Tile Injection Services- Residential
The no-mess, no-fuss solution for drummy tiles
Do you have loose, drummy or tenting tiles?
No mess, excess dust or wastage
Ready to walk on in 2-4 hours
7 year guarantee
No need to leave your home
Do you have problems with drummy tiles? Tile Injection is the solution
Signs your floor tiles need to get fixed!
Barefoot Floors' Tile Injection System is the easiest and most effective solution to fix your loose, drummy tiles without having to rip up and replace your entire floor
How do we fix the problem?
Barefoot Floors' tile injection technology does not require you to rip up your tiles at all! A simple 'injection' using our exclusive tile restoration adhesive and your tiles will be re-bonded to the substrate, ready to walk on in just hours.
Barefoot Floors' expert team of tile injection specialists can assess your floor for damaged or 'de-laminated' tiles. These may not always be obvious to the untrained eye. If left untreated, these tiles will slowly but surely continue to come loose across your floor, causing more tenting, and more tiles to become hollow.
If left further still, these tiles can 'Explode' from the floor, due to a build up of pressure under the tiles. This pressure is what causes tiles to lift and de-laminate in the first place.
Once Barefoot Floors has a clear map of your affected tiles, our injection specialists can set about treating each tile. A simple, no mess procedure, tiles can be treated within minutes! Once the adhesive dries, the tile will re-bond for good.
This entire process can be complete with the need to rip up, cut, smash or replace any tiles in your floor area. You can even stay in your house while the procedure is completed!
This solution will not only save you time, and money, but will also provide you with peace of mind that your floor will no longer have issues with delaminated, loose tiles.
How does the process work?
This video shows the under tile adhesive making it's way underneath a drummy tile- the adhesive is pumped under at low pressure to re-bond the tile to the substrate.