Our team at Boston Stone Restoration got to work on their favorite type of project, restoring a 100 year old mosaic floor in a library in Franconia, NH. The Abbie Greenleaf Library was donated to the town in 1912 by Charles H Greenleaf, who named it in honor of his first wife. It consisted of three rooms, a reading room, a stack room and a central vestibule with circulating desk. The building also has stained glass windows and mahogany woodwork. But the most outstanding feature is the mosaic floor. Evidently the floor was inspired by the marble room in the Massachusetts State House.
The results speak for themselves. If you have any type of stone floor with a wax build up that needs to be professionally stripped, and restored we are the company to call! Just ask anyone who walks into the Abbie Greenleaf Library!