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Acrylic Tub Rim after Re Caulking

Acrylic Plastic Tub After Recaulking

Caulking the seams in the bathroom is very important because, through poor-quality caulked seams, moisture spreads into and out of the tiles, and then, after a while, causes irreparable harm to the underneath surface, more...

White Glass Tub Top after Re Caulking

White Glass Bathtub Top After Recaulking

The gap between the wall and tub can be narrow or wide. If the gap is not too wide, it is better and easier to use acrylic caulk. Insert the tube into a caulk gun and gently, in one step, fill the gap along the entire more...

Dirty Crack on Caulk. Acrylic Bathtub

Acrylic Tub Crack Before Recaulking

There are a lot of seams in a bathroom, and all of them must be caulked immediately after the completion of the main works. Be sure to check each seam and do not forget to apply a special compound that will give water more...

Ceramic Tiles and Tub after Re caulking

Ceramic Tiles Square Tiles Tub After Re Caulking

Re-caulking is important in areas such as: Bathtubs tops Shower floors perimeters Shower thresholds and window sill Shower glass panels Around shower fixtures such as handles and faucets Around sinks and more...

Bathtub Faucets after Re Caulking

For the chromed faucets and white tiles would match the best a white or clear caulk. Nowadays there are many colors of caulk available, and in most cases for different colors can be found the appropriate caulk. As a more...

Re-Caulking or Re-Siliconing Service

Caulk or silicone often is used for preventing water from going into joints between: • Tub and walls • Tub and floors • Countertop and backsplash • Countertop and tiled wall • Sink and countertop • Toilet more...

Backsplash Caulk Removed and Ready for New Caulk Applying

Old caulk is removed with caulk removal knife, now is ready to apply new. more...

Epoxying Marble Vanity (Unique Service)

Sometime instead of a caulk, for the best color matching we can use a colored epoxy. This little tricky process and can be used on items with minimum movements, otherwise the epoxy will be cracked. more...

Seams btw. Vanity & Backsplash Re Epoxying

For an even and smooth caulk applying, the first we evenly put masking tape along the “empty” lines, after the applying caulk we remove the tape, leaving smooth and accurate lines. Sometime we do final more...

Stone-Glass Top before Perimeter Re Caulking

White Glass Bathtub Top Before Recaulking

The joint between tub top and wall tiles quite often becomes a problem when doing repairs in the bathroom. Even recently, it was necessary to decide what to install first – a tiles on wall or tub top, then seal more...

Bathroom Faucets Before Re Caulking with Old Silicone

The goal of a bathroom faucets caulking is not just aesthetic, but sealing the holes between wall and faucet cups and preventing a water splashes go behind a tiles and develop decay, bad smell and mold growing. more...

Tub and Ceramic Tiles after Re Siliconing

The tub walls were re caulked on its perimeter. It is essential do not scratch or chip a corners of ceramic tiles during the old caulk removal. more...

Old Caulk Removed on Backsplash

To remove old caulk we use a various knives, scrubbers, blades, brushes in some hard cases we can use a rotary tools or cut out dried caulk with handheld grinder and blade. more...

New Caulk on Corner of Countertop and Backsplash

In some cases to make sure the line will be even and neat, before applying a new caulk we are pre-taping the surfaces making the desirable outlines. more...

Marble Shower Floor with White Caulk on Perimeter

Marble Shower Floor White Caulk On Perimeter

For a shower floor area it will be best to use a silicone or silicone-acrylic compound intended for a wet rooms. It can be transparent, white or colored to your taste. The packaging material may be as tube (like more...

Marble Shower Floor Perimeter before Re Caulking

Marble Shower Floor Perimeter Before Re Caulking

If a gap to be sealed is not too wide in width, then the most optimal solution is caulking or siliconing. There are bathrooms special  sealants, what can be used in rooms with a high level of humidity. Here you have more...

Thick Caulk Line on Tub Gap Applied

Tub Thick Caulk Line Redone

Seams between bathtub and wall. These are main seams in the bathroom, which should be caulked to prevent water from soaking behind wall and avoid moisture accumulations. The poor re-caulking will be reflected not only more...

