What floors can Bluegreen polish?
All varieties of marble can be polished. Black marble and other similar dark marble are the most difficult floors to polish.
Terrazzo floors are most often found in schools and public buildings due to their durability and beauty. Nearly all terrazzo floors can be polished or honed.
Limestone, Granite, Quartz, Travertine and even concrete floors can be polished. However, an inspection is required to confirm the ability to bring a shine to your floor. Call today for a free on-site estimate.
Marble Honing vs Polishing?
Most people just want their marble floors to look shiny and the scratches removed. So it is important to know that there is a difference in marble grinding, marble honing, and marble polishing. The marble grinding process removes the deep scratches from the tile. Marble honing will remove the surface scratches and will leave the tile in a honed look or a dull look. Marble polishing will restore the luster and shine of the marble, making the floor look new again.
In Wisconsin, there are only a few companies around that can polish marble and a bunch that can clean marble, but Bluegreen is the only company that has the equipment to do a deep clean of the marble and grout and then do a deep polish. We can even color stain the grout if necessary to make your floors look new again.
Bluegreen is also certified and experienced to install and apply the 3M stone care system, which will also protect your marble and make it look glossy. Need someone to restore your marble floor? Call us today!
When we come to your home or business, we will treat your space with care and respect by properly protecting corners and edges, using walk off mats and BEING professional. We will not embarrass your co-workers or clients.
At Bluegreen we LIVE professionalism.
Our 12 Step Commercial Marble Polishing Process
Our technicians will do a pre-service inspection walk through with you, confirm the expectations for the job, and add any last minute requests.
Walk-off mats and corner guards are put into place to protect walls, corners, and office furniture
Remove all furniture from the marble or stone floor
Clean the marble and grout. If the grout doesn’t clean effectively, we offer the ability to color seal the grout
Grind the marble or stone floor down to remove all deep scratches
Repair any chips or holes in the marble or stone floor
Hone the marble floor to allow for the final polishing
Remove all marble dust and vacuum the surface
The final polish will bring the floor back to the shine that you desire
Rinse and neutralize the floor to make sure the floor is pH balanced
Replace all furniture back on the marble or stone floor immediately following the final rinse
Area rugs can be replaced on the marble or stone floor upon completion