Cleaning Interior Marble Stone
Regular polishing and cleaning of marble flooring can prevent damage and keep the marble looking marvelous—just like new. Marble floors require special cleaning to ensure that the surface of the stone remains smooth and free of any stains. We apply protective stone sealers to prevent stains from penetrating the surface of the marble. In addition, we resurface marble floors to give them a hard, smooth surface that resists stains.
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Improper cleaning can ruin the surface of your stone floors! We understand the properties of stone and what types of cleaning solutions and cleaning processes will best draw out their beauty. We provide stone polishing through the use of powder polishes, diamond abrasives, and machine scrubbing to polish your stone floor until it regains its original shine. Make sure you're hiring a professional company to polish your natural stone floors to help you protect it for years to come!
Granite Countertop Cleaning & Polishing
Granite is very beautiful stone and it comes in a plethora of colors and natural designs. It can really make the design of a bathroom or kitchen really come together. As beautiful as it is, it is also very unforgiving when it comes to maintaining and cleaning if done incorrectly.
While granite is much harder than marble, if and when granite needs restoration you need to call a professional that has the specialized knowledge to work on your granite. Many cleaning professionals won’t touch it. Hi-Definition Concrete & Stone Polishing has the knowledge and expertise to clean, polishing and restore your granite. Whether it needs to be cleaned and resurfaced and protected, our professional technicians can execute these services for you. The key to keeping your granite looking amazing is the professional cleaning, polishing and sealing of the stone. We make it a point to educate our client's on proper stone care.
We have a selection of sealers for your hard surface floors. Each sealer we carry has its own purpose and use depending on the type of hard surface flooring you have. Some repel water, and others repel water and oils. And some are specifically designed for floors with a high porosity such as brick, slate, limestone, travertine and marble.