Your answer to easy maintenance. Customized cleaning plans for your sensitive natural stone floors.
Has your stone lost its natural beauty?
Stone floors, including marble, limestone, travertine, slate, and granite, can last forever if they are adequately cared for and maintained. Unfortunately, one of the biggest mistakes commercial businesses make is not hiring the right professionals to care for this legacy flooring.
Odds are, your existing cleaning services are responsible for the basic mopping and care of your flooring. But, stone flooring needs more than basic cleaning.
Stone is porous and susceptible to stains, damage, and wear. These floors need special attention to extend their lifespan, prevent staining, and ensure your floors look their best. Letting the wrong people care for your flooring can lead to unnecessary damage. It would be best to have surface care experts, such as Corporate Care, who are specially trained to care for all types of natural stone floors.
Enhance your natural stone floors with our customized cleaning and maintenance plan!
Due to the complex chemical makeup of natural stones such as travertine and flagstone, you need to treat your floor with expert cleaning and maintenance methods. Our IICRC®-certified teams have extensive training, the right equipment, chemistry, and expertise to clean and restore natural stone floors and grout without causing any damage.
After assessing the condition and stone type, our dedicated team will perform a deep restorative scrub and wash using a natural, stone-safe cleaner before applying a penetrating sealer and polishing for an incredible luster. Let our experts design a proactive care plan that fits your needs and budget. All maintenance plans come with an appearance warranty.
- Avoid damage using incorrect cleaning methods
- Extend the lifespan of your natural stone floor
- Remove years of built-up dirt in your grout
- Avoid the cost of replacement – revitalize instead
- Support your janitorial team with stone care training
The ultimate protection for your natural stone floors
One of the biggest misconceptions about stone floors is that stone floors are stain-resistant. Many common stone flooring materials are porous, including marble, granite, and limestone, which means they can absorb liquids spilled on them. Using a sealer will penetrate the pores of your stone and help keep your natural stone looking newer for longer, minimize stains and scratches, and help reduce dirt and grime build-up.
Stone floors need to be regularly sealed to keep them looking their best and protect them against elements that may harm them. Sealing and protecting your natural stone tiles is one of the many services that Corporate Care offers.
Targeted maintenance. Lasting results. Great impressions.
High quality. Fair price. Legendary service.
Specialty surface care is about augmenting and supporting your current cleaning protocols. As deep cleaning specialists, we pride ourselves on delivering stunning results with sustainable solutions that are easy to maintain.
Corporate Care has the highest staff retention rates of any specialty surface care company in the US. Our Care Team averages 12+ years with the company!
We show up on time. Keep our promises. No Excuses.
Join us in our commitment to corporate sustainability
Stone flooring is one of the most sustainable flooring options on the market, and it is natural and long-lasting. This type of flooring does not get replaced when it looks worn or run down. Instead, restoration by honing and polishing is the most common solution to revitalize natural stone.
The Corporate Care team is always looking for ways to increase our sustainability and reduce our impact on the planet. We strive to clean efficiently and do not use harsh chemical cleaners. We use low water cleaning methods, and our cleaning methods are designed to help save on labor and energy.
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Frequently Asked Natural Stone Flooring Questions
The first step is to scrub the floor with an appropriate stone cleaner. We can then seal the stone with a penetrating sealer that also enhances the floor's shine. Our team can also scrub and polish the floor using diamond pads, non-wax compounds, or resin bond diamonds if needed. We can also apply performance coatings, color enhancers, and slip and fall treatments.
We advise against using cleaners with too much acid, ammonia, or bleach as these can be harmful to your natural stone. Instead, use warm water and a soft cloth with neutral pH solutions for best results.
First, we will assess the type of natural stone you have and its condition. Some natural stone needs just a deep clean, buff, and polish to bring back their shine, but typically we will apply a special sealer to add a new gloss finish.
Take a look at your stone floors. Do they look as good as they should? If you see imperfections on the floors, including staining, etching, or pitting, or your floor does not look as shiny and lustrous as you desire, your floor can benefit from the cleaning services Corporate Care offers.
There are several benefits associated with properly maintaining your natural stone tile floors. Properly maintaining your floors helps extend the flooring material's lifespan, helping it to last as long as possible. Regular maintenance also reduces the cost of repairs and restoration services your flooring may need in the future. The final benefit of natural stone tile maintenance is keeping your floor looking its best.