Stone is a beautiful and long-lasting material, but it requires proper maintenance to keep it in good condition. If you have invested in a stone floor or countertop in your Seaside, FL home, you can make the most of your investment by ensuring that you give these surfaces the proper care. Your stone floors and counters will continue to be attractive and safe with regular cleaning and scheduled restoration.
Stone floor cleaning involves much more than a mop and bucket, or at least it should. The stone floor cleaning and restoration services at HydraKlean will improve your floor’s longevity, safety, and appearance. Your stone counters will look and perform like new with the help from our experienced and knowledgeable team. Take a look at some of the benefits of giving your stone surfaces the professional treatment.
Floors often go unnoticed until there is a problem. Especially in high-traffic areas, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and hallways. They will greatly benefit from regular maintenance. It does not have to be a laborious effort to achieve great results either. Regular DIY cleaning combined with planned, professional maintenance can avoid serious problems and make your floors look their best.
We clean stone floors using specifically designed, professional equipment. Heavy-duty brushes, gentle but effective chemicals, and trained technicians combine to provide a deep, thorough clean without damaging the material. You can rely on us to remove grease, dirt, and other residues from your stone floor.
Also known as stone floor resurfacing, stone floor restoration attempts to return your floor to its original, freshly-bought condition. While many people want to improve the finish of worn stone, it is worth remembering that stone floor resurfacing or restoration can sometimes make the quality of stone even better than it was when installed. Via mechanical abrasion, stone floor restoration will remove scratches and other damage. If your floor is looking worse for wear because of chips, cracks, etching, uneven tiles, or deep stains, a stone floor restoration is for you
Polishing your stone floors can help restore your floor and return it to the shiny surface it previously had. You may not have noticed the deterioration of your floor as it will have taken place over time. In this case, you might be amazed by the transformation achieved through stone floor polishing. Polishing will enhance the natural color of many kinds of stone including, but not limited to, granite, limestone, and slate.
Just as stone floors can benefit from stone floor restoration, it is also possible to improve the appearance and condition of your counters.
At HydraKlean, we can clean surfaces made from various materials, including marble and limestone, travertine, granite, and slate. Our Seaside professionals have the experience and knowledge to apply appropriate stone counter cleaning techniques. This means that your stone will look great, and you will not be risking damage due to harsh chemicals or over-enthusiastic technicians.
A new stone counter looks wonderful and durable. Despite their toughness though, we know that over time they can tend to show signs of wear. All is not lost, however. Stone counter restoration involves a suite of services aimed at repairing and improving your stone counters.
Our technicians will:
Our stone counter polishing service for those in Seaside will remove unsightly scratches and restore your countertops to its desired sheen. High-use countertops are almost sure to show scratches and wear, but we can remove these with grinding, honing, and polishing. Stone counter polishing is not just “the cherry on the cake” but an essential part of stone counter restoration.
Great looking floors and surfaces do wonders for a room. If you are in Seaside and looking for an alternative to a room makeover, consider stone floor restoration. It can bring your countertops back to their original condition (or better), which will improve the look of the whole room. Contact HydraKlean today to benefit from our varied services aimed at making your stone surfaces the best they can be and to keep them that way.