Thick Line on Tub ReCaulking

Thick Line Recaulking

Re caulking should be done on a dry, clean and degreased wall and bathtub surfaces. When re-caulking joints, it is necessary to begin by removing old sealant and mold. To do this, use a knife or spatula to remove more...

Bathtub Corner Before Thick Recaulking

Ceramic Square Tiles Bathtub Before Re Caulking

Almost every one of us knows how to work with caulk, so we will not waste time on the details, just remember that the seams should be clean, dry and free from soap and grease. Caulk should fill tightly into the seams. more...

Ceramic Tiles Re Caulking. Old Caulk Removed

Ceramic bathroom walls and tub re caulking. Old caulk between tiled wall and tub was removed for applying a new caulk. more...

Re-Caulked Bath Tub Top

A bath tub is the place what should be most clean and hygienic in your home. The re-caulking is the fastest and easiest way to make it look clean and neat. more...

Mildew on Tub Caulk Before Re-Caulking

A caulk on a tub is accumulating a water and it’s perfect environment for mildew appearing and growing. The best and only one solution is replace an old caulk with new one. A caulk cleaning can be useless and more...

Tiled Back Splash Re Caulking

As part of counter top restoration service, new white caulk was applied in the angle between counter surface and tiled back splash. more...

Tub and Mosaic Wall Before Recaulking

Often the re caulking is include not just old caulk removal, but old caulk excess removal plastered on surrounding surfaces. It can be not as easy as it looks if it was spreaded on grout or on mosaic tiles. more...

Re Caulked and Cleaned Acrylic Tub

Here are two colors of caulk was used. One on tub the second on mosaic wall corner. more...

Tub & Glass Tiles Re Caulking

We paid high attention to avoid scratching the glass tiles while removing old caulk, as the glass is not fixable and polishable  material. more...

New Caulk Between Tub and Glass Tiles

The white caulk is the best color-matching when applying on white tub. The clear caulk can look like “shady” and darker. more...

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  • We work with:

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  • Reviews:

    Lynn W. Avatar
    Lynn W.
    5 star rating

    Eugene blew us away with how fantastic our bathroom turned out. We recently moved into an apartment and were disappointed by how poorly the marble stone was kept. A friend recommended Eugene, he was very responsive and professional. You can tell he takes pride in his work. He spent two full days polishing, cleaning, caulking and grouting the entire bathroom and it looks like new. Before he left we asked for a proposal for the kitchen! I highly recommend him and would use him for every stone job we have moving forward.
    He is simply the best.

    Elle S. Avatar
    Elle S.
    5 star rating

    The first, I was impressed with how fast they got back to me after asking for a quote. Eugene was professional, fast, and keep his promises. He communicates well and it was very easy to work with him, and I was very pleased. It is very important to me that people who I work with is professional and trustworthy. I can see a long-term relationship with them and am very happy to find them. By the way I found them by looking for an answer on Houzz for my question about my furniture.

    Leonard K. Avatar
    Leonard K.
    5 star rating

    Eugene did right by us! Lowest estimate of several I received, but no corners cut. Very patient answering all my questions by email, super professional and respectful in my apartment, including thorough cleanup, and my counters look great!

    Shaun S Avatar
    Shaun S
    5 star rating

    Eugene was great. My contractor ruined our "travertine" floors. Our contractor used the wrong grout and my pale colored stone floors looked dirty. Eugene to the rescue! Eugene scrubbed, polished and regrouted the bathroom stone floor and it looks just the way it was meant to. Eugene told us that the stone was really limestone. He was quiet and went straight to work. I found him to be very respectful. He saw we had new flooring in the house and took off his shoes. Class act. We highly recommend Eugene. Now my family can finally move into our first home.

    Allison M Avatar
    Allison M.
    5 star rating

    Eugene absolutely saved the day for us, and we are so grateful. With only 3 days left to move out of our BK apt, our movers cracked a priceless family heirloom marble dresser top. We were devastated! A friend of mine who does object restoration for museums gave me ABC's website, and Eugene spent a day communicating with me, and came, to our home (in a mask) the very next day and restored our marble on location and in our tight time frame. When he was finished, it was stunning, and we are beyond grateful to him. I hope I never need his services again, but I strongly recommend him to others. At the end, he even helped us correctly package the marble for our move so we didn't need to have the movers risk harming the marble again. We are so grateful to him!

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