The Complete Stone Restoration Company

Serving Chicagoland since 1987

Stone Pigmentation and Color Enhancement

Sungloss Marble Company, natural stone restoration and rehabilitation experts in Chicago, offers a pigmentation process which allows us to enhance and, within a certain range, change the color naturally present in marble, limestone, slate and terrazzo as well as other natural stone surfaces.

This process is of particular interest to clients who wish to enhance the look of the veins present in their stone floors, walls, counters and tubs. Our specialists work with our clients to try and find the best way possible of enhancing their stone’s appearance to match their design situation’s particular needs.

Key Benefits:

  • Color enhancement
  • Some colour changing possibilities
  • Vein enhancement

Capabilities:
Safe, non-toxic and very beautiful process.

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