Deep-cleaning, light-honing, acid-washing and other methods are used to remove soils, debris, residue, etc. prior to applying stone sealers that help to repel water, oil, soils, and other contaminants.
Various types of processes and materials are employed to repair stone, paver, grout, and concrete counters, showers, driveways. Regardless of the material and severity of the damage, repairs can be very durable and substantial improve the appearance of the affected area.
Stripping, grinding, refinishing, resurfacing and other methods are employed to remove coatings, efflorescence, most staining, soils and other types of contaminants in order to restore a material to its original condition and presentation as much as possible.
Stains, waxes, coatings, polishes, and faux finishes are applied to stone, paver, grout, cast cement and concrete to give it the area an unique, long-lasting appearance or better meet a client’s aesethetics.
An uneven surface of a floor that occurs when stone or tiles are not laid to a uniform level.
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