Frequently Asked Questions

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Epoxy is a polymer often used as a water resistant coating for floors and countertops. Its not required, but it is highly recommended if you're goal is to protect your floors and countertops and increase there overall durability.

Possibly, If your rub has a rubber backing, extreme temperatures may cause it to stick to your stone flooring, leaving behind a very difficult to remove residue. Extreme temperatures may also cause moisture to form beneath the rug and your flooring also leaving behind damage. As long as you take the preventative measures to avoid this; you shouldn't have any complications.

A sealer protects concrete by blocking its pores and in turn blocking out water absorption, dirt, dust, staining, and more. It is optional, but highly recommended to prolong your concretes lifespan.

Both are very durable stones, however, marble is softer and more porous than granite. Thus, making granite more resistant to chipping and scratches.

We have an array of restoration services, depending on your needs! Fill out our contact form and we'll g ive you a free consult/estimate.😀

If you've had no success removing water spots with a mild soap or stone cleaner, chances are you're dealing with etching. Etching occurs to marble/travertine when acid reacts to your stone's calcium carbonate makeup, leaving behind a duller, less polished look to your marble. To discuss our etching restoration services give us a call at (800)-515-5650 or fill at our contact form for a free consult/estimate!

If using regular strength, store bought sealer, it should be applied no more than every 6 months.

Yes, it is recommended to clean marble/stone counters and/or floors no more than once daily with a mild soap or stone cleaner.

No, our estimates are 100% free.

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