Eliminating shower efflorescence in Alpharetta.
A white hard substance that grows in the shower drain,
clogging it, and cracking tile and grout.
Knock out shower efflorescence to prevent cracking issue.
Efflorescence is a hard white substance caused by the movement of dissolvable salts, originating from the stone work. It damages all the concrete based materials and if not killed, it can split the tile and grout while clogging up the shower drain.
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Thumping out the bulk.
We clean the shower drain and surface while disposing of all the mass bulk. Our goal is to evacuate all the efflorescence forever.
Cleaning shower on a grand scale.
We have a totally better approach to eliminate the efflorescence issue with Zido – a standout amongst the most capable cleaners planned by pFOkUS®. Zido takes out efflorescence at first glance and after that enters profound to attack the salts, evacuating it from under the tile.
Introducing a hydrophobic shower tile.
We rectify the missing grout and supplant the caulk with Sentura – a two part pigmented solvent epoxy/resin. At that point, we secure all the grout lines with Caponi® – a pigmented titanium sealer. Both of these items keep away the development of efflorescence forever, waterproofing the shower.
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Why efflorescence develops in showers.
This diagram, displays how your shower is constructed when you have efflorescence issues or in some cases mold problems. The top of the mud bed (concrete) is not protected with a waterproofing membrane. Underneath the mud bed, there is no pre-slope. Without either of these steps, water will not drain to the weep holes and the mud bed will not dry out. If caulk is used around the perimeter, it will mildew fast and even pull away with ease. To rectify this issue, we have to stop the water from passing through the grout and corners, where the caulk was applied.
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Shower efflorescence removal service in Alpharetta.
Efflorescence is absolutely a weight in showers. Send us the pictures and get your free estimate today.
Shower efflorescence questions?
Here are our answers.
Is shower efflorescence a white substance, taking place the surface?
Yes. It may look like a whitish grout, growing in your grout lines and over your tile. It is very hard.
Why does efflorescence grow on shower floor?
Most contractors don’t install shower correctly. That’s what allows water to dwell underneath the tile, feeding the minerals in the concrete mud bed. Through the weep holes, the minerals take place in your shower drain. Now, it grows over your tile and grout.
Will your tactic overcome the efflorescence issue?
Yes. We only apply the most powerful cleaners and sealers from pFOkUS®, which will not break down overtime. We use Sentura around the perimeter to seal the corners, and cover the grout lines with Caponi®, waterproofing the shower.
I contacted two other companies, but they were not ready to guarantee their process, why?
Good question. Most contractors use the simple and less expensive products from big box stores. We learned over 10 years ago that cheap cleaners and sealers don’t work. We have exclusive agreement with pFOkUS® and we have the right to use their products to remove efflorescence.
Why is my shower drain covered with efflorescence?
Most home owners want to unclog their shower drains and overcome the efflorescence issue. This burden is caused from the efflorescence, taking place via the drain weep holes beneath the tile. We will rectify this issue with our shower efflorescence removal service in Alpharetta and Georgia.
What if my cultured marble is peeling, because I had it restored?
The best answer we could provide is to post reviews for others, not to be fooled by companies providing this service. There is no process we can perform for this issue because the entire pan has to be stripped.
Why should we hire D'Sapone®?
We provide a professional shower efflorescence removal service in Alpharetta and Johns Creek. We also warranty that the efflorescence will not take place again on your shower floor.
Our Alpharetta locations.
- Avondale Estates
- Johns Creek
- Lake Lanier Islands
- Lithia Springs
- Peachtree City
- Powder Springs
- Sandy Springs