Your Marble Like New Again
Marble that has become dull and damaged will need professional services to restore and maintain its elegant luster. A reputable marble restoration and repair contractor will know what it takes to make your marble surfaces look sensational. Dirty or dull-looking, marble, as well as marble that is scratched, etched, cracked, chipped, or otherwise damaged, rarely needs to be replaced. Professional cleaning, polishing, restoration and protection services can do wonders for your marble.
A highly qualified marble restoration and repair contractor will provide complete marble floor and surface care and professional maintenance services for commercial and residential properties, including both interior and exterior marble surfaces. Marble countertops, walls, or other marble surfaces can be restored to like new. Keep reading to learn more about how we can meet your needs.
Is your marble floor too dull or too shiny? If you have a new floor with some tiles that look more glossy than others – let us even out the finish for you. A Certified SurpHaces PRO Partner can deliver a beautifully restored gloss, semi-gloss or matte marble finish.
Does your marble floor have dull areas associated with wear patterns, scratches, etches or spots? a PRO can hone your marble surfaces to eliminate these imperfections, resulting in a new marble surface free of damage. With PRO marble honing services, expert technicians can achieve a honed or soft matte finish that is warm, inviting, and velvety smooth.
An uneven finish, dull spots or etches can diminish the elegant appearance of your marble floors and surfaces. A stone restoration contractor can polish your marble using the appropriate diamond-infused pads or polishing powders to restore the finish you want, whether matte, semi-gloss or gloss finish. With professional marble polishing services, expert technicians can achieve the exact finish you are looking for.
Grinding and Lippage Removal
Are your marble tiles uneven? Do you want your tile floor flattened to the grout lines to facilitate easier cleaning? A stone restoration contractor can grind away the excess stone (a process called lippage removal) to create a flat, level surface using state-of-the art diamond grinding technology. Once ground to the level and shape desired, the marble is honed and polished to the finish you want.
Repair and Tile Replacement
Do you have chipped marble tiles? Are there cracks in your floor? What about broken marble tiles? Before you replace your marble, consider having a Certified SurpHaces PRO Partner provide expert marble repair services. A PRO can fill holes in marble, fix marble cracks and chips, blending the repair site with the surrounding area, and honing and polishing it to match the finish on the rest of your marble floor, countertop or other stone surface.
Although it is rare for a marble tile to be beyond repair, sometimes tile replacement is necessary. A skilled craftsman can, in many cases, remove your affected tile without damaging neighboring tiles, reinstall the new tile, level the installed tile with the surrounding area, and then match the finish as closely as possible.
A PRO can remove marble stains, as well as marble discolorations. Whether you are seeking guidance on how to do this yourself or want a qualified technician to treat your marble, the original finish of your stone can be restored.
Cleaning and Sealing
Marble cleaning processes vary based on the surface condition and type of dirt or oil being removed. Marble is easier to keep clean with periodic professional deep cleaning services, using non-acidic, highly-effective cleaning solutions. Once your marble floors, showers, tub surrounds, walls, and other marble surfaces are cleaned and restored, it is highly recommended you have a PRO seal them to enhance their stain resistance. Most stones are naturally porous. If left unsealed, there’s always a risk of spilling something that might discolor your stone. While most stains can be removed, marble stain removal can be a time consuming, expensive and often frustrating process. Why not take advantage of this simple, inexpensive, preventative measure against marble stain damage?
Regular cleaning and janitorial services are valuable for simple, day-to-day care of marble floors. But over time, their processes leave floors with grout lines that just won’t come clean, shiny scratches, and increasingly obvious traffic patterns. As these problems develop, you become more and more dissatisfied with the appearance of the floors until it’s time for another round of professional restoration. With a regularly scheduled maintenance program, your floors can look great all the time, without the need for periodic restoration.