DEFINITION: Crack repair with stone refers to the process of repairing cracks or fractures in natural stone surfaces, such as marble, granite, limestone, or travertine. The repair process may involve several steps, including cleaning the crack, filling it with an appropriate filler material, and then polishing or honing the surface to restore its smooth appearance. The type of filler material used for crack repair may vary depending on the size and location of the crack, as well as the type of stone being repaired. Epoxy or resin-based fillers may be used for small cracks, while larger or deeper cracks may require the use of cementitious or grout-based fillers. The crack repair process can help to prevent further damage to the stone surface and maintain its structural integrity