Caulking. Peeling. Mold. Stains.
Applying caulk in the shower corners causes mold and stain issues in months. Caulking is just a temporary cure, since it softens, peels and washes out of the joints in wet settings. However, it dries up, peels and cracks in dry settings. Caulk will also peel very fast when you use a chemical to clean the surface. That’s what allows mold to take place in the shower. It first lurks in the corners and then grows over the entire tile and grout in a short order. These are the reasons why we avoid performing a shower recaulking in NYC. Instead, we seal all the corners with a better substitute.
Replacing bathroom caulk with
We fuse Sentura – a two part pigmented flexible solvent epoxy/resin, in all the corners creating a waterproofed surface. Caulk also diminishes the surface value with its unpleasant look, while Sentura protects the shower for a lifetime with its sleek lines.
Sentura – a better experience
in every experience.
Most contractors would use Silicone or other types of caulk to carry out the procedure of shower recaulking in NYC. But we never rely on caulk since it peels off in no time causing further complications. We only use Sentura – an exquisitely designed chemically resistive sealant. It protects the corners with a 1200psi adhesion and prevents it from allowing the passage of moisture, causing mold to grow.
An incredible experience
with an astonishing substitute.
Once we replace the caulk using Sentura – a two part pigmented solvent based epoxy/resin designed with a 1200psi adhesion, you will feel that you have a beautiful shower with thin lines. We can color match Sentura with our titanium grout sealer to blend in with your shower tile and grout – delivering an incredible look in the corners.
Re-caulking causes mold.
Re-caulking – replacing the old caulk with the new one, peels again when exposed to the ongoing moisture and gives birth to mold, ruining the entire shower. This is why the process of shower recaulking in NYC is an outdated practice and should be avoided. If there’s mold already lurking in the corners, we can remove it from the root. We spray Imperia – a patented product developed by our experts, that seeps deep into the tile and grout killing mold. Then, we seal the corners with Sentura and grout with Caponi® – a pigmented titanium sealer.
Removing mold >
Sentura’s over 40 colors.
Rendering a natural aspect.
We pigment the Sentura to match the current grout or tile color offering you a healthy and beautiful shower.
Shower recaulking in NYC.
Now, with a better alternative.
We have eliminated shower caulking with Sentura, which will never peel or wear off the floor and walls. Just send us the pictures of your shower corners and our server will calculate the rest. What are you waiting for? Get your free estimate today.
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Questions about bathroom caulking?
Here are our answers.
Why does D'Sapone® apply Sentura?
Sentura is more powerful than any caulk. It resists chemicals and will never peel.
Why is re-caulking not a good idea?
Over 12 years ago, we tried almost all types of caulks, but we got call backs in return within 6 months. Re-caulking is not a permanent cure as it invites the same issue again. This is why we do not perform a shower recaulking in NYC.
My shower caulk molds so fast, why?
Your shower gets 414 times extra water than your roof. It is the most extreme environment in a home with all the moisture, where caulk cannot last more than six months. We use Sentura, which is specially designed and intended for these environments.
What does it look like?
Sentura looks like grout.
Is Silicone a caulk?
Yes. Silicone is a caulk, which allows mold and
mildew to take place in a shower. It will peel overtime.
Can we scrub Sentura after it is dried?
Yes. Sentura will not peel when scrubbed.
Is there any warranty.
Yes. We offer a warranty for 5 years.
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