Silicon removal and installation

Silicon has a vital role in maintaining your tile, grout and stone. Silicon is a waterproofing around bath, shower, wash basins, vanity, kitchen sinks, benchtops and splashbacks. It also is an expansion joint to allow movement on the parameters of tiled floors and walls.

Contact Our Sales Team Steve 021665713 or Donovan 021792498 or Niki 021792486

            

Lustre utilises professional silicon products designed for varied applications including interior and exterior tiled areas, ceramic tiles, porcelain tiles, granite, marble, swimming pools and deck tiles.

The art of professionally installing silicon, caulking, or expansion joints is in utilising the correct silicon for the correct application and applying them with care and attention to detail using specialized silicon applicators which gives your silicon a better, longer lasting seal.

                          

When silicon fails, water can enter cabinetry, walls, and floors and cause huge amount of damage. Swollen timber and cabinetry can crack a benchtop.

There are a number of reasons why silicon fails - old age, chemical damage, or incorrect silicon for the type of application.
Lustre can remove the old silicon and install new silicon.

Silicon comes in a 61 different colours and textures to match to your grout and add to the aesthetic features and design of your particular room. 

The silicon that Lustre utilises is UV stable, mould resistance, chemical and chlorine resistant.

We are often called to rectify marble tiles where “tilers” have damaged the stone by utilizing incorrect silicon and cleaning chemicals. All is not lost! Lustre marble restoration service can repair the damage and restore the marble to its former glory or better.

For more information about this service please contact us to make a no obligation appointment with a Lustre representative. To ensure the best possible standard of customer satisfaction and communication our specialists meet personally on site with every client to formally assess their needs in the first instance and develop an itemized proposal and quotation detailing the recommended procedure.