Not Every Counter Gets a Polish

Not Every Counter Gets a Polish

The most common finish for marble countertops is the high gloss polished finish. When done correctly this finish yeilds high level details in the reflection. Trees, leaves and clouds can be seen in the reflection when looking through a window. Extreme details in the lighting fistures over head... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 7-14-2017

Not Every Counter Gets Polished

Not Every Counter Gets Polished

Not every countertop gets polished. This is a white carrara island that we recently refinished for a customer of ours. Rather than taking it to a high gloss polish we left it at a Satin Finish. The care instructions for a matte or satin finish are the same... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 7-14-2017

We Do Large Scale Commercial Work Too

We Do Large Scale Commercial Work Too

Commercial projects provide special challenges. This is a lobby of a very busy downtown hotel. One of the challenges on this project is that we had to work over night to minimize impact to the customer. We were on this project for a full week. Sunday night... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 7-11-2017

Not Every Floor Needs to Be Refinished

Not Every Floor Needs to Be Refinished

NOT EVERY FLOOR NEEDS TO BE REFINISHED Though the most common service we provide for our customers with dirty or worn natrual stone floors. Though this is often necessary to get gid of chemical etching and scratches a full resotration is not always the only solution. The limestone... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 6-19-2017

Water Damage

Water Damage

Why is it important to pay attention to the cualking in your shower? Because little becomes big. As the caulking in your shower ages it cracks and breaks loose from the seam area. This allows water to get behind the tiles. Not right away but eventually that water... [read more]

By Josh 6-6-2017

CATEGORIES: care tips

Cautionary Tale

Cautionary Tale

Here is an example of why hiring a professional is important. Take a close look at the picture. That's granite dust all over a customer's kitchen. The customer had a old white under mount sink that had fallen loose. Rather than just fixing the existing sink they opted... [read more]

By Josh 6-2-2017

Countertop Care Quick Tips

Countertop Care Quick Tips

So you now have a beutiful countertop. It was scratched and etched and now it is looking as good as the day it was installed. Here are a couple quick care tips that will help you keep the counters looking great. 1. Wipe up spills as quickley as... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 5-22-2017

Do The Details Matter?

Do The Details Matter

Marble floors come in all shapes and sizes. One of the most common surfaces we work on is called Crema Marfil. It is a tan marble with light tan veining. It is a straight forward surface for us to work on. However there are ways that a... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 5-10-2017

CATEGORIES: Marble Care Denver, Marble Polishing Denver, Project Profiles

Advantages and Disadvantages to Marble

Advantages and Disadvantages to Marble

Marble is a beautiful stone. It’s unique way of being created is what makes it so beautiful. It’s formed from either dolomite rock or limestone that is subjected to extreme heat and pressure. With these conditions, it causes the rock to transform, creating the distinctive veining that makes... [read more]

By Stone Restoration Works 4-17-2017

About Us

About Us

Owners Josh and Veronica Huseby and the kids, Levi and Mila This is our family at Grand Lake in the fall of 2014. Together we make up the ownership of Stone Restoration Works. The text below is a brief story about the company that was published in Douglas... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 1-11-2017

CATEGORIES: about, Introduction

Stone Restoration Works Blog, Latest News in Community and in Stone

Our techniques are the same ones that have been used by Italian Master for centuries. We service all types of natural stones and concrete. Our process is free of corrosive acids and chemicals.


Stone Restoration Works Blog, Latest News in Community and in Stone

We use a proven five-step process to turn back the clock on your stone, extending its life and keeping it as beautiful as it can possibly be for as long as possible.