All eyes may be on your tile, but the tile grout is what keeps your look together. Here you'll find the strongest, most impenetrable, and durable tile grout online, and available anywhere on the market. After all, what good is selecting the best tiles if you don't get the best grout? 

Grout is what sets your tiles, keeping them in place while also inhibiting moisture from seeping through the spaces between tiles, which can cause them to lift and shift. Translation: you have to grout your tiles!


That's the functional explanation of grout, but grout does play a part of the overall look of your tiles, too, which is why buying the best tile grout online is so crucial. Top-notch tile grout will provide an equally robust and smooth finish. What's more, it's available in an impressive range of colours to compliment your tile selection and existing decor scheme. We've thought of everything so you don't have to!

While our tile grout can be used for grouting stone, slate, granite, stone agglomerates, and most types of ceramic, ceramic mosaic, quarry, brick paver, porcelain, glass, and clay tiles, you may still have questions. We get it. If you’re at all unsure about which grout is the best pick for your space, budget, and project—or if you want some tips on how to grout tiles—contact our design experts. Available to you free of charge, these tile DIY pros can help you get the job done right. To learn more about grout, see our Grout 101 Guide. If you're unsure about how to clean and maintain your tiles and grout, visit our Grout Cleaning page.

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Grout is the filler between tiles which helps absorb any difference between tile sizes when laid close together. Most grouts are made from a powdered mix of cement, lime, colour pigment and sometimes sand that hardens when mixed with water and left to cure
The primary purpose of grout is to fill gaps between your tiles to create a seamless tile appearance, prevent moisture from seeping into the substrate, straighten tile lines, and keep tiles from cracking or rubbing against each other
To clean tile grout, make sure you clean regularly and thoroughly. It is best to use purpose made tile cleaning products, such as ourheavy-duty tile and grout cleaner.