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Recent Regrouting reviews

"Excellent service. Very professional. On time completion and job completed to a high standard. "

I need regrouting

£50

"Great work! "

Re-Grout Front Step

£40

"The task was done in the allotted time and we discussed all the options. Communication could be better, Genovaite was 2.5hr late, which was frustrating and had knock-on effects. although when he was here he got the job done satisfactorily. "

Re-grout shower, adjust tiles, touch up paint

£85

"Noureldin was a lifesaver - he did the job quickly and cleanly and even fixed up our sink! Highly recommended"

Regrout floortiles + silicon around bathtub

£150

"Taj was very helpful and went above and beyond to ensure I was satisfied. "

Re-grout tiles.

£65

"Andy did a fantastic job. Such a nice company and genuinely want to help and give great advice. Would highly recommend for interior and exterior work (hired him multiple times)."

Re-Grout 2 Bathroom Floors +Silicon Around 2 Baths

£110

What's the average cost of a Regrouter

£100 - £200

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£100

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£150

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£200

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Why book a regrouting service through Airtasker?

On Airtasker, you'll find plenty of regrouting specialists who can help spruce up your tiled surface. Whether it is in your home kitchen, office pantry or commercial bathroom, they know the best way to deal with discoloured grout and give your tiles a new lease of life. You won't even have to splurge on costly renovations!

More than just holding the tiles in place, grout improves the overall look of your walls or floors. Unfortunately, years after use, they can become grimy and dirty, and something you never want your guests to see. Regrouting is an easy and quick fix, but if you don't have the time or skills to do it yourself, we can connect you with a tile grout expert who can get the job done right away.

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Top Regrouting related questions

Regrouting is only necessary if there's an issue with your current tile grout. Even with regular cleaning, grout can deteriorate over time, especially if it's continuously exposed to water and moisture. It is vital to repair and replace old and cracked grout right away. If left damaged, it opens an opportunity for the water to seep in and compromise the wall or floor underneath, leading to an even more expensive repair.

Yes, you can. Some essential tools and equipment include a trowel or grout spreader, scraper, tile sponge and cloth, and finishing tools. Since the job can be very messy and dusty, it is best to have safety goggles and masks around as well. You can also request your regrouting expert to drop by the nearest store for any additional supplies, including your grout powder if you do not have them on hand yet.

It should not take too long to regrout tiles. Most of the time, kitchen or shower grout repair takes at least two hours, and another hour to reapply a new one. Expect longer hours of application if you need to regrout larger areas or smaller tiles. The curing time, however, might take a day or two, depending on the type of grout used. Feel free to directly ask your Tasker for a more accurate estimation of the time frame.

No. Regrouting is not a band-aid solution, so you should never apply a new formulation on top of a damaged grout. The new grout will not adhere to the tile edges, resulting in early cracking and deterioration. It will also bring you back to square one, which is a complete waste of time and money. Since you are not getting rid of the stained and discoloured grout, it will still appear underneath and compromise the look of the entire surface.

Regrouting improves the look of grungy tiles instantly without the expense of a tile replacement. So if your tiles still look good and sturdy, it is more practical to regrout them since it will give you the same effect of a beautiful and clean tile surface. If the tiles are already cracked and beyond repairable, or if the panels are already loose or rotten due to old age, a replacement is often more prioritised.

Yes, but with a few limitations. To maximise the benefits of your waterproof membranes, you need to install them across the whole bathroom wall or floor sheet. Waterproofing wetrooms with existing tiles leave a few gaps that will still allow water to penetrate and reach your building face. Whether it’s for new construction or renovation, you can also find an expert waterproofer who can help through our platform.

Regrouting is only necessary if there's an issue with your current tile grout. Even with regular cleaning, grout can deteriorate over time, especially if it's continuously exposed to water and moisture. It is vital to repair and replace old and cracked grout right away. If left damaged, it opens an opportunity for the water to seep in and compromise the wall or floor underneath, leading to an even more expensive repair.

It should not take too long to regrout tiles. Most of the time, kitchen or shower grout repair takes at least two hours, and another hour to reapply a new one. Expect longer hours of application if you need to regrout larger areas or smaller tiles. The curing time, however, might take a day or two, depending on the type of grout used. Feel free to directly ask your Tasker for a more accurate estimation of the time frame.

