Congratulations to Nicola & her family from Currambine for winning a Free Thermomix from ePoxy Grout Worx!
To go into the draw simply visit our Facebook post at https://www.facebook.com/epoxygroutworx/ and scroll down to our first post –
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Terms & Conditions –
- Entries close at 8pm on Sunday May 31st 2020.
- The winner will be drawn at random at 10am on Monday June 1st 2020.
- The winner will be notified by Facebook message and must respond within 7 days to claim the prize.
- The competition is open to residents of Perth (West of Mundaring, North of Cockburn Central and South of Two Rocks).
- Delivery of the prize is included.
- This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.
Keep your eyes peeled for our next competition & giveaway…!
Standard or ePoxy Grout?
Standard grout, which is found within most homes in WA, can be porous and brittle, allowing it to absorb moisture and crack. For this reason, many local regrouting companies will only offer a 2 to 5-year product warranty.
Standard grout is typically a blend of cement, water, and sand, which means it’s a porous material. It’s available in sanded or unsanded form. The sanded version is typically used for wider tile gaps, while the unsanded version is used for tiles that are placed closer together. Standard grout is cheap; however, it requires more maintenance than ePoxy grout, and being porous, it can stain and harbour bacteria. Therefore, you need to seal it regularly to keep it looking fresh.
ePoxy grout, as the name suggests, is made of epoxy resin and hardening agents. It’s a non-porous material with superior water resistance, which makes it ideal for bathrooms and other moisture-prone areas. ePoxy Grout doesn’t need sealing as it’s stain-resistant, doesn’t harbour bacteria, and is easy to clean. It’s also more durable than standard grout and can withstand heavy traffic, making it an excellent choice for commercial bathrooms.
ePoxy grout from Mapei is a two-component acid-resistant grout that is far superior to standard grout. Here are some additional benefits of ePoxy, if you are deciding whether to use standard or ePoxy grout –
Waterproof & Resistant
This exceptional grout is 100% waterproof and resistant to stains and chemicals.
Huge Colour Range
ePoxy Grout is available in over 25 different colours, from caramel to turquoise.
With outstanding bonding qualities, it is effective in indoor and outdoor areas.
Regrouting services from ePoxy Grout Worx Pty Ltd are accompanied by a 25-year product warranty.
Why Choose ePoxy Grout Worx Pty Ltd in Perth?
Choosing between standard grout and ePoxy grout depends on your budget, maintenance preference, and whether you’re looking for a long-lasting solution. If you’re looking for a durable, low-maintenance, and highly waterproof option, ePoxy grout is your best bet.
ePoxy Grout Worx Pty Ltd are specialists at removing your old faulty grout and replacing it with tough and durable Mapei ePoxy grout.
As certified installers of Mapei ePoxy Grout, we can offer peace of mind that your project will be completed at a high standard using certified products that will last long and look amazing.
With over 15 years of experience, our business owner Marc, has regrouted countless showers and bathrooms throughout Perth.
So, why not choose ePoxy Grout Worx Pty Ltd? We offer free quotes throughout the Perth metro area. Contact Marc today on 0437 523 297.
Marc has undergone a training program with Mapei to become certified as an official installer of Kerapoxy and Kerapoxy Design. This provides our customers with peace of mind that they are dealing with a trained professional.
Mapei Kerapoxy is far superior to the standard grout which is used by other regrouting companies in Perth. Learn more about this incredible product here.
At ePoxy Grout Worx Pty Ltd, we use modern leak detection equipment which can detect residual water or moisture within surfaces such as walls, bricks, timber and tiles.
The moisture meter allows us to detect leaks that are not visible to the naked eye, so we can identify and repair leaks before they cause major damage.