The Stone Restoration & Protection ExpertsHave marble, terrazzo, slate, travertine, limestone, or other natural stones requiring refinishing, repair, polishing, or protection? Our services are available for both residential and commercial properties.
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DON’T REPLACE, RESTORE & PROTECT
New England’s leading marble, terrazzo and natural stone restoration company
Whether you need your scratched or etched stone restored to its original beauty, want a new finish applied, or need help maintaining your natural stone surfaces, Boston Stone Restoration can help. We have the passion for beautifying natural stone combined with the expertise and resources necessary to provide superior service every time.
Give us a call or email today to find out more. We specialize in polishing, repair, sealing, cleaning and protecting marble, slate, travertine, terrazzo and other natural stone floors, countertops, tile and solid surfaces.
From Boston to Cape Cod to Providence, we provide stone restoration and protection to residential and commercial properties all over eastern New England. Whether it’s a ballroom floor that needs polishing or countertops that need refinishing, we’ll do it right the first time.
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News & Tips
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