These cracks seem to start appearing in or around joints where the wall meets your bath, shower or floor. They develop due to age, but can sometimes be warning signs of worse problems such as poor installation or too much moisture buildup due to leaks or poor ventilation.
If you’re spotting grout around the joints and meeting points in your bathroom, then this is probably due to the movement occurring between the two surfaces. Houses are in a constant state of motion due to our stomping feet, wind, humidity, temperature and the odd earthquake. As the grout in your bathroom doesn’t allow for much movement, it’s going to eventually crack and crumble.
If you weren’t able to track down a professional Wellington plumber for your bathroom installation, then chances are you could have wound up with poor quality grout. If grout is improperly prepared (mixed), then you’ll be stuck with sneaky pockets of air amid the grout that weakens its integrity. Eventually the bubble turn into cracks...but not to worry, we can help!
Calling in the professionals
If the cracking in your grout is spreading beyond ‘quick fix’ levels of control, then it’s time to call the professional plumbers at Maxey Plumbing. We can assess the situation professionally, and regrout your tiles in just a day! It’s a job that can be seen to promptly, as long as it is carried out by a professional master plumber.
Additionally, if there happen to be any issues lying beneath the tiles then you can rest assured knowing that we’ll notice them. We can remove and replace your tiles, and we’ll get to the root of the problem. All you have to do is place the call to Maxey!