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Feb 22, 2023

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Massachusetts and Southern New England

If you’re looking to update the look of your Southern New England home’s kitchen or bathroom, refinishing your stone countertops could be an excellent option. It’s a low cost alternative to countertop replacement and can extend the life of your counters for up to 10-15 years if done properly.

tile marble boston ma cleaningThe cost savings associated with countertop refinishing versus replacement is significant – on average, homeowners can expect to save around 80% of the total cost. This option is also a major time saver, as countertop replacement requires a far greater upheaval and inconvenience of your time and personal comfort.

When it comes to refinishing natural stone countertops, it’s important to work with a professional. While it’s certainly possible to do it yourself, any errors in the grinding and honing steps can be costly and potentially destroy a $5000+ investment. It’s crucial to hire an experienced professional to ensure that the grinding and honing steps are performed correctly to create a new-looking surface.

The restoration process for natural stone countertops involves grinding, honing, polishing, and sealing. Once the stone counter has been sanded, honed, polished, and sealed, it should be good for at least a decade with proper maintenance. Routine maintenance is essential to ensure that your counters last beyond the decade mark.

Refinishing your stone countertops is an excellent option to update the look of your Southern New England home’s kitchen or bathroom. It’s a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to countertop replacement, and can extend the life of your counters for up to 10-15 years if done correctly. Don’t hesitate to hire a professional for natural stone refinishing and always remember to maintain your countertops to ensure their longevity.

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