Marble Polishing and Cleaning
Marble can become stained by common household acids found in food. It can also become scratched by excessive contact with hard surfaces.
Learn how The Stone Experts can polish out imperfections in marble and restore your marble surface to look like the day it did when it was installed.
Limestone is a bit softer and more porous than other stone used in residential and commercial settings. As a result, limestone is highly susceptible to staining and scratching.
Learn how The Stone Experts can restore your limestone floors or walls and keep them looking new for years to come.
Granite is the hardest of the stones that are commonly used in commercial and residential settings – but even granite can become stained or scratched.
Learn how The Stone Experts can polish out imperfections in granite and can restore your granite surface to look showroom quality new.
Flamed Granite Polishing and Restoration
Flamed Granite is specially treated to be textured, but as a result of this treatment is more likely to become stained or scratched than regular granite.
Learn how The Stone Experts restore your granite surface to make it look new again.
Your Flagstone Patio or Walkway is easily faded and damaged in the intense Colorado sunshine.
Learn how The Stone Experts enhance the color of your flagstone and protect it from fading in the Colorado Sunshine.
Travertine is a unique stone that is on the soft side relative to other stone, and like other stones is vulnerable to stains and scratches.
Learn how The Stone Experts can polish out imperfections in travertine and keep your travertine surface looking like new.
Tile and Grout
Grout is surrounded by raised ceramic tile surfaces and ends up being a natural collector of dirt, grime and germs. The result is filthy looking grout.
Learn how The Stone Experts can clean and seal your grout – and keep your ceramic tile surfaces looking great for years.