By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: February 2010
Kent Kantor does one thing, and does it right – he makes old tile and grout look great again.
Who wouldn’t spend a little money to save – even make – a lot? That’s the way Kent Kantor looks at his service, Grout Care of Tulsa. “It’s all about value, and how much you can get for your money. I can show you an inexpensive way to actually increase the value of your home,” he says.
It just makes good cents, or sense. Kent makes tile and grout look good again. Quite often, it almost looks new. He uses the special Grout Care process to clean, seal, stain or regrout, if necessary.
“If you call some tile stores,” Kent explains, “they’ll tell you to rip it up and start over. They want to sell tile. But I want to do what’s best for my customers to save them money. I can cure whatever ails tile and grout for a fraction of the cost of replacement.”
Good grout cleaning is no easy task. Most grout surfaces have not been sealed properly. Over the years, this creates a sponge effect for oil, food and beverage spills, and even dirty mop water, which can all result in permanent staining. Bristle brushes and multi-purpose cleaners just can’t touch it.
Grout Care of Tulsa provides the tools, products and skill to cost effectively handle the problem. Their unique process deep cleans and then creates a long-lasting layer of protection that prevents dirt and spills from being absorbed by the grout. A damp sponge keeps it looking good for a long time. Your floor literally gets a second life for surprisingly little money.
Many area houses have tile that is still in good shape, but with an outdated color of grout that has no appeal to home buyers. With the help of Grout Care of Tulsa, changing the color to update the floors is quick and inexpensive. Most jobs can be completed in one day. And Kent stands behind all his work, whether it’s at a two-year-old house or a 100-year-old house. He has been pleasing customers for 12 years.
Fixing shower and bath problems is another Grout Care specialty. Worn caulking or cracked tiles produce an incubator for mold. Often the problem does not come to light until a home inspection for prospective buyers. If a shower area isn’t water tight, Kent can make it so.
Whether you want to simply maintain your home for your own enjoyment, create greater appeal if you’re selling, or get an inexpensive fix-up if you’re buying, Grout Care of Tulsa can help. Give Kent a call any time to discuss your needs. Ask as many questions as you’d like. In-home estimates take about 15 minutes, and they’re free of charge. See how quickly you can turn your cents into dollars by calling Grout Care of Tulsa at (918) 748-3030.
Deanna Rebro has worked in the publishing industry 30+ years, including eight years writing for Value News. She has also worked in real estate for the past six years. Deanna graduated from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio with a B.A. in Journalism. Outside of work, she serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors for Pet Adoption League. “Every story I write is a learning experience,” she said.