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Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2015’

Concrete Polishing Tables

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We recently in Ottawa restored some outdoor concrete patio tables. Upon removing the old, yellowed and discolored coatings, we restored the finish and protected it with a specially formulated masonry cleaner. Please refer to the before and after photos.   In the Spring; Summer and Fall months, we see more opportunities for exterior stone restoration, including driveway pavers and outdoor …

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New Stone Countertops

We recently were endorsed by Devonleigh Homes Inc. http://www.devonleighhomes.com/ as a trusted and experienced service provider for the care and maintenance of natural stone floors and countertops; walls and vanity tops, etc. As many natural stone surfaces are porous, guidelines suggest proper care, maintenance, sealing and re-applying sealers every 1-2 years depending on care, wear and level of use.   …

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Maintaining Polished Granite in a Commercial Office Building

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  Our ongoing maintenance of polished granite in the common areas of a commercial office building.  

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Restored Vanity Top

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We recently completed the restoration of a bathroom vanity top involving polished limestone. All restorations conclude with the application of an impregnating sealer.      

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Elevator Lobby Restoration

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We recently completed a floor restoration of polished marble at a condo residence elevator lobby.  

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Elevator restoration

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We recently completed a granite and marble elevator cab restoration. We restored the finish to a high polished one with excellent light clarity and reflection. We routinely perform such work in most major cities across Canada.      

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Lobby Restoration

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We recently completed a polished marble restoration project in downtown Toronto. Our restoration services worn, dirty, and discolored and dull floors back to resemble their original factory finish. Moving forward, our maintenance program and procedures keep them looking that way following complete restoration.  

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