(Video) Stone Polishing Experts Restore Aged Travertine in This Greenwich Home to Flawless Finish
September 05, 2015A Greenwich-based client was stymied. "How do I deal with this old, dusty travertine floor?" the client wondered. Replacement was certainly no option. He found Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County, and we recommended the Greenwich stone polishing service. In mere hours, the client's aged travertine came back to life!
Today, Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County takes you up close and personal for a look at our latest job in Greenwich, in which we transform dirty, scuffed, aged travertine floor into a stunning slab of glossy travertine. Discover how Tom was able to remove years' worth of dust, dirt, and grime by using Sir Grout's unique stone honing and polishing system.
When it comes to home improvement, customers think that repair is impossible, and overlook stone honing and polishing. Many homeowners waste time and money on destructive tile replacement jobs when their floor does not even need replacing in the first place. As Tom was happy to explain, a stone polishing service is more efficient, and will save you money in the long run. Such was the case with this particular client, and we've got the before and after videos to bring you the scoop!
We arrived at the customer's home early to survey the situation, and were pleased to discover that the travertine floor was only in need of a little stone honing and polishing. Sir Grout's stone honing and polishing utilizes abrasives to gently smooth and clean marble, granite, travertine, and limestone. To finish it off, we covered the pits and pores that blemish aged travertine for a stunning, semi-glossy finish. These pits are natural magnets for dirt and grime, and Tom was keen on covering them up. Often, "foot traffic" and other unwanted factors cause these pits to become congested. This in turn causes your tile to look old, dingy, and all-around unattractive. There's also the problem of mold and mildew build-up, and that certainly is not pretty. After we took care of the pores, our stone honing and polishing efforts took a terrific turn. We went ahead and cleaned the grout for a flawless conclusion, leaving zero residue behind. To sum it all up, the Greenwich resident's floors now look brand-new! After hours of hard work and one very happy customer, we left with the satisfaction of another job well-done.
At Sir Grout of Greater Fairfield County, we understand the enormous investment that often comes with stone flooring. As stone floors age, dust, grime, footprints, and other environmental factors cause floors to lose their natural luster. All of these stone floors need routine travertine honing and polishing to look their best, and although Sir Grout's service model caters to a variety of hard surfaces, we do not cut corners. That is why we train our experts to carefully evaluate just how much honing your floors need. We develop a customized plan to suit each individual client's needs. We have many years of experience in dealing with travertine and stone surfaces, working to remove scratches and damage caused by household cleaners and wear and tear. While home projects are not always predictable, Sir Grout's commitment to customer satisfaction made this project a success – with immaculate results!
Is your marble, granite, or travertine looking a little dull and weathered? Our honing and polishing systems will make even decades-old stone look as good as new. Contact us at the form below to set up a free evaluation, today!
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