Improperly installed products, poor ventilation, and improper cleaning and maintenance are the primary causes of unsightly mold in bathroom areas.
The caulk used in your bathroom and/or kitchen protects the wall behind it and the sub-floor below it from water damage.
It is a good practice to periodically replace old caulk and recaulk joints between tiles and your tub, shower, sink, or any place two planes of tile or two different construction products come together.
Cracked grout in a floor is more than unsightly. If not treated, it can cause damage to the floor's underlayment and possibly create the need for costly replacement of the entire floor.
The Grout Doctor can remove and replace the damaged grout. We can also replace cracked tiles if you have replacement tiles available. Your Grout Doctor will match the color as closely as possible.
Grout Doctor recommends cleaning and sealing after the repairs are made. In some cases, in order to ensure grout color consistency, we may recommend recoloring your grout after the repair.