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Frequently Asked Questions

The #1 culprit of damage to marble floors is dirt, (grit, sand and dust). The best treatment for your floor is a dry, untreated microfiber dust mop or vacuum, used every day when possible. Damp mopping is recommended on a weekly basis and whenever there are visible spills.

Generally there is no fee for an estimate. However, there may be an occasion, under special circumstances, that we may ask for this, but only if we tell you up front.

Please see our Caring For It page. It provides a wealth of information pertaining to caring for your stone.

Rugs are a good idea to catch dirt and grit. However, there are a few things to keep in mind. It is important to use rug holders/pads designed to go under rugs to keep them in place. Sliding rugs are not only dangerous, they are a constant source of new scratches. You should not use rugs that are backed with rubber or latex. They can eventually discolor your stone flooring.

There is little to no dust created during the restoration process.  We use diamond abrasives, water and special equipment to make your restoration dust free.

Yes. The yellowing is caused by layers of coatings and wax that collect dirt and grime, making it yellow. Terrazzo can be restored using the same process that is used in restoring marble and granite. It can be honed and polished, using a natural polishing process, to achieve a gloss or matte finish — according to your preference.

Yes. Elite Stone and Tile Care has the knowlege and tools to fix your cracked granite.

Frequently Asked Questions