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Why do I need a natural stone floor cleaning service?

Natural stone floors are one of the most elegant accents in a home. Their shine when kept clean brightens your home or office while giving a high-end look. Over time seasonal changes, weather, foot traffic, grease, dirty, and spills cause natural stone floors to lose their posh luster.

There are many types of stone used for flooring that include granite, travertine, marble, limestone, slate, and sandstone are the most popular. Because there are so many natural stone floor types, some require their own unique cleaning methods. This is based on the natural stones material make-up that includes how pores, dense, texture type, hardness, and stain resistance it is.

Granite: Granite is very dense, scratch resistant, and occurs naturally in hundreds of varieties of color and shading. Granite floors are one of the most popular types of stone flooring; granite is also often used for kitchen countertops and in some bath environments.

Limestone: Limestone is formed of sedimentary material quite often including coral and shells, and occurs naturally in a variety of subtle colors.

Marble: Marble presents an elegant, classic veined appearance. It is a relatively soft, easily–polished stone that is somewhat susceptible to scratches. The tools and techniques involved in stone floor installation can make the work area hazardous. Please make sure that your children and pets are kept completely away from the work area on installation day.

Sandstone: Sandstone is composed largely of quartz sand grains, and often has a rough, textured surface; Maintain good ventilation in the installation area for 48 to 72 hours after installation. This will allow any fumes to dissipate and any particulate dust to settle.

Slate: Slate used in flooring is actually composed of slate, quartz, and shale, and comes in a wide variety of natural colors. It is highly water resistant.

Travertine: Travertine is somewhat soft and porous and while it has the density of marble, it has a textured rather than smooth surface. When used in flooring, travertine’s natural cavities can be filled for a polished finish, or left empty to keep the original texture of the stone.

This is why it’s very important while trying to clean natural stone yourself that you understand how to clean your natural stone type using the correct methods, materials, solutions, and equipment. If not done properly, it could cost you more to have it cleaned by a professional natural stone floor cleaning service because of the damage done by improper care and cleaning.

CR Surface Care has many years cleaning all natural stone types using the proper methods, solutions, and equipment. We can remove stains, etching, scratches, and bring natural stone back to it’s… well, natural beauty.

If you’re having trouble cleaning your natural stone floors properly, consider CR Surface Care as your natural stone floors cleaning service. We’re local, affordable, friendly, and trustworthy. Contact us today and see how our customer experience and luxury cleaning service is better.

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My name if Jeff Kondra. I’m the owner operator of CR Surface Care. When you scheduling a cleaning, I’ll be the professional who will arrive at you home or business performing your scheduled cleaning. I’m dedicated to providing the absolute best service in the industry. No tricks, No gimmicks, No upsells. I’m here to stand behind my work, my company, and to make sure you receive the best service and cleaning that you’ve requested.

If you’ve never hired CR Surface Care for a cleaning, I invite and encourage you to schedule a cleaning that will make your home or business feel and look amazing when I’m done. I’m confident you will be a happy customer after one of my luxury cleaning services. I believe in using all natural cleaning agents, and committed to 100% satisfaction of our customers.