Defining a polish Clarity

Defining a polish Clarity

I always define a polish by the degree of angle required to see reflection in the surface. If you can stair straight down into the surface and see reflection you have a highly polished surface. If, however, you have to stand farther back at a wider viewing angle... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 10-15-2018

Picking the Right Vanity

Picking the Right Vanity

It is common for this time of year to do renovations to the home because of the buying and selling season of homes. This brings up a big question of what type of vanity should you put into your bathroom. When you put money into your home you... [read more]

By Stone Restoration Works 8-29-2018

How to Pick Marble Countertops?

Countertops can be very hard to pick out when it comes to having your home built or even renovated. Marble has always been a personal favorite of many homeowners because of the look and durability. However, having to choose what slab is going to go into your kitchen can... [read more]

By Stone Restoration Works 6-27-2018

Pros and Cons to Quartz and Granite

Kitchen countertops are a big deal in a home. Any family will tell you this because that’s where they spend a lot of their time. We want to help you pick the best countertops for your home that will make both everyone happy. Stone Restoration Works knows the in... [read more]

By Stone Restoration Works 5-21-2018

Saltillo Tiles

Saltillo Tiles

We don't see this type of tile often in the Denver area but when we do we are capable of handling it. Usually all that is needed is a light refresh. We clean the tile with a heavy duty alkaline cleaning agent and an abrasive pad. Once all... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 3-27-2018

Quick Tip Clean you Counters

Quick Tip Clean you Counters

This is a short post. Below is a link to a video demonstrating the use of the product we recommend for cleaning your natural stone counters https://youtu.be/5VykKlQ7SdY The daily cleaner we recommend for your marble and granite counters is called EasyOxy. It is available at the link below.... [read more]

By Josh 3-14-2018

Recent tile and grout project

Recent tile and grout project

Natural stone floors and counters are not the only surfaces we work on. Often times standard tile and grout has many of the same problems that floors of natural stone, such as travertine, do. Some porcelain and ceramic tiles can have a slight texture to them and or... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 1-2-2018

Shower Glass Restoration

Shower Glass Restoration

BEFORE DURING AFTER One of the services we can perform for our customers is a full shower glass restoration. Shower glass is often difficult for homeowners to maintain. Especially in certain parts of the front range where there is hard water. After years of daily... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 11-14-2017

CATEGORIES: Project Profiles

Other Services

Other Services

We do more that just natural stone. This is the before and after from a recently completed stamped concrete project. The homeonwer hired a contractor a couple of years ago to "stain" and reseal the concrete. The results were less than desirable. The other company applied a... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 10-24-2017

CATEGORIES: Project Profiles

Protecting Your Home

Protecting Your Home

One of the most common questions that I get asked when we visit with homeowners to do the onsitevaluations is: "Is it going to be messy/dusty?" When we refinish your countertops or floors we always use a resurfacing process that involves water. Unlike resurfacing hardwood this