Etna Stone Sealing
Looking for professional Etna stone sealing service to protect your delicate stone surfaces?
At Sir Grout Pittsburgh we understand most natural stone surfaces are porous, and if left exposed, will absorb water, dirt and other fluids such as grease, oil, wine, etc. A high-quality Etna Stone sealing treatment will save your stone from exposure, and protect the luster of the natural grain or finish of your stone, no matter the type.
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Dale V - Pittsburgh, PASeptember 12, 2022
The team did a GREAT job!!! I am VERY pleased with the manner in which the work was completed AND in the work itself!!! I will be having them back FOR SURE to do the rest of my floor tiles and kitchen stone.
Sir Grout Pittsburgh's Etna Stone sealing team of experienced technicians uses superior products and exceptional techniques to provide an unmatched level of protection to both the appearance and endurance of these hard yet delicate surfaces.
Whether it's marble, granite, limestone, travertine, serpentine, onyx, slate, or any other natural stone, our team of well-trained Etna Stone sealing specialists can protect it against staining and corrosion, and simplify the cleaning process.
Sir Grout Pittsburgh understands that your stone and tile floors, kitchen, bath and work surfaces represent a significant investment in your home or business. To meet this need, our Etna stone sealing technicians provide a diversity of products for different types of stone.
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Sir Grout's unique water-born polymer sealant, Tile Armor, prevents soil penetration into stone, giving maximum protection. The striking stone surface's look will not be altered by this non-flammable, odorless sealer. This Tile Armor treatment, provided by Etna stone sealing specialists, insures preservation against stains and dirt penetration for 12-18 months. The surface of polished stones will be saved without altering their striking appearance.
Our Etna Stone Sealing treatment for cleft stones is a case-by-case process used to treat the unique needs of cleft stones, including slates and quartzite. Since they are highly exposed, these stones may need other types of sealants to protect and return luster to the stone surfaces. These stone surfaces will be treated under expert Etna stone sealing advisement.
With nearly a decade of experience in this highly-specialized field, Sir Grout's Etna stone sealing team will make luxurious stone surfaces easy to maintain. We are dedicated to hard surface preservation, and only use the finest, professional-grade products to protect your stone.
Call Sir Grout Pittsburgh at (412) 927-0202
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