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Hiring a tradesman for sealing or re-grouting
Finding a tradesman for your sealing or re-grouting job may seem like it would be tedious task. Thankfully it is much easier through Plentific: the Plentific website offers a service that can quickly generate a bespoke list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer the services you need. You will also be able to compare your options quickly with convenient access to reviews for each of them. With access to information for over 75,000 specialists and tradesmen across the UK, Plentific is here to help you find your ideal hires whatever your job may be.
What do you need to know about sealing or re-grouting
With sealing or re-grouting jobs it is simple to get a free quote over the phone. Tradesmen and companies will usually charge based on the size of the area that needs treating, such as around a unit or a certain sized room. Regrouting a fully tiled bathroom, for example, may cost around £160, while just re-sealing around a shower/ bath may be closer to £35. With this in mind it is important to ask around and gather several quotes to compare. You should also take the time to ask each of your potential tradesmen what materials they use when discussing price. You will want their sealant brand to be strong and reliable; paying less for a poorly job done with shoddy materials will just mean having to pay for sealing or re-grouting again much sooner down the line.
Remember to check that your tradesman has the right qualifications and experience for the job. A professional should be able to readily provide this information, in addition to reviews from their previous clientele. You may also want to make sure that they are covered against accidental damage and liabilities. This might seem unnecessary for a job like this, but it never hurts to be careful, and if a business is operating without the proper insurance for its employees it may be one to avoid anyway.