Tiles and Stones Replacement Services
At Clean Fanatics, we’re always on the lookout for ways to enhance the services we offer to our valued clients. We’re excited to announce our latest addition. With our reputation for excellence in cleaning and maintenance services, we’re expanding our offerings to transform your spaces through top-notch Civil works. We are ready to take on your tiles and stone replacement work.
What’s included in Clean Fanatics Tiles & Stone Replacement?
Tiles and stone replacement services encompass a comprehensive range of tasks and considerations aimed at rejuvenating the appearance, functionality, and safety of your surfaces. Here’s a breakdown of what’s typically included in these services:
Preparation:Clear the area or floor where tiles have to be replaced, like furniture, items if any. Remove the old tiles if applicable by breaking them up and removing the debris
Surface Inspection:Inspect the subfloor or wall to ensure it’s in good condition. Repair any cracks, unevenness, or damages before proceeding.
Measurement & Layout Plan:Measure the replacement area and plan the layout of the tiles to ensure a visibly pleasing arrangement. As per the layout plan, add the permissible waste to know the quantity of new tile.
Tile Installation:Our licenced expert will inform you about the safety & cleaning measures to be taken after anti-cockroach treatment, and they will inform you about cockroach prevention methods.
Apply adhesive: Spread tile adhesive on the subfloor or wall using a trowel.
Lay Tiles: Place the tiles on the adhesive, following the layout plan. Use spacers to maintain the uniform gap between tiles.
Allow to dry: Let the adhesive set according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Allow To Cure:After Installation allow to dry for 12 hours. As a general rule allow to cure for 48 hours min before proceeding to grout.
Grouting:Prepare the grout mixture according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. Spread the grout across the tiles, pressing it into the gaps. Clean or wipe off the excess grout from the tile surfaces with the damp sponge.
Cleanup:Clean the tiles and the surrounding area of any remaining grout or adhesive residue.
Assessment:Examine the piece to determine the type of stone, its size and how it is set. Ensure that the replacement stone matches the original in terms of size, shape, texture, and quality.
Stone Selection:Choose a replacement stone that closely matches the original stone.
Removal:Carefully remove the old or damaged stone. This is typically done by a skilled person to avoid the damage of the adjuvant stone.
Cleaning:Clean the setting and any remaining residue from the old stone to ensure a secure fit for the new stone
Cutting & Setting the New Stone:It may need to be cut to exact dimensions and shaped to fit the space properly. This is typically done using specialised stone-cutting tools.
Adhesive application:Apply an appropriate adhesive or cement mortar to the back of the replacement stone and the prepared surface
Installation:Carefully place the replacement stone in its designated spot, making sure it aligns with the adjacent stone.
Allow To Cure:Allow To Cure for dry completely for 12 hours. Curing should be done for min 48 hours before grouting
Grouting:Fill the gaps between the replacement stone and surrounding stones with grout that matches the colour of the stone.
Cleaning:Clean the surface of the stone and remove any excess adhesive or grout before it dries.
Final Inspection:Check the replaced stone to ensure it matches the surrounding stones and is properly installed.
When to Consider Tiles and Stone Replacement?
Damaged Floors and Walls:
Obvious signs of damage, such as cracks, chips, or stains on your floors or walls, indicate the need for renovation.
When your stone or tile surfaces no longer align with your design preferences or current interior trends, it might be time for an update.
Aesthetic updates can breathe new life into your home, creating a more visually appealing and enjoyable living space. Modernizing your surfaces can also enhance the overall ambiance of your home.
If you suspect that your stone or tile surfaces are causing or exacerbating structural issues in your home, such as uneven floors or walls, it’s essential to investigate further. Structural issues require immediate attention. Replacing damaged or poorly installed stone and tile can address the root cause and help restore the integrity of your property.
Efficiency and Functionality:
If your stone or tile surfaces are no longer serving their intended purpose efficiently, it’s time to assess their functionality. For surfaces like kitchen countertops or bathroom vanities, functionality is key. Replacing these areas can improve workspace efficiency, ease of use, and overall convenience.
Upcoming Lifestyle Changes:
Anticipating Changes: If you’re planning major lifestyle changes, such as expanding your family or accommodating aging family members, consider how your stone and tile surfaces can support these changes.
Reason for Replacement: Reconfiguring your living spaces or adding accessibility features may necessitate replacing certain surfaces to better suit your evolving needs.
Increasing Property Value:
If you’re looking to increase the value of your property for resale or investment purposes, replacing stone and tile surfaces can be a strategic upgrade.
High-quality, attractive stone and tile can enhance your home’s overall appeal, potentially leading to a higher resale value. Prospective buyers often appreciate well-maintained and modern surfaces.
If your current stone and tile surfaces require constant and labor-intensive maintenance, it may be time to explore more manageable options. Replacing surfaces with materials that are easier to clean and maintain can save you time and effort in the long run while still providing a beautiful and functional space.
Why Choose Tiles and Stones Replacement?
Durability and Longevity:
Stone and tile surfaces are often chosen for their durability, but over time, wear and tear can occur. Chips, cracks, and deterioration can compromise their longevity. Replacing stone and tile surfaces is essential when you seek to restore or enhance their durability and longevity. Upgraded materials, better installation methods, or improved maintenance practices can ensure that your surfaces remain resilient and functional for many years.
Aesthetic trends come and go, and what was fashionable in the past may no longer align with your current design preferences or contemporary design styles. To maintain timeless aesthetics, it’s important to replace stone and tile surfaces that have become outdated or closely associated with a particular era. Choosing classic designs and neutral color schemes can help your space remain stylish and adaptable to evolving design trends.
Some stone and tile materials, especially those with porous surfaces or light colors, can be prone to staining, require frequent sealing, or demand intensive cleaning efforts. Opting for low-maintenance stone and tile replacements can significantly reduce the time and effort spent on upkeep. Modern materials often come with features such as stain resistance and easy-to-clean surfaces, making them a practical choice for busy households.
Certain stone and tile options may limit your design possibilities due to their specific patterns, colors, or sizes. When seeking design versatility, replacing rigid or restricting surfaces can open up new creative opportunities. Choose materials that offer a wide range of options in terms of colors, patterns, and sizes, enabling you to adapt your space to your evolving design preferences.