Regrouting improves the look of grungy tiles instantly without the expense of a tile replacement. So if your tiles still look good and sturdy, it is more practical to regrout them since it will give you the same effect of a beautiful and clean tile surface. If the tiles are already cracked and beyond repairable, or if the panels are already loose or rotten due to old age, a replacement is often more prioritised.

Yes, you can. Some essential tools and equipment include a trowel or grout spreader, scraper, tile sponge and cloth, and finishing tools. Since the job can be very messy and dusty, it is best to have safety goggles and masks around as well. You can also request your regrouting expert to drop by the nearest store for any additional supplies, including your grout powder if you do not have them on hand yet.

No. Regrouting is not a band-aid solution, so you should never apply a new formulation on top of a damaged grout. The new grout will not adhere to the tile edges, resulting in early cracking and deterioration. It will also bring you back to square one, which is a complete waste of time and money. Since you are not getting rid of the stained and discoloured grout, it will still appear underneath and compromise the look of the entire surface.

Yes, but with a few limitations. To maximise the benefits of your waterproof membranes, you need to install them across the whole bathroom wall or floor sheet. Waterproofing wetrooms with existing tiles leave a few gaps that will still allow water to penetrate and reach your building face. Whether it’s for new construction or renovation, you can also find an expert waterproofer who can help through our platform.

What do regrouting services include?

Regrouting services cover everything–from old grout removal to grout replacement, as well as cleaning and finishing touches. Regrouting specialists repair and seal damaged tiles in your bathroom, kitchen, as well as living rooms if needed. That way, dirt and grime won't penetrate and eat away the mortar or adhesive, extending the life of your tiles.

In case you're also planning to renovate your bathroom, or in the process of upgrading your kitchen, Taskers can also lend a hand. Apart from grout repair, they can assist in painting the room as well, or installing new furniture.

Old grout removal

Removing old grout is the trickiest part of the entire regrouting process. Without proper training, you could end up cracking the tiles or drilling down the wrong wall, which could result in an even more costly repair. With the help of an expert, you won't have to worry about possible damages.

Usually, they start by making a centre incision. Then, they hand-scrape the old grout using a grout remover or grout rake. If possible, they may also utilise an oscillating multi-tool or an electric grout remover to make things considerably quicker and easier. After effectively removing the old grout, they scrub away the stubborn chunks and finally clean the tile surface using a sponge or damp cloth.

Regrouting tiles

The type of grout to be used depends on your needs and preference. You may opt for the standard one, although you can also explore a different colour. From there, your Tasker applies and pushes your chosen grout into the lines, with a grout float, spreader, or a bucket trowel. 

Mostly, the application follows a certain angle or pattern, but this process still rests on your Tasker's techniques and strategies. They reapply all excess grouts into other joints to minimise overall waste.

Final touches

Once the joints and gaps are filled, your regrouting specialist wipes the surface down with a damp sponge to remove grout dust. After the grout has dried and set in place, they finish off by polishing and buffing the face of the tiles with a clean, dry cloth. If you want to give your bathroom or kitchen a makeover without replacing any tiles, you can also get an expert interior painter to assist. Depending on your needs, they can either lighten or darken your tiles using an appropriate paint solution.

After the whole regrouting process, you will notice a lot of excess grout and dust on the floor. At times, they even linger on the window glass, kitchen countertops, or other surfaces. Through our platform, you can also find someone who can clean your area and get rid of all the waste and regrouting residue for you. Upon request, they can do some light vacuuming and wiping to eliminate any unsightly spots and stains.

Recent Regrouting tasks

Re-grout a broken bathroom floor tile

£75

Brondesbury, Greater London

19th Jun 2022

I have one broken porcelain bathroom floor tile. There is a chip and a few cracks. I would like it re grouted in a pale grey grout and the chip filled with something resinous possibly. I'm not sure of the correct material to fill in a small missing piece of porcelain tile ... - Due date: Needs to be done on Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Re-grout bathroom floor tiles and shower ones.

£100

Parsons Green, Greater London, SW6

15th Jun 2022

Re grout bathroom floor and shower tiles. One bathroom floor tile needs relaying as it has completely lifted. - Due date: Needs to be done on Thursday, 16 June 2022

Brilliant. So helpful and went out of his way to make sure the job was finished to a high standard.

