Real marble and granite polishing and repair in Martin County
Can you repair broken marble?
Marble and granite are highly sought-after materials, which makes real marble and granite polishing and repair in Martin County a necessity. As marble veins and granite flecks are so unique, homeowners worry that repairing them will leave ugly patches on the surface.
Marble and granite have many things in common. They are natural stones, they are beautiful and elegant, they will add value to a property, and they are strong, relatively heat and scratch proof. Nonetheless, there are also many differences between them.
These differences stem from their creation. Granite originates when molten magma cools and solidifies over a period of millions of years. Marble is the stone that results when limestone transforms under intense heat and pressure.
As a consequence of these different processes, granite is harder and has low porosity. Therefore, it’s very resistant to scratches, stains, abrasion, and heat, while also being very easy to clean.
Conversely, marble is more porous than granite, which means it can stain more easily. It’s also softer, so placing it in a high-traffic area will result in scratches and discoloration. Common kitchen activities, like cutting with knives, can cause abrasion.
For that reason, you see more cases of chipped, scratched or even broken marble. You also see many people opting to replace their marble surface for a new one, because they don’t believe it can be easily repaired.
However, while marble is not easy to repair by DIY methods, it’s not impossible either. You can fix scratches, chips and cracks with epoxy resin. This also applies to granite slabs. Real marble and granite polishing and repair in Martin County will leave your stone surface like new.
Surface Specialists of the Treasure Coast can give you a hand with that!
We are experts at repairing and refinishing kitchen and bathroom surfaces to look like new, a process commonly referred to as refinishing, reglazing, resurfacing, or painting. Surface Specialists locations have been providing this service across the US for 35 years.
When we refinish your real marble or granite surface, it is done in place, which saves you from additional expenses involved in typical remodeling. Tour our website or call us to find out more about the benefits of our repair and refinishing services.
Call Surface Specialist of the Treasure Coast for the best real marble and granite polishing and repair in Martin County!