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Sandstone Scratch Removal Athelstone - Campbelltown

sandstone Scratch Removal

Have your sandstone surfaces become scratched, stained, etched or otherwise discoloured? Has your flooring lost its shine? Perhaps your surfaces have gradually become more difficult to maintain? StoneMaster® can remove most scratches and surface damage from your sandstone surfaces in Athelstone and the surrounding areas.

When your sandstone becomes scratched, StoneMaster® can restore your stone to its beautiful original natural state. Our experienced technicians will analyse the situation and by using the best technique bring back the character of your floors. LET US FIX THE DAMAGE!

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We know stone flooring, and take pride in providing one of Australia's highest quality floor restoration services. StoneMaster® provide our scratch removal services in Athelstone and the surrounding areas.

Give us a call on 0478 085 801 and allow us to take care of everything, our knowledgeable and friendly customer service can assist you with your questions and bookings.

Installing natural stone surfaces in your home or business is one of the greatest investments you can make. The look and feel of these beautiful natural products can completely transform the mood and dynamic of any space. Installing natural stone is a financial investment with many types of material holding their value and increasing the properties value.

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Although sandstone appears to be a very hard material, it is in fact quite soft and porous. Often installed in areas of high foot traffic, sandstone will over time become scratched and etched by sand, grit and grime, which act as a virtual sandpaper. Continuous exposure to certain cleaning products and other acidic substances can eventually leave stains and etch marks. Simply dragging unprotected furniture legs or a heavy bag across a surface can leave noticeable scratching that is impossible to remove using general household cleaning materials and products.

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Stone restoration is highly specialised and a job for trained professionals. Our extensive knowledge combined with the latest state-of-the-art machinery mean that we can fix almost any problem with fantastic results.

Removing scratches, stains and etching requires a lot more than solely "cleaning", which is why you need a restoration specialist like StoneMaster® who know how to restore the character of your surfaces. StoneMaster® remove scratching, staining and etching and restore your floor to as-new condition with one of our multi-stage solutions.

Call us now for your free quote, or enquire with us online and we will call you back as soon as we can. Feel free to call us any time on 0478 085 801, at StoneMaster® we provide our Athelstone services after hours for your convenience.

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