MARBLE POLISHING EXPERTS
The comfort and peace of mind that comes from a clean and well-maintained marble
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CERTIFIED RESTAURATORS OF TILE & STONE
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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
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Our Services

Natural Stone

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Polishing, resurfacing, and sealing

of any natural stone such as marble, travertine, countertops, vanities, showers, floors, walls, table tops etc.
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Terrazzo stone

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Repair and polishing

of terrazzo floors, stairs, shower pans etc.
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Professional Grout

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Cleaning, coloring, and sealing

of grout and professional caulking.
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Quartzite

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Polishing

of quartzite and scratch removal.
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About

We started Marble Polishing Experts Denver, Colorado in 2011. We are family-owned and service residential and commercial clients throughout New York. And this is how we do things:

5 Reasons Why You Should Work With Marble Polishing Experts:

1. Expert advice by Bobby, our Certified Tile and Stone Inspector and certified in historic stone restoration who has 12 years of experience 

2. Work with a skilled technician, not a salesperson.

3. Timely and honest communication throughout the service process, timely response and a great attention to detail.

4. Your home or building will be treated with care; all the surrounding areas will be prepped to prevent damage to any other surfaces and leaving it spotless.

5. Your environment will be treated with respect. We work around your schedule, even at nights, to not interfere with your regular activities.

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We are located in Orange County and serve the Mid-Hudson Region!

Certified Specialist
Any Stone Types
Affordable Prices

F.A.Q

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Only the slightest of scratches should be attempted on your own, and then only on regular marble, not cultured. Simply a nice, soft cloth and lots of rubbing power can possibly re-polish the marble and remove surface scratches. The friction from rubbing the cloth slightly softens the sealer which may cover the scratch. Anything deeper than a surface scratch should be handled by a professional. There are websites out there that tell you how you might to do it with fine sandpaper and marble polish, but there is always the risk of causing greater damage to the surface requiring a more expensive professional repair in the long run.

If we are talking natural stone instead of ceramic tile, the real answer is whatever you like. However, know that there are some considerations that go with various stone types. If you like ease of maintenance, and who doesn’t, the harder the stone is, the better. Soft stone such as limestone or slate are high maintenance because they are porous and continued exposure to a wet bathroom will stain them. However, Travertine has become very popular for bathroom use because, well, because it’s just so beautiful. It is fairly porous, but if you have the right sealant put on it, it can serve you well. Typically, though, marble and granite are often preferred in the bath.

Let’s talk first about cleaning your floor. Marble floors require daily upkeep. Prevention is the best tactic, so using good doormats is essential. Changing street shoes to slippers or houseshoes of some kind really helps to lower the maintenance required on your floors. Still, gritty dirt will find its way in, and to keep your floors tip-top, they need to be mopped daily – but just with a damp mop – no cleansers of any kind. Really, we don’t recommend any store-bought polishes for marble floors. Using the methods outlined above will keep your floors very nice. If you are asking how often they should be commercially polished by experts, it will matter what kind of marble you have, how they are sealed, how porous they are, how scratched or stained they get, or how much traffic they receive. When you start seeing signs of dulling or wear in higher traffic areas, call your Marble Polishing Experts.