There is probably no other architectural surface as impressive as stone. It brings a sense of class, strength and beauty to any building if it is properly maintained. Two of the major benefits of stone are its ability to reflect light and its durability, especially when it is used on floors, walls and countertops. However, over time problems can begin to appear. That luster can wear off and that brand new look can become dull, worn, scratched, stained or dirty. Cracks can materialize if the stone is in an unstable environment.
Stone floors can develop scratches from the grit carried on your shoes acting like sandpaper and water marks can appear from liquids containing acids which will greatly reduce the reflectivity of the surface. Stone floors can even develop slippage and become unlevel where two stones meet causing a trip hazard.
We have some of the most experienced stone people in the industry, which is a good thing because stone is something that can be ruined very quickly by an inexperienced technician and can end up costing you much more to repair.