Natural Stone Reclamation

I was curious about how marble is recycled—it is a natural product we work with every day, but don’t often realize how sustainable it is as an architectural material. A brief Google search produced a few webpages, some unexpected topics on marble reclamation: A story from Emory University about recycling marble flooring in a historic […]

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Financial Considerations and Stone Care in Today’s Economy

In the current atmosphere of financial uncertainty, homeowners may find themselves putting off all but the most critical contractor work. There are a few things to think about when deciding to postpone stone restoration. We’ve seen a whole range of stone wear, and some circumstances warrant more concern than others. High traffic or what I […]

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More on sustainability and Natural Stone

Being green is about more than just making claims and creative packaging. The use of natural stone–i.e. marble, granite, slate and the like–as a building material is a very sustainable practice.  According to a study conducted by the Association of Home Builders while most estimates indicate a 50-year lifetime for other flooring materials, properly cared-for […]

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Sungloss Marble Company

For almost 20 years Sungloss Marble Company has been maintaining and beautifying natural stone surfaces in Chicago and its surrounding areas.  Leading the pack in the field of marble, granite, limestone, terrazzo and other stone restoration our company has worked with large commercial organizations and private residents to clean, polish, seal and repair the luster […]

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Q. Can my granite countertop be repaired?

(Featured in Chicago Home + Garden)

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The Rock Beat: With Marble on a Roll, Maintenance Snowballs

(Featured in Chicago Lerner – By Brian Edwards)

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Tackling CTA Grime Rate: Rider Offers Free Cleanup at L Stop

(Featured in Chicago Sun-Times – By Micheal Gillis)

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Marble’s Beauty: Lower Price Increases Use in Residences

(Featured in Chicago Tribune – By Chris Larson)

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