Shower Resealing Perth

If you’ve found yourself with a leaking shower, chances are your shower isn’t sealed correctly.

While a little damp may seem insignificant in the short term, you may find yourself with expensive water damage and hard-to-remove mould if left untreated.

The good news is that a shower leak doesn’t have to ruin your day. If diagnosed early, resealing and regrouting are highly effective in protecting your bathroom and home from major issues.

As Perth’s premium shower re-sealing experts, our goal at Shower Solutions is to provide complete peace of mind. That’s why we’ve designed our process to ensure every shower repair job is completed quickly, accurately, and with superb attention to detail—so you get the best service possible at extremely competitive rates.

All of our shower repairs and resealing jobs start with a free on-site inspection, allowing us to diagnose the cause of your shower leak properly. From there, our team can get to work, providing the best shower repairs Perth offers with minimal disturbance to your day.

For a free, upfront quote, contact Shower Solutions Perth today!

Highly Experienced Shower Re-Sealing Professionals

Shower Solutions has been resealing showers for satisfied Perth customers for over 15 years.

Through our industry experience and state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, we pride ourselves on our ability to fix your leaky shower without removing a single tile!

Our team’s relentless dedication to successfully repairing leaking showers is guided by our goal of never having to return to the same property twice—because your new seal should be long-lasting!

We constantly invest our time researching and looking for advancement within the Perth Shower Repairs Industry regarding techniques, equipment and product improvements.

That’s why Shower Solutions is the preferred choice for home and property owners across Perth when it comes to repairing leaking showers.

Benefits of Re-sealing a Shower

Shower Becomes More Water Resistant

Shower waterproofing is critical to keeping your bathroom free from damp areas.

Due to high usage, however, wear and tear can quickly take its toll on your bathroom. If your grout and shower seals aren’t adequately cared for, your shower will lose its ability to resist water—and that’s not good for any recent bathroom renovation!

One of the most effective sealing and waterproofing solutions is shower regrouting, which makes your bathroom less susceptible to water damage.

Our team at Shower Solutions can identify areas in your shower that might need regrouting before making your bathroom look as good as new while protecting your home!

Eliminates Mould And Mildew

Mould and mildew grow on warm and damp surfaces, making your shower and bathroom the perfect breeding ground.

Exposure to dampness and mould can cause many health effects, especially if you or your family are sensitive to mould. These symptoms include coughing, wheezing, a stuffy nose, and itchy eyes or skin. Not nice.

Aside from regularly cleaning your shower and ensuring quality airflow in your bathroom, a way to prevent mould and mildew is to reseal your shower. After all, if water can’t escape, it can’t cause lasting damp and water damage, leading to mould and mildew.

Frequently Asked Questions About Shower Resealing

The cost of shower resealing in Perth varies depending on the company you hire and the extent of the required leaking shower repairs.

At Shower Solutions, we pride ourselves on offering transparent, obligation-free quotes upfront before any work begins. Our goal is to provide an excellent service for a cost-effective, reasonable price, putting your leaky shower problems to bed—without breaking the bank.

While the cost of leaking shower repairs varies from company to company, our professional attitude ensures our residential customers receive the highest quality workmanship, materials, and customer service.

As a quick warning, if you’re shopping around for quotes and the price seems too good to be true, it probably is. Many firms in the shower repairs industry here in Western Australia offer inferior service and hidden extras when sealing leaking showers.

To remove the old sealant from your leaking shower, you’ll need a few things: a silicone softening agent (e.g. vinegar, WD40, or alcohol), a sharp blade (e.g. a knife), and a cleaning solution.

Start by softening all silicon areas by applying the softening agent, then wait a few hours for it to work its magic.

Once the silicone is soft, scrape it away using the blade—but be careful not to press too hard, or you may damage your bathroom tiles, shower walls, grout joints, or surrounding shower area.

If residue (grime, dirt, adhesive material) is left when you’ve finished scraping the silicone, use your blade to remove it. This ensures you have a nice clean, even surface to apply the new sealant.

Once all residue is gone, clean the area with your cleaning solution, and you’re ready to reseal your leaking shower.

In most cases, we can reseal leaking showers in just a couple of hours.

What’s more, we always stock our vans with all the tools we need—so no leaving the job halfway through because we forgot something.

We should also mention that some sealants require longer to dry than others, and silicon can take 24 hours to cure, which can be exposed to water. So, while the work itself of sealing your leaking shower only takes a couple of hours, you may need to wait a little longer before your shower repair is fully complete.

Leaking shower repairs are a standard maintenance job for homeowners, and it’s simply because your shower tiles are constantly getting wet and then dry again. This causes the wall grout to crack and go mouldy, which is when you need to reseal or re-grout your leaky shower.

The danger of putting off that shower regrouting job is that leaking showers can lead to expensive water damage and hard-to-remove mould.

Some companies recommend you re-grout or reseal your shower (e.g. your leaking shower recess) at least once a year. However, at Shower Solutions, we believe your shower repair schedule should depend on how much each bathroom is used. For example, your main family bathroom may warrant shower repair sealing every six months to a year, while the guest bathroom can probably be resealed every two years.

When repairing showers, create a regular maintenance schedule and stick to it. And if you don’t want to do it yourself, contact your trusted local shower repairs company, like Shower Solutions, who are always happy to repair leaking showers.