Restoration Services

Stone Maintenance & Restoration

Keep a good maintenance program according to your needs to avoid having to restore your floors as often. The more you wait, the more work it will take to restore a marble floor or countertop to its pristine original finish and condition. This means the difference between having to pay for restoration work vs. maintenance.

Granite Countertop Restoration & Repair

  • Polishing, Cleaning, Honing, Sealing, Epoxy Repair

Marble Floor Restoration & Surface Repair

  • Polishing, Cleaning, Honing, Sealing, Epoxy Repair

Limestone and Travertine Floor Restoration & Surface Repair

  • Polishing, Cleaning, Honing, Sealing, Epoxy Repair

Terrazzo Restoration & Maintenance

  • Polishing, Cleaning, Honing, Sealing, Epoxy Repair

“Just wanted you to know that I deeply appreciated the care and effort you took to restore our stained marble floor. It looks lovely! Wishing you all the best in the good work you do” – Christy, Bethesda, Maryland

Concrete Polishing & Restoration

Concrete grinding is used in the removal of glue, paint, carpet residues, epoxies and acrylics from concrete floors and surfaces. Many coverings are easily removed in a single pass minimizing the cost of floor preparation for finishing or polishing. Concrete grinding is also used to lower and change high or uneven spots in the concrete surface.

DMF Stone Restoration’s polishing system is an economical and ecological flooring solution that is low maintenance, uses no harmful chemicals or VOCs, and can be put back into use very quickly. The polishing process is dust-free and slurry and hazardous waste free. Transform your lifeless concrete floor into a highly reflective surface that inhibits the penetration of oil, water, and other substances. Our polishing system also eliminates dust and tire marks.

Other Surfaces Serviced

  • Slate cleaning and sealing, Flagstone cleaning and sealing, Grout Cleaning and Sealing, Grout Replacement

Caution

Unfortunately a sealer does not give 100% protection 100% of the time. If given enough time foreign substances will erode away the sealer. A good impregnator (a water-based sealer that does not alter the look of the surface) or natural stone sealer is very important in helping keep stains and etching from occurring. The best way to avoid expensive repairs in your marble or travertine stone surface is to wipe out any spills immediately after they occur, do this by simply blotting the area where the spill happened with water, this will help prevent spreading the spill even further.

Specialist Natural Stone Restoration: How & Why?

Different stones require different procedures in order to restore them to a factory finish or to remedy an undesired pre-existing problem. It is very common for us in the industry to receive requests from clients who require their marble, travertine ,terrazzo or other natural stone floor to be ‘cleaned’ when they realize it no longer has the luster or reflective quality it once showed. Now in most cases these floors will be lacking a shine due to minor scratches in the stone which have damaged the natural crystals on the surface. These need to be removed using a process known as ‘Diamond Abrasive Grinding’.

Another common situation is for an architect or builder to call DMF Stone Restoration due to a floor being laid unevenly because the client wanted a ‘flat hotel floor look’. Again, the floor will require diamond grinding restoration in order to remove lippage where the tiles meet at the grout lines.