Regrout my bathroom

£150

Clapham Junction, Greater London, SW11

7th Jun 2022

My bathroom floor (1.4m X 1.3m) requires old grout removing and laying of new grout. I have already purchased the grout. - Due date: Flexible

Regrout 12 sq m bathroom walls

£300

Bromley, Greater London, BR1

19th May 2022

regrouting bathroom walls 12 sq m - Due date: Flexible

Regrouting shower tiles and bath sealant

£60

Unity Place, Greater London

3rd May 2022

Shower Grouting is chipped, stained and needs removal and reapplication. Sealant is stained (mouldy needs striping and removal. - Due date: Flexible

Re-grouting bathroom tiles and painting

£150

Parsons Green, Greater London, SW6

23rd Apr 2022

After water damage the shower tiles and bathroom floor tiles need re-grouting. One floor tile has completely lifted so would need to be put down again. The room below has some dried out water marks that need painting over too. - Due date: Flexible

ReGroute kitchen floor tiles, fix a cupboard drawe

£250

Harlesden, Greater London, NW10

19th Jun 2022

ReGroute kitchen floor tiles Replace 2x kitchen cupboard doors Fix one drawer Tighten other cupboards Replace plynth - Due date: Flexible

New vanity unit to be installed and 20 tiles re-grouted

£150

Black Rock, East Sussex

14th Jun 2022

New vanity unit to be hung on wall and plumbed in exactly same position as old unit which needs to be removd. 20 tiles round base of shower needs re-grouting - Due date: Flexible

A wet room regrouted. Old grout to be removed.

£250

Colden Common, Hampshire

5th Jun 2022

Wetroom old floor grouting in ceramic tiles to be removed and then regrouted - Due date: Flexible

Bathroom regrouting, painting

£400

North Reddish, Greater Manchester

18th May 2022

I have two bathrooms which need touching up, sealant replaced, regrouting, repainting and some mould treatment. . - Due date: Flexible

Regrouting shower

£60

High Knightswood, City of Glasgow

30th Apr 2022

Some of shower tlies need regrouting - Due date: Flexible

Pop up plug is jammed in sink and bathroom skirting board regrouting

£100

Greenwich, Greater London, SE10

20th Apr 2022

Pop up plug is jammed in sink and needs to be pulled out (and maybe replaced). Flat has settled so skirting board has pulled away from bathroom floor and needs regrouting. - Due date: Needs to be done on Thursday, 21 April 2022

Handyman repairs to tables, re-grouting sinks, touch-up painting

£200

Pimlico, Greater London, SW1V

20th Jun 2022

repair some table fixings (screws), re-grout bathroom sinks, touch up scuff marks on walls - white paint. - Due date: Flexible

Re-grouting the seal around my bathtub

£50

Stockwell, Greater London

16th Jun 2022

The seal between my bathtub and the wall has grown mouldy and I need it replaced with a new, waterproof seal. Happy to provide materials if you tell us what we need (or pay extra if you bring everything) - Due date: Needs to be done on Saturday, 18 June 2022

Super-polite and communicated really well with me to organise the task

Re-grouting the tiles on my bathroom floor

£50

Catford, Greater London, SE6

12th Jun 2022

Hello, Looking for someone to re-grout the tiles on my bathroom floor. Some of the original grouting has some away, needs a refresh. - Due date: Flexible

Bathroom shower regrouting and sealing

£300

Oatlands Park, Surrey

31st May 2022

Shower wall tiles need regrouted. - Due date: Flexible

Very good quality work done efficiently

Regrouting bathroom tiles around bath

£100

Furzedown, Greater London, SW17

9th May 2022

Tiles are grubby and there is some mould behind the taps. Needs regrouting around the bath. Area is about 2mx2m - Due date: Flexible

Regrout bathroom floor tiles and reseal bath

£40

Hillingdon, Greater London, UB10

23rd Apr 2022

The grout in our bathroom floor has brokern and needs fixing. Ideally we would like the floor regrouted. We also need the sealant removed and replaced around the bath. - Due date: Flexible

1 sq mtr 150x150 quaries to frnt dorsteps regrout remaining oldtiles

£200

Fulham, Greater London, SW6

14th Apr 2022

Take up cracked and damaged tiles (about 1 square meter) Lay about 1 sq. metre of new 150mm X 150mm matt black quarry tiles to match with jointing/spacing of existing/remaining tiles and re-grout remaining 3 steps of tiles, where necessary. Bullnose tiles to edge where pavement passes. (Requires tiles cutting on either side). Tiles supplied by householder. Still looking for tiles to match! Bullnose a problem!? - Due date: Flexible