Americans have long embraced natural stones: marble, granite, limestone etc. Their overwhelming choice is marble, which is available in a wide variety of colors and patterns. With the technological advances in quarrying and finishing natural stone, marble has become very cost competitive. In many cases, quality marble will cost less than artificial stone. Architects and designers today are discovering countless creative applications for marble, granite and tile in the home as well as in commercial locations. These applications however are only effective when the stone properly cared for. Well-preserved stone not only enhances the beauty of your home, but also can raise your home's value exponentially. Your marble is a valuable investment and can be damaged by wear, exposure, improper maintenance, using the wrong cleaning chemicals, scratching, staining and etching can reduce the most beautiful stone products to a dull lifeless surface. Almost without exception these surfaces can be restored by us to their original beauty and shine. In addition, poor installation technique, improper maintenance, settling or warping of the stone can result in an irregular and uneven surface. We can grind many of such surfaces to their original flatness and polish the surfaces to reveal their original luster and shine.