Grout color sealing is a great way to update the appearance of your floors without demolition and replacement. It is amazing the difference in appearance when you change the color of the grout. Most of the time we will match the color of the grout to the color of the tile for a modern monolithic appearance. The Grout color sealer also seales the grout, so your floors will stay cleaner longer and are easier to clean.
This home in Sorrento shows the possibilities when you color seal the grout to match the tile, notice how the inlays or accents now “pop”. It also makes the room look larger, especially with the diagonal layout. Clean Image of Orlando uses 2-coats of color sealer, so don’t be afraid of sealing with light colors, maintenance will be easy.
The owners in this home in Winter Park had dark grout installed in this home, because they were worried about it becoming dirty. After a year they had a change in heart and called us to give the floor a zero grout line, or monolithic appearance. We made a custom color to match the tile; it makes the grout almost disappear!
This home in Lake Mary shows exactly how changing the grout color to match the surrounding ceramic looks. The main reason for increased use of large format tiles (16 inch- 24-inch) is to minimize the grout dominance. When the grout color is darker than the tile, your eyes our drawn to it and not the tile. See how much vivid the tile colors are after stain/ sealing to match?
A ceramic tile floor installation with dark tile key inserts looks lost with the dingy and inconsistent grout lines. After Clean Image of Orlando is finished your ceramic floors will glow with the vibrant color and consistent grout your family deserves. Here we color sealed all the grout with bone colorant so the keys become the primary focus, not the grout lines.
The Interior Designer of this custom home in Windermere did not like the color of grout installed. Having seen a house we completed 6 years ago, she loved the idea that we could change the color to blend with the tile color. This ceramic tile looks much like Sienna Gold Travertine, which is usually installed with zero grout lines.