Stone Restoration Professionals

Commercial and Residential Natural Stone Restoration

From marble floor polishing and honing to kitchen granite countertop refinishing, Boston Stone Restoration is known as the best stone care professionals in the area.


Boston Stone Restoration is New England’s leading granite, marble, and natural stone restoration company since 2003.

Freshly honed and polished stone has a way of making a place feel new and welcoming again. Give us a call or email today to find out more. We specialize in polishing, repair, sealing, cleaning and renovation of marble, granite, terrazzo and other natural stone floors, countertops, tile and solid surfaces.

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Our team knows stone best in Boston!

Call us at (781) 793-0700

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Commercial & Facilities Stone Care Services

Offering Commercial Stone Restoration or Stone Care Service Packages for any FacilityNeed a quote or would you like to discuss your options? Call us directly at 781-793-0700.

Refresh Your Home’s Granite & Marble

Need to restore your granite countertops or marble bath? Maybe you’ve got stone tile that needs refinishing. Get a quote! We are a locally owned, fully insured, professional stone care company with excellent references. 

Get 10% OFF* Any March Stone Refinishing

BOOK FOR MARCH AND SAVE Book a March 2018 appointment to take 10% off your project. Call 781-793-0700 or click today for a quote. The spring holidays are early this year so take advantage and book one of our March appointments today! Has your marble lost its luster?...

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These country club vanities are now care free!

Black Rock Country Club in Hingham, MA contracted Boston Stone Restoration to apply Clearstone to the multiple vanities in the men's and ladies locker rooms. Cleartone comes with a 10-year manufacturers warranty against etching and staining so it is perfect for high...

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What is Soapstone?

People fall in love with soapstone for good reason. The finished surface of soapstone feels like a dry bar of soap, it is impervious to most types of liquids and chemicals and is heat resistant. Soapstone was formed from igneous rock in ancient ocean rift zones when...

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