Fix Cement Grouting Between Paving Bricks
At last, something that works
Flagstones and paving bricks are often grouted with cement grouting in South Africa. The sad reality is that cement grouting simply doesn’t work. Cement grouting expands and contracts at a different rate to the pavers due to temperature variations. This means that cement grouting always cracks and chunks eventually pop out. If you try to repair this with cement, it turns out to be even worse than before. The only way to repair existing cement grouting is with a resin-based paving mortar.
What needs to be done is to power wash and scrape 2-3cm of the old grouting out of the joints and then fill it with a strong, fit-for-purpose resin-based paving grouting material. ROMEX® D1 is strong and durable but most importantly, it is flexible, which means it expands and contracts with the paving blocks. Speak to us about fixing your failed cement grouting.
ROMEX® is regarded as one of the leading manufacturers of synthetic resin-based paving jointing mortars. ROMEX® is a family run, specialist business that has been in existence for more than 30 years. We place a high value on the highest quality. We don’t leave any client on their own – because our experience means your success!