Exterior Stone Restoration
Both stone and concrete are deep-cleaned and acid-washed. The stone is then sealed with an enhancing, penetrating, matte sealer. The natural colors of the stone are noticeably accentuated. The concrete has been color-stained and sealed.
Paver Floor Restoration
The concrete lost much of its color and ability to repel contaminants and water. After stripping the previous stain and coating, the concrete was re-stained and sealed with a semi-glossy sealer. Special additives to the sealer not only help to protect the concrete’s color and finish, but also improve slip resistance.
Granite Shower Restoration
Antique Tabletop Restoration
Scratches are removed through aggressive refinishing. The results are substantial. Polishing powders restore the original finish. Finally, the stone is sealed to help protect it against water, oil, diry and contaminants. Sealers do not repel caustic liquids.
The concrete lost much of its color and ability to repel oils. After stripping the previous coating, the concrete was re-stained and sealed. Special materials are added to the sealer that not only help to protect the concrete’s color and finish, but also improve slip resistance.
Marble Tile Floor Restoration
Older and stained concrete was stripped, restained and sealed. The improvement is dramatic. Additives in the sealer help to improve longevity and slip resistance.
Exterior Floor Restoration
Older and stained concrete was stripped, restained and sealed. Light acid-washing removes the excessive mineralization. The improvement is dramatic. Additives in the sealer help to improve longevity and slip resistance.
Shower Floor Restoration
Phenomenal improvement through acid-washing, stripping, restaining and sealing. The majority of mineralization (salt and calcium build-up) is removed.
Commercial Building Restoration
This multi-colored stamped concrete patio was stripped, re-stained and sealed. This time-tested process and products withstands exposure to the elements for 3 - 5 years with minimal maintenance in wetter areas.
The stone foyer lacked color and polish due to normal wear and lack of mainteance. Refinishing and polishing restored the vibrant, polished finish characteristic of these two popular stones.
Refinishing and polishing remove severe chemical etching and dullness from caustic cleaners. With the proper techniques and high quality products, results are substantial.
This fountain is restored, faux-painted, and re-sealed. Staining and oxidation are removed prior to this treatment. The process also inhibits future issues with staining.
The dullness, etches and mineral build-up were removed through refinishing and honing. A penetrating enhancing sealer was applied later which enriched the stone’s natural colors and provided much better protection.
Soap residue, mineral build-up and etches caused the stone to dull and lackluster. Agressive refinishing and polished restored the stone’s color and finish. Afterwards, the stone was sealed with penetrating water, oil, and dirt sealers. With proper homeowner care, the stone will maintain its appearance for a longer time.
Some slates can have iron deposits that will rust when exposed to moisture. A special cleaning process was employed to remove the majority of rust from the stone and grout. Finally, a penetrating, enhancing sealer was applied. Even after two years and exposure to the elements, the stone is rich in color and staining much less significantly.
Excessive soap residue and chemical etching severely damaged this Portland Cement and marble chip composite. Through aggressive refinishing and polishing, the stone appears brighter and lighter. The marble chips are riched in color and add to the unqiueness of this material.
Paver Floor Restoration
Marble Floor Polishing
Shower Marble Floor Polishing
Polishing Natural Stone Vanity
Travertine Shower Cleaning
Marble Shower Polishing
Slate Driveway Restoration
Exterior Courtyard Restoration