Whether it's the perfect finish for your kitchen floor or you absolutely can't finish your bathroom remodeling project without it, tile makes a beautiful, durable and versatile covering for floors and walls throughout an entire house, and is widely used in commercial spaces as well. But when it has suffered deterioration and needs Dallas tile repair or a complete replacement, it's not looking its best—and it's also not doing its job to protect your house against problems such as water damage.
Don't let your old, damaged tile lower the appeal of your home or leave it vulnerable to further damage when you could simply call your local, qualified handyman for expert Dallas tile repair and replacement services.
Here are some of the ways we address common tile repair issues:
Small spots of surface damage such as hairline cracks, chips or worn, dirty grout are unattractive, but may not seem like such a big deal. Because those smaller issues can worsen into major problems or create an uneven tripping hazard, it's best to have them taken care of with tile repair. Dallas, TX professionals at Mr. Handyman take care of this kind of damage by applying epoxy to the damage and concealing it with paint, then sealing it to protect the paint and prevent water incursion.
Loose or Broken Pieces
If a single piece (or a couple of pieces) have come loose from their mortar bed, our Dallas tile repair experts can solve that problem by simply removing the old mortar and grout with a carbide-tipped scoring tool and re-laying the tile back in place, then re-grouting it—no need to disturb other pieces that are still firmly attached to the subfloor or backer board. If the piece in question is smashed, we'll need a new replacement tile to put in.
Complete Tile Replacement
Sometimes Dallas tile repair strategies just aren't sufficient to address widespread damage. Or, it may be that a few pieces need to be replaced and there are no matching units available. In those cases, you'll get the best results with a full replacement. We will remove the old installation, address any issues with the underlayment, and install a complete new floor or wall to create a smooth, even, appealing surface that your entire household can enjoy.