Government buildings stand by a code like those who walk their halls. However, those halls don’t have to be lackluster or outdated. To reflect the respect that your government building deserves, marble and stone restoration is the long-term solution.
Marble Doctor can restore, refinish, or repair the marble or stone in your government building using efficient, high quality techniques for any project.
To complement stone repair, we resurface stone by honing the material to its original luster using grit industrial diamond pads and water. This reaches an even and consistent finish, preps stone for further honing or polishing, and ensures finishing consistency and color match.
Natural stone and cast concrete require special attention. We gently yet effectively remove stains from these surfaces using poultices and specific additives. This is the ultimate solution for stone statues, sealed countertops, and cast concrete walls.
We offer interior and exterior cleaning to renew areas in need with the latest amount of impact to everyday traffic. Using natural pH cleaners and industry-standard stone-specific impregnating sealers, we clean residual organic compounds and seal for protection and resistance.
Our stone maintenance expertise ensures that your commercial walls, floors, and other surfaces areas of interest look their best for visitors.
At Marble Doctor, we do everything by hand. We perform color match epoxy repairs to broken tiles, tables, and slabs. To complement this process, we also resurface stone to ensure finishing consistency and near-perfect color match.
We create custom Maintenance Prescription Programs that are tailored to the traffic pattern of your floor. We work with on-site staff to ensure the floor is cleaned and maintained between visits and to avoid large natural stone replacement from cracking, spalling, or breaking.
Marble Doctor can help restore, refinish, and refine a variety of surfaces for your home or commercial building. We provide expertise in all natural stone maintenance and refurbishment of these fine surfaces.