BASED IN FLACKWELL HEATH BUT COVER A RADIUS OF 40 MILES.
Is a sedimentary rock and is composed of calcium carbonate and is occasionally mistaken for marble, but it doesn't have strong veining characteristics.
Limestone forms in warm, shallow waters from the accumulation of shells and coral, due to this limestone will quite often have aquatic fossils and shells imprinted into the stone.
Limestone is porous and can stain easily, acidic liquids such as vinegar and citrus juices can etch the stone, once cleaned we recommend protecting the stone using an impregnator sealer, which will allow the natural stone to breathe and then maintain using a PH neutral cleaner.
We ask for all your furniture and valuable items to be removed prior to commencement of work.
We will then ensure your walls, skirting and kickboards are suitably protected using plastic sheeting and low tack tape, the floor is then prepared by vacuuming to remove all dry soil and grit.
Any old sealer and waxes are stripped back to expose the original floor surface, using the appropriate professional cleaning solution and floor pad/brush the floor and grout lines are deep cleaned using mechanical agitation, the floor is then rinsed, neutralized and extracted using a high powered wet extraction system.
The floor is speed dried using industrial air movers, once the floor is dry, the tile and grout are checked using a moisture meter, the floor can then be sealed using an impregnator seal to protect against oil and staining.
Limestone is a soft porous stone and is easily marked and scratched, we at Pro StoneClean are able to remove scratches and marks using various techniques, including diamond abrasive pads to resurface the stone, the floor can then be finished to a honed, satin or semi-polished finish, alternately the floor can have a matt or satin wax applied after sealing the stone with an impregnator seal.