Henderson Stone Cleaning
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Is your stone looking dingy and dusty? Feeling confused about how to clean it? Give our modern cleaning approach a try.
If your natural stone floors, countertops, or other surfaces have been damaged or have accumulated dust and grime over years of time and use, don’t despair. There is no need to replace them. At Carpet Cleaning Henderson, we have you covered. We provide expert cleaning, polishing, repair and restoration services for all of your natural stone needs.
Our experts specialize in limestone, marble, granite, travertine, slate, terrazzo, or any other natural stone surface. We can resolve virtually any problem you encounter from cracks to stains to unsightly seams. We can get your floors and other surfaces back to their brand new luster for a fraction of the cost of replacement.
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If it’s natural stone, we have you covered. We offer premier cleaning and restoration for all of your natural stone surfaces throughout your home. Before you replace it, consider having it restored to its natural luster and original shine.
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Travertine, Terrazzo, Limestone, Marble
Travertine and terrazzo should be professionally serviced every two years. Replacement can often be avoided with regular service and maintenance. We examine your floors to determine the best way to bring them back to life regardless of the type of stone.
We understand that marbe can become etched or scratched, and we have the expertise to repair these surfaces as well. Limestone can last a lifetime with appropriate regular maintenance.
Tile and Grout too
In addition, tile is a beautiful addition to kitchens, bathrooms, lobbies, and more. However, when it becomes dingy, especially in the grout lines, it becomes an eyesore and harbors odors and bacterias in the nooks and crannies that can create an unhealthy living or working environment.
We deep clean, then seal the grout with clear or colored grout sealant to protect it from future staining or bacteria growth. Not only do we make sure your grout and tile look clean and inviting, but we also ensure that it is clean and safe for you, your family, and your guests.
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We use a specialized cleaning process that is particular to your surface and the type of stone in order to maximize the cleaning process.
There is no single way to clean any particular stone surface. Stone is naturally porous and needs to be treated with care. The pores are what make natural stone difficult to keep clean with standard maintenance cleaning. We customize the cleaning to meet your needs to make sure we get it as clean as possible.
We begin by cleaning any grout lines with a pre spray treatment to loosen any debris that is stuck in the grout.
We then extract the dirt and grime from the stone using a high pressure rotary wand.
Finally, we use a multi step polishing process to get your stone and grout back to its beautiful original finish. We use a series of buffer pads to polish your stone removing any etching or small scratches in the process.
Attention to Detail
There may be some places that our tools and buffers cannot reach. Our experts will hand polish these areas to make sure that every inch of your natural stone is clean and polished.
Expertise from start to finish
From floors and countertops to showers and walls, you name it, we have you covered. If it is natural stone, tile, or grout, we can hone, polish, restore, clean, repair, and seal to make you fall in love with your stone and tile all over again- all while saving you money by keeping you from having to replace your surfaces.
We don’t just clean and seal residential stone. We also help businesses keep their stone surfaces looking fresh and clean.
Since standard cleaners cannot keep your stone surfaces clean, it is particularly important for business to schedule routine cleaning and maintenance in order to keep their natural stone surfaces looking beautiful and lasting a lifetime.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Cleaning and maintaining your natural stone may seem daunting. Find some of our most frequently answered questions below.
How often should I have my natural stone surfaces sealed?
It is recommended that darker colored granite be sealed every other year. Lighter colors should be sealed more often- probably annually. White marble and other lighter colored stones such as limestone or travertine should be sealed twice a year.
What should I do if my granite countertops have lost their original shine?
Granite typically dulls due to build up of everyday cleaners or using incorrect cleaners on your granite surfaces. Many “daily cleaners” or “clean and polish” products dull the finish on your granite and cause a build up that reduces the shine. We recommend scheduling a deep cleaning with one of our experts to remove build up of coatings, grime, and any other products.
May I use Windex to clean my granite or marble countertops?
Although Windex is commonly used and can be used to clean granite, it doesn quickly break down the sealer due to the high alcohol content, and you will need to seal more often. Since Windex does typically contain ammonia, it will etch or scratch other natural stone and is not recommended to these surfaces- particularly marble and other calcium based surfaces.
I heard that granite is porous. Does granite harbor bacteria?
No. There have been numerous independent studies that have proven that granite does not harbor any more bacteria than stainless steel. It is recommended to use a quality penetrating sealer to protect the porous surface from any bacterial growth.