Marble and Stone Floor Restoration


Cleaning and stain removal

Stains can occur very easily in natural stone. If a floor is unsealed, any liquid spilled will seep into the stone. Our stain removal process starts with a very gentle chemical clean and can range up to a poultice or resurfacing of the stone.

Polishing and honing marble and natural stone surfaces

Once your marble, travertine, limestone, granite or crema marfil and stone surfaces are cleaned, we commence the honing and polishing process. The polishing process removes deeper ingrained stains on the floor, such as etch marks and light scratches. These are generally what gives marble and stone that dull and lack-lustre appearance.

Polishing (marble, travertine, limestone,terrazzo, granite)

Polishing is defined as placing a high reflective finish on the surface of the stone. Polishing is usually accomplished using super-fine abrasive powders, but can also be achieved with super-fine diamond abrasive discs or polishing pads.

During polishing, we remove a microscopic layer from the surface of your floor. This can only be achieved by using a series of different grade diamond grits, used in the correct order. Only a qualified craftsperson with experience in polishing should carry out this process – incorrect methods and processes can completely ruin your marble or natural stone floor.

Sealing marble and stone floors

Stone is naturally porous; any liquid spilled on unsealed stone will seep into the stone and stain. By sealing the stone, you effectively seal the pores. This prevents the spill soaking into the stone, leaving it on the surface where it can be cleaned up. Spills should be cleaned up as soon as possible, as they can penetrate if left.

Polished natural stone reflects light and does not need a topical coating or wax to achieve a high gloss finish. We recommend sealing with a topical seal on heavily trafficked floors in commercial environments, or on travertine, quarry or terracotta tiles due to their highly porous nature.

Stone sealers break down in the presence of UV light, when cleaned with harsh cleaners or because of general wear. It is therefore recommended that you re-seal your stone every two to three years.


Get in touch so we can assist you with your stone floors

Our legacy is quality projects we can be proud of. We value the inputs of our customers, our team and our supply chain in reaching positive outcomes. Health and safety to our people and the public is a priority for us and without compromise.

If you are working on a similar project we would love to hear about it. Dont hesitate to call us or send in the details of your project through our contact page at

We are registered on both the RIAI and Heritage contractors and links to their sites can be found below.