Stone countertops, continually exposed to oily or dye-containing substances, are subject to staining. Read this article to learn about countertop protection.
Some natural stones that are definitely not granite are being sold as if they were. Here are some ways you may be able to tell whether it really is granite.
Learn how to clean up bird droppings on natural stone, remove the stains that may persist after cleaning, and avoid having to do the same thing again next week.
Streaking is a cloudy, uneven pattern on the surface of natural stone floors. This article explains the causes of streaking and what you can do to get rid of it.
Read this article to learn about cleaning methods that can cause an unsightly appearance or even permanent damage to tile and grout.
Here’s what you need to know if you currently have or are considering more than one type of stone for floors or other applications.
Property owners and managers are often “up-sold” specialized services for natural stone by well-intentioned but unqualified janitorial and cleaning services.
Methods for cleaning and care of kitchen backsplashes vary, depending on what type of backsplash you have. Read this article for our recommendations.
Differences between porcelain and ceramic can impact the cost, appearance, and longevity of your installation. Read this article for important info you should know.
Before you think about having tile or carpet installed over the terrazzo because of a stain, consider these simple, cost-saving alternatives.