Natural Stone

A FIRST IMPRESSION SAYS EVERYTHING

Your marble and other natural stone floors and surfaces, whether polished and pristine or scuffed and dirty make a lasting impression— for better or worse— on your customers and visitors. If your natural stone and tile surfaces have become dingy, scratched, stained, or just dirty looking, even with regular cleaning or janitorial services, it’s time to call the restoration experts at Restoration by Design Stone. Whether you need a complete restoration or ongoing maintenance we can help you make the best possible impression.

Marble

Marble is unsurpassed in its elegance and richness. But when it becomes dull, scratched, etched or otherwise damaged, that elegance is completely diminished. Fortunately, our marble restoration services make your marble look as good as new.

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Terrazzo

Terrazzo is a highly versatile form of mosaic flooring known for its ease of care and durability. Terrazzo with topical discolorations or irreversible staining can be restored through our professional grinding and polishing process.

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Granite

Polished granite, second in hardness only to diamond, is the most popular stone for countertops because of its sleek, glamorous appearance and durability. Stained, dull, or chipped granite has a lackluster appearance and may even be unsanitary. Restoration By Design Stone gives new life to your granite.

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Travertine

Travertine, in its natural matte finish, is skid resistant and has a classy, antique appeal. If polished, it has the veined look of marble. When exposed to acidic substances, heavy traffic, or residual build-up of cleaners, travertine looks unsightly and outdated. We know travertine and skillfully restore it to its timeless beauty.

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Slate

Slate is a waterproof, stain-resistant natural stone preferred for its dark, earthy tones and classy, rustic texture. Slate can scratch or chip more easily than other natural stone. Heavy waxes, floor finishes, soap residue, and aggressive cleaning may cause slate floors to become unattractive. We specialize in restoring the desired finish and color to slate floors.

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Limestone

Limestone is an extremely durable sedimentary stone that ranges in hardness from soft and very porous to hard. Limestone loses its smooth, granular elegance when it becomes scratched, etched, or stained. These problems are skillfully remedied by Restoration By Design Stone Boston.

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Quartzite

Quartzite is a stone of choice for people who love the look of marble, but want something that is not as delicate. The appearance of quartzite can decline, however, with exposure to improper cleaning agents, improper application of coatings, or accidental damage.

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