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Temple, Synagogue and Church Stone Restoration

May 11, 2021

Some of the most beautiful structures in New England are our temples, synagogues and churches.  Adorned with alabaster, marble and other natural stone, we are often brought in to restore and polish stonework like Mount Alvernia High School chapel in Newton, Saint Adelade in Peabody or Immaculate Conception Parish in Newburyport.

Boston Stone Restoration has a long history of working with houses of worship and we take seriously the responsibility of restoring sacred spaces. 

We take pride in restoring marble altars, marble pulpits and lecterns, stone baptismal fonts, refinish and re-polish statuary and structures.

We offer stone refinishing, and can re-polish natural stone walls or floors, including marble, granite and travertine. We repair chips and cracks from floors, walls and countertops and can also repair stone tile floors that have become uneven. Please call 781-793-0700 for more information or to set up an appointment.

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