Caulking and Grouting
Caulk and grout are there to prevent water from getting into places it doesn't belong. Properly maintaining the caulk and grout in your bathroom and kitchen will save you money in the long run.
Even a small issue with your caulk or grout can allow a great deal of water damage that you might not be able to see, but will cost you big bucks later. Here are some things to look out for with your caulking or grouting
- Discoloration in the grout lines and caulk – this may indicate water damage and mildew
- Cracking or peeling grout – even the tiniest of cracks can allow a lot of water to get into your walls
- Missing grout or caulk – if the grout or caulk is missing entirely, you should get it taken care of right away
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