The Marble Restoration Company of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley’s expertly trained technicians are specialists in the art of transforming scratched, etched, cracked, or damaged marble.

During our combined 40 years of experience, we have developed an exceptionally successful marble restoration process to clean, polish, shine, and seal marble to maximize and enhance its beauty and durability.

The Marble Restoration Company team can also repair virtually any type of damage to your marble.  In addition to natural stone restorations, we repair cracks, chips, discoloration and more!  Our crew takes no shortcuts and will scrub, repair and restore your marble, grout lines, caulk and more!  To learn about our repair services, please visit our Chip Repair, Cleaning, Sealing, Coloring and Polishing Services page.

Nothing makes us happier than amazed clients exclaiming “WOW!” when they see their beautifully restored marble.

Our marble care and restoration methods employ state-of-the-art technologies and equipment to protect and preserve your marble floors, counters, vanities, showers, stairs, fireplaces, and more; if it’s made of marble, we’ll make it like new again!

The Marble Restoration Process

Marble Cleaning

Before we start any restoration or polishing process, the first step is to clean the marble surfaces. Not all natural stones are the same, and different stones require different cleaning procedures. Our cleaning process ensures that no acidic cleaners are used that can contribute to etching and dulling the marble surface. Additional cleaners may be used to help remove stains and discoloration.

Marble Repair

Repairing chips, cracks and other damage to marble surfaces can be performed in many different ways. Special compounds and materials may be used to fix a crack, while others perform best on a chip or damaged corner. The experts at The Marble Restoration Company will determine the best approach to repairing the marble surface to restore its beauty and style.

Marble Honing

Marble floors and surfaces become dull over time when the stone erodes from dirt, sand, shoes and other contact. The honing process serves two purposes: repairing and preparing the surface for polish. Using abrasive diamond impregnated pads and stones attached to an oscillating tool, the honing process levels out the surface, removes scratches and etches, and leaves a smooth finish that is ready for the polishing phase.

Marble Polishing and Buffing

To restore the marble surface to its best condition, the polish process returns the luster and shine to the floor, countertop, or tile surface. Multiple passes of high-quality polishing compounds are applied to the marble surface and restore the shine. The buffing process is also known as crystallization, which helps give the marble a mirror-like shine and reflection. If a honed or satin finish is required, our final step will be to buff with honing powders to achieve the client’s desired finish.

Marble Sealing

To help protect the marble surface from oils and water damage, etching and general use, sealing the surface is always recommended. Our industrial strength sealants help ensure a quality finish to the marble surface for a long time to come. The sealant may be dry to the touch after application, but typically requires some time to cure and harden. We provide instructions following the sealing process so you know when the curing process has been completed and regular use of your marble surface can resume. We recommend a maintenance program for marble, which requires sealing on a regular basis.

The Marble Maintenance Myth

You may have been told that marble needs no maintenance. Wrong! Caring for marble so it always looks fabulous requires occasional TLC. Marble is a soft, natural stone that will eventually dull, etch, or scratch. Once damage occurs, a full marble restoration is required. After our professional team performs the necessary steps to restore your marble to its original beauty, our technicians will educate you with simple stone and tile care tips so you can keep your marble looking like it was just installed.