September 23, 2016This homeowner from Houston, the Magnolia City, had been renting his house to a big family with five small children for the last eight years. We all know babies and toddlers can be messy, spill and drop things such as food, paint, drinks, and many other substances that can stain any surface they touch. This home's kitchen floor – once a beautiful, sparkling, yellow marble tile floor – had become dull and stained, and the grout lines were dirty beyond description. After much effort, the tenants had managed to buy their own place and moved out, leaving the house with the normal wear and tear caused by years of use, combined with the lack of professional maintenance. Many people believe that once a marble surface has been installed, it does not need any sort of maintenance, and this couldn't be further from the truth. All stone surfaces need care, and marble is no exception. After the house became vacant, the owner decided to put it up for sale, but before that, the entire home needed a bit of maintenance. The overall state of the house was not so bad, so the homeowner could do most of the work himself, such as painting all the walls, fixing the piping, and checking the electrical system. The floors were a different story. While most of the floors around the house had been fairly maintained by the family, the kitchen floor needed some serious work. So, he decided to get the help of professionals. He contacted us after finding the Sir Grout Houston website by searching for Houston stone polishing services online. He checked our website, read a couple of our blog posts about our work on marble surfaces, and gave us a call to set up a date for a free evaluation.
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