At Sungloss Marble Restoration, we are very high on educating our customers, and have been for over 22 years. The more our customers know about the stone restoration options we can offer them, the more informed they can be when choosing how to beautify and raise the curb appeal of their property, condo, or home.
Natural stone restoration services we bring to the table include color enhancement, honing, polishing (satin or high gloss), grout cleaning, sealing, lippage removal, stone and tile cleaning, and more. We serve any and all customers who have natural stone (or even concrete) and need to make it cleaner, brighter, or last longer. Our clients range from homeowners all over Chicagoland, to large high-rise office and residential buildings in the Loop, to State and Federal buildings, to developers and construction companies looking to enhance their new construction projects (or fix a prior contractor’s goof!).
Architects and designers have hired us in LEED certification projects because of our dedication to restoring and reusing stone, knowing it saves more water and resources to beautify existing stone installations than install new ones.
In the spirit of education, our sales and office reps go the extra mile to help customers understand how to achieve the most restoration for the value. We can assist with planning cost-savings maintenance plans, also. This blog exists to educate and inform our customers about everything we can do with their marble, slate, limestone, terrazzo, granite, bluestone, onyx, ceramic, porcelain, and concrete floors, bathrooms, kitchens, lobbies, foyers, walls, countertops, and anything else made of stone!
We are happy for our Sales rep and blogger John Leonard, who is leaving us soon, and grateful for the thoughts and experiences he’s shared over the years on these pages. John responds:
Thank you to all the customers and readers for engaging in our natural stone dialogue. There have been exciting Green developments in our industry recently that I want to bring focus to. The U.S. Green Building Council has more validity in our business than ever before. Stone restoration in a renovation project is a way to achieve LEED points. The stone sealers and restoration products we use have the least environmental impact in the ten years I’ve been in this line of work, and that’s very reassuring as well. But most of all, I think the beautification and value we bring to our customers is deeper than ever. It has been a great experience to support and to be associated with the Vision of Sungloss Marble Restoration Company, and it will be close to my heart in my future endeavors.