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Restore Natural Stone Surfaces

Natural Stone Restoration

make it shine like new

So, you have natural stone surfaces that are damaged, faded, cracked, chipped, or stained? A common misconception is that natural stone fixtures, like marble floors and granite countertops, won’t be able to achieve their original brilliance once they have faded. This couldn’t be farther than the truth. With professional stone care, you can bring any type of natural stone back to life! Whether you have stone floors, counters, showers, or outdoor pavers- we can make them shine again.

Restoration vs. new installation

Like most homeowners with faded or damaged stone floors, you’re probably facing the “Restoration vs. Replacement” dilemma too. Well, there are plenty of reasons why a restoring is the better option.

For starters, a high quality restoration will make your natural stone surfaces look as good as new. So, you don’t need a costly replacement to make your marble or natural stone tiles shine beautifully.

The restoration process is simple: repair chipped tiles or cracks- then clean, polish, and seal. That’s it.

On the other hand, a replacement involves: demolition and removal, buying new stone material, and costly installation. It’s a long and painstaking process. Plus, you will need to go through the whole routine of selecting and choosing your ideal natural stone options all over again. Each step of the installation process can develop problems that can delay or increase it’s cost.

Cost is probably the biggest single factor in why you should restore your natural stone surfaces instead of completely replacing them. Restoring your stone floors or counters can save you an average of 80-90% of the cost of buying and installing them brand new! The prices of restoration vary widely based on a number of factors(type of stone, surface area, amount of damage, etc) that it’s impossible to give an accurate estimate without inspecting the site first-hand. Luckily, STONESHINE offers free & convenient consultations on natural stone restorations.

Another advantage with restoring is that it saves far more time. For example, most natural stone restoration projects take only half of the day. In fact, you can have the job done in a matter of hours.

Now, if you were to go in for a replacement, the entire process, could take several days. If there is more complex work involved, you could see things being pushed to a week or longer. A full replacement is something you’ll need only if there is significant damage to your natural stone surfaces. Otherwise, natural stone lasts a very long time.

Restore Your Natural Stone Surfaces

Make Them Gorgeous Again

Why choose Stoneshine?

We have been veterans of the California stone care industry for almost 20 years.

We have extensive experience restoring natural stone in homes and businesses alike. No project is too big or two small for us. Whether you have a large crack in your granite kitchen countertop, or you need to polish 50,000 square feet of concrete for a new retail location; STONESHINE will exceed your expectations.

Apart from providing top notch stone restoration services, we also provide a quality guarantee. If you aren’t satisfied with the work done, we will go the extra mile to make sure you’re happy.

We also offer an annual maintenance contract through which you can arrange for a yearly maintenance of your natural stone surfaces. Which will keep your surfaces looking their best year after year!

We have succeeded all these years by adhering to the highest standard of workmanship when restoring or maintaining any natural stone floors, counters, or walls.

Save money, time, and avoid all the unnecessary trouble of replacing your natural stone; by letting the experts at StoneShine restore it to it’s original beauty.

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  • PROFESSIONAL

  • DETAIL-ORIENTED

  • QUALITY GUARANTEE

  • STATE-OF-THE-ART EQUIPMENT

Case Studies

See for yourself why our customers are consistently pleased with the quality of our work.

These “case studies” are before and after pictures of restoration jobs that we’ve done, along with stories that explain the problem, our solution, and any challenges we experienced along the way.