Quartz Surface Restoration - Salt Lake City, Park City and the Intermountain West Region
Quartz Surface Protection and Restoration
Quartz, also known as engineered stone, is a hard, beautiful surface that is wildly popular because of the color options, easy of maintenance, and durability. But if it does become damaged, Stone and Surface Specialists has the skill to restore it.
Quartz is often called a man made-made stone or engineered stone. However, it is more accurately a hybrid stone, a cross between mother nature and man.
Quartz countertops were first invented in Italy in 1963 and today they are one the most requested household surfaces.
Depending on the manufacturer, a slab of quartz is at least 90% pulverized quartz and other aggregates, which are all natural materials. The other 3-10% are resins and binders. These materials are needed to hold the pulverized particles together and are not natural products.
Quartz is not easily damaged, but if it does need professional servicing, you can count on the experts at Stone and Surface Specialists to resolve issues.
Has your Quartz become scratched? Call us to hone out the damage and restore the finish to like new.
Are your quartz floor tiles uneven? Do you want your tile floor flattened to the grout lines to facilitate easier cleaning? Stone and Surface Specialists can grind away the excess stone (a process called lippage removal) to create a flat, level surface using state-of-the-art grinding technology. Once ground to the level and shape desired, the quartz is honed and polished to the finish that matches your surrounding tiles.
Do you have chipped quartz tiles? Are there cracks in your floor or countertops? What about broken quartz tiles? Before you replace your quartz, consider having us provide expert quartz repair services. Beyond Stone Solutions can fill chips in quartz, fix quartz cracks and chips, blending the repair site with the surrounding area, and honing and polishing it to match the finish on the rest of your marble floor, countertop or other stone surface.
Quartz Stain Removal
Stone and Surface Specialists can remove quartz stains, as well as quartz discolorations. Whether you are seeking guidance on how to do this yourself or want us to treat your quartz, the original finish of your engineered stone can be restored.
Quartz Tile Replacement
Although it is rare for a quartz tile to be beyond repair, sometimes tile replacement is necessary. Our craftsmen can, in many cases, remove your affected tile without damaging neighboring tiles, install the new tile, level the newly installed tile with the surrounding area, and then match the finish as closely as possible. Unless you have an extra tile from the original lot to install, replacement tiles will likely be noticeably different. Even if you purchase the same tile by name from the same manufacturer, the color may not be quite the same as there are variances within lots and from lot to lot as well. Have no fear, our professional technicians have the knowledge, experience, and skills to get your quartz looking sharp again.