Do you have a white film or scaly buildup on your tile or stone shower? That’s calcium deposits. Here are some DIY solutions you can try yourself to remove them before you reach out for professional services.
There are many wrong ways to clean natural stone, which is why we recommend leaving heavy cleaning to an experienced stone restoration professional. Steam cleaning should be used with care and sparingly, or better yet, not at all.
With an abundance of skin cleaning products on the market, from bars and scrubs to foams and gels, knowing which ones to avoid using around your natural stone can be tricky. This article provides the details you need.
Choosing the right natural stone finish for your intended use is essential. Our glossary of finishes will help you understand natural stone finishes and what finish is best for your purposes.
Choosing a stone restoration contractor by comparing bids based on price only can be a costly mistake. Here are three tips for comparing stone restoration bids.
What is that green and black stuff that grows on pool decks? Read this article to learn what it is, how to remove it, and how to minimize the likelihood of future discoloration.
If your grout looks dirty or seems to be a dirt magnet, there are real, lasting solutions available. Read this article to learn how to resolve dirty grout problems once and for all.
Are you considering natural stone as a material for your kitchen or bath new construction or renovation plans? You’ll need to enlist the services of both a stone fabricator and a stone restoration contractor. Here are the details.
Thinking about purchasing new countertops? You’re going to love the SurpHace BUZZ magazine Kitchen Countertop edition! When you begin your search for the right countertop material for your new kitchen, it is important to educate yourself on all your options before you make your selection.
For anyone considering having limestone installed, as well as anyone with an existing installation, read this article to learn where limestone works best, why limestone is not suitable for wet areas, and how to care for limestone.