Bathroom  Remodel

Whether its to get rid of that old wallpaper or to clean up stains and mold that has been slowly been slowly building up for years, we understand that a bathroom remodel can be a chore. That's why we have this simple three-step process to add a layer of resistance to your newly remodeled bathroom keeping it protected against mold and mildew for years to come. 

1. Tear Down

The first step to any remodel is to get rid of the old. While this can be fun, it is important to do it right in order to avoid needing another remodel in 12 months. We recommend a good crowbar and hammer as well as a bottle of bleach. Once you have cleared out all of the old spraying bleach onto all surfaces where mold has occurred in the past or may come up in the future will kill all existing growth. Be sure to follow proper safety procedures. Allow the bleach to dry before proceeding to apply any new material. 

2. Mix In

Pro-Guard products are great for protecting bathrooms against mold and mildew growth. Once you've picked just the right color for your new bathroom, mix one bottle of Paint-Guard into the paint using a stir stick. If you are applying a new tile surface, be sure to use Grout-Guard to protect important surfaces from harmful growth. After the Paint-Guard and Grout-Gaurd have been mixed in the rest is simple. Just apply the paint and grout according to the manufacturer's instructions. 

3. Clean-Up

The first step to any remodel is to get rid of the old. While this can be fun, it is important to do it right in order to avoid needing another remodel in 12 months. We recommend a good crowbar and hammer as well as a bottle of bleach. Once you have cleared out all of the old spraying bleach onto all surfaces where mold has occurred in the past or may come up in the future will kill all existing growth. Be sure to follow proper safety procedures. Allow the bleach to dry before proceeding to apply any new material.