Leaking Shower Repair
Tile Over Tile Options
Leaking Balcony Repair
Soap Dish Replacement
Shower Screen Cleaning
Fix Leaking Showers or Balconies Without Removing Tiles
Common Signs Of A Leaking Shower Or Balcony
Cracked or Missing Grout
Damp, Stained Carpets
Bubbling or Peeling Paint
Damage to Ceilings Below
Mould or Mildew Smells
Rusty Door Frames
Swelling Skirting Boards
Damage to Cabinets
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Our Simple Process
Obligation Free Consultation
A friendly AllSealedWA team member will personally meet with you at the property.
Diagnosis, Explanation & Written Quote
During your consultation the leaking shower or balcony will be diagnosed using an electronic water detector. This includes a full explanation and a written quote provided.
A fully trained AllSealedWA technician carries out the service using our exclusive range of products.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Throughout your AllSealedWA experience we are happy to answer any questions or queries that you may have. Here are just a few common questions.
Why does my shower leak?
A shower or balcony generally leaks due to the deterioration of grout or silicone. This is largely caused by the minor building movement or settling in the main perimeter joints of your shower recess or balcony area. The use of silicones or water based liquid penetrating sealers claim to solve the problem, they are mere ‘stop gap’ or short term fixes.
How long before I can use my shower again?
Upon completion of the AllSealedWA shower service, the recess can be used again after a short 24 hour period.
How long does the service take to be completed?
A standard shower service can be completed in approximately 3 hours. This time may slightly vary depending on the scope of works required.
How does my shower leak?
A shower or balcony leaks due to the penetration of water through the grout or silicone then passing beneath the surface of the tiles. This penetration subsequently is what causes the visible damage to the adjoining areas of your shower recess or balcony area. Otherwise known as ‘rising damp’. A leaking shower or balcony should not be left for a long period of time as this can cause costly structural damage.
Do I need to remove all the tiles in my shower?
No. In most cases tiles are not the cause of the leaking shower or balcony. The grout and silicone joints are. Therefore, AllSealedWA can skilfully remove the grout/silicone from the joints and replace using our exclusive AllGrout or AllFlex products.
What is your turn around time?
From acceptance of the quotation, AllSealedWA will aim to have a technician onsite within 3-4 working days at a mutually agreed day and time.
I phoned AllSealedWA and they came out to see my shower within 2 days. Jason was prompt, explained the problem to me clearly and demonstrated the solution very well. The work was carried out with care (they even laid a drop sheet) and I am very happy with the result. My shower looks fantastic! Connie, Parkwood WA
Jason was on time and gave me a detailed explanation as to the cause and what needed to be completed. Actually seeing a sample was fantastic. The service was done just before my new tenants moved in and the shower looks amazing. Finally a solution to my problem. Thank you AllSealedWA. Marian, Kardinya WA
I emailed AllSealedWA, the response was quick. They came out an explained my issue and how they were going to fix it. Jason was very informative. The tech who carried out the work was meticulous and completed a great service. I am very happy. I would highly recommended them to all! Mark, Willetton WA