At Rose Restoration we are marble experts! We understand and appreciate the unique characteristics of marble and guide our clients how to properly restore and maintain their stone. Our attention to detail, passion for what we do, and a strong family values are apparent in every job that we do.
There is a common misconception that since marble is a stone it does not need any maintenance. The truth is that all marble needs some type of care. Your marble needs depend on where the stone is being used in your home, whether it is on floors, walls, counter tops, vanities or shower walls.
Marble is generally a softer stone, though some marbles are harder than others. Therefore, marble will scratch, etch, and lose its shine and luster in the high traffic areas of your home, such as your bathroom or kitchen, when subjected to acidic spills and if not maintained with the proper cleaning products and methods.
If you have a polished marble foyer, kitchen counter top, bathroom vanity or shower that has become etched, has lost its shine and beauty or is in need of repair, then it is time to give us a call. Rose Restoration can repair, refinish, protect and restore your marble or limestone surfaces back to their original condition. The before and after pictures shown above depict how our polishing service can revitalize your worn out marble.
Honed / Matte Marble:
If your home has marble with a matte or honed finish, it too needs proper care and maintenance. Marble with a honed finish should be cleaned and re-sealed annually by a professional like Rose Restoration.
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“Rose Restoration did an excellent job. My counter tops look fantastic and they carefully
covered my custom cabinets to prevent any damage from the restoration process."
— Mervina S.
“Our movers broke a marble coffee table and Rose Restoration saved the day. They were able to repair the table and you can barley see the crack now!”
— Mary W.