break down shrinking away from sealing surfaces. This breakdown can cause serious water damage to your home or commercial property. Loosening caulk will allow water droplets and shower steam to collect beneath it. This unwanted moisture can lead to mold and fungal growth, making your bathroom or kitchen an unhealthy space.

Any leaks around sinks, tubs, showers, and tiles often times will cause mold, foundation, drywall and other structural damage, and the repairs are NOT cheap.

Since old caulk will deteriorate over time you will periodically need to remove the old caulking and apply new caulk. The old caulk removal must be complete because new caulk does not stick to old caulk. Our caulking service will provide all the necessary requirements for you.

WATERTIGHT SEALANT

If you or other family members have auto-immune issues, are elderly, or have allergies or asthma, then a broken caulk seal could cause irritation and sickness. By providing a new watertight seal, fresh caulk will help protect against any mold and fungus growth in the future.

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For example, tubs with bad caulking let water get behind walls, tiles, and under the floors. Water leakage can damage wood and wallboard, and maybe even discolor a downstairs ceiling. And so caulking helps prevent this sort of damage.

Fresh caulk helps protect against mold and fungus growth in the future. Old caulk can cause mold and dirt to accumulate and can cause issues that will be costly to repair and physically harmful to your health. Since mold is dangerous to your health it is important to ensure safe removal and replacement of moldy caulk.

Extend Life

Extend the life of your bathtub, sink, countertops, or shower area with new caulk.

Caulking Shower

New caulk will neatly frame your showers and baths and extend the life of the area too. Aging, failing caulk is not just a nuisance; it can become a really big problem. We will also be preventing further moisture seepage behind the surface, which can lead to eventual structural water damage. Once your new caulk is professionally applied, you can rest assured that the life of your tub, sink, or shower area will be protected for years to come.

New Caulk Provides a Fresh Look

Caulking Services Provides a Fresh New Look

New caulking provides you with a clean looking seal. After a tub or tile resurfacing, your fixture surfaces look like new. How would that new surface look next to crusty old caulking? Not so good. So that’s why we like to re-caulk after a resurfacing / tile refinishing project. Keeps it safe, sealed, and looking great!

For More Information or a Free Quote:

Make sure your home is secure by having your fixtures re-caulked. Since you deserve the best then call Surface Renew today and speak with one of our helpful caulking service experts.

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Company: Surface Renew, Inc.
Arkansas Central Office: 501-920-9326
Arkansas Northwest Office: 479-226-0703
Email: info@surface-renew.com

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