Leaks can occur in many areas. Several examples are in older homes where shower tiles were installed directly on top of drywall. Additionally, water can penetrate shower thresholds/step-ins, over and around rubber liners, cracked wall-to-floor seams & walls.
- Shower walls
- Shower floors
- Wall-to-floor joints
- Shower thresholds/step-ins
- Repair/replace old, damaged sheetrock/backerboard
- Shower glass surrounds
- Bathtub chalking
- Tile, grout & backerboard damaged by plumbing repairs, removed/replaced
We inspect all areas of showers and tubs where leaks can appear, including bathroom walls, floors & sub-floors. We also look for loose, cracked and/or dislodged tile and grout. We then repair as needed. We also remove glass shower surrounds.
Note: Keeping your shower drain clean and free-flowing is extremely important. Standing water will eventually penetrate floor grout & seams.