The filler in the holes in this travertine was coming loose. We "floated" or filled the travertine, then honed, polished, and sealed. Now the floor looks new again.
This travertine looks so much better now that it has a natural polish and the appropriate sealer applied.
Without using any harsh chemicals, we cleaned the thick calcium buildup off this cantera and tile fountain
The property owner wanted us to remove the calcium buildup on their Saltillo fountain without using any harsh chemicals
We restored the natural color and texture to these decorative stones by removing calcium deposits buildup.
Homeowners did not want to try to sell with etch damage on the marble and granite floor. We removed the etch damage and refinished the stone.
Our professional travertine restoration services rejuvenated the dull, dingy finish naturally, without the need for topical coatings.
The homeowners loved their StoneGuard® kitchen so much, they had us do their wet bar black marble tops, as well.
The homeowners' highest concern was protecting the marble finish. We proposed a long term solution: StoneGuard®.
The flagstone sealer in this pool area had turned white and was flaking and peeling, one of the most common issues we see. The environmentally-conscious homeowners wanted us to strip the old sealer without using any toxic chemicals.
We removed the flaking build up of improper sealers, then cleaned and applied the appropriate sealer, giving new life to this slate.
The fountain in the back yard of a Phoenix, AZ home had not been professionally cleaned in many years. We removed hard water deposits and restored it to a vibrant, like-new appearance.
We were contacted by the moving company that damaged this cantera table base while moving it for one of their clients
The property owner wanted us to deep clean the tiles and grout lines and remove the old sealer without using any harsh chemicals
We removed the existing tile, installed more modern-looking tile, and applied color sealer to the grout lines to inhibit staining from contaminants that settle into unsealed grout
The harsh Arizona sun and elements had caused these concrete pavers to appear dirty, even though they were relatively clean. We removed the topical sealer
Salt-chlorinated water was causing the stone to slowly loosen from the substrate and decay. We removed and replaced the damaged stone.
Find out how we removed severe discoloration from calcium water deposits (also known as limescale) and rust stains, restoring the elegance of this slate.
The St. Laurent marble vanities looked out of place in the elegant condominium, because they had severe etching and signs of wear due to cosmetics and improper cleaning products
A backyard travertine pool and patio oasis had become dull and lifeless looking due to years of exposure to sunlight and the elements
The property manager needed a company that could handle a large job in a reasonable amount of time and produce stunning results...
This kitchen and dining area floor was difficult to keep clean, because it was subject to high traffic and use...
The homeowner was not happy with the way the stone no longer had much color. The sun and elements had taken a toll on the flagstone
Traffic and use had taken a toll on the stone, wearing away the shine. Natural light from the arched windows revealed scratches and etch marks on the floor's surface
The grout lines on this floor would not come clean, even with mopping and scrubbing, and dirt and grime kept getting caught in the textured edges of the tiles
The once-beautiful Saltillo tile floors in this Phoenix, AZ kitchen had become diminished in appearance. With heavy traffic and use, the sealers had worn away, leaving the tiles looking faded and dirty-looking.
Our clients purchased a home in Scottsdale, AZ with flooring that didn't suit their style. Although the neutral, earthy tones were appealing, they wanted to update the look of the home.