Our blog features articles, tips, tricks, and other information that will help you maintain the natural stone surfaces in your home or business. Whether you have marble, granite, travertine, limestone, or concrete surfaces, our stone restoration experts will help you maintain and prolong your investment. Concrete & Marble Transformerz is Los Angeles’ Top-Rated Local® stone restoration company, and we’ve helped hundreds of Los Angeles residents transform their homes and businesses. If you don’t see the information you’re looking for in our blog, don’t hesitate to reach out to us with your stone restoration questions. We also offer free estimates, so don’t wait to take the first step toward a beautiful stone surface!

  1. What Can We Do for You This Summer?

    With spring slowly transitioning into summer, you’re probably starting to plan some summer gatherings at your home. Perhaps you enjoy having your loved ones over for a big barbeque every June, or maybe you have a backyard pool that everyone loves to cool off in after dinner. However you choose to celebrate during the summer, it’s important to ensure that your home is both welcoming and beautif…Read More

  2. Natural Stone Myths Busted — Part II

    Natural stones have been a popular home furnishing for centuries, but there is a lot of conflicting information on the internet about stone polishing, restoration, and maintenance. We clarified several myths about natural stones and stone restoration in a previous post, and in today’s post, we’ll continue to debunk some of the most common myths we’ve heard over the years. Concrete & Marb…Read More

  3. Tips for Protecting Your Natural Stone Surfaces

    Natural stone surfaces are a big investment. Whether you’ve recently outfitted your kitchen with gorgeous marble countertops or you’ve recently purchased a home with travertine floors, it’s important to protect your investment. Repairing natural stone surfaces can be expensive, so you should always make an effort to practice good preventative care. In today’s blog post, we’ll give you se…Read More

  4. Natural Stone Myths Busted

    Whether you currently have natural stone in your home or you’re thinking about purchasing a home with natural stone furnishings, you’ve probably heard a few myths about the care and costs of maintaining natural stone surfaces. As a restoration company that provides everything from stone polishing to granite crack repairs, we’ve heard it all. We’ll debunk a few of the most common myths we…Read More

  5. Caring for the Limestone in Your Home

    Limestone is a beautiful sedimentary rock that is formed from minerals and sediment that are compressed under the sea. Limestone is a beautiful addition to any home, and many California residents have chosen to furnish their homes with limestone floors and countertops. Though limestone is an incredibly durable material, it is not impervious to cracks, chips, and stains. In today’s post, we’ll …Read More

  6. Acid-Based and Water-Based Concrete Staining

    You’ll be forgiven if you’ve never heard the expression “stained concrete.” The thought of furnishing a home with concrete can evoke images of sidewalks, garages, and driveways, and this is understandably off-putting to many people. However, you’ll be surprised to learn that stained concrete is one of the most affordable and effective ways to add color and liveliness to your home. In thi…Read More

  7. Taking Care of Your Stone Floor

    Taking care of the floors in you home can be difficult. While the flooring in your house can add tremendous decorative value, it is inevitably one of the hardest elements of the home to care for. Spills, dirt, grime, and the normal wear and tear of everyday life can ruin carpets and wood floors. For this reason, many homeowners choose to furnish their homes with natural stone floors. California is…Read More

  8. Granite and Marble – What’s the Difference?

    Granite and marble have quite a bit in common: they’re both highly valuable materials sourced from the earth, they’re both used in homes and commercial properties, they’re both commonly used in kitchens and fireplaces, and they can both add a substantial amount of value to your home. It is often easy to identify granite and marble – marble is generally veined, while granite tends to be fle…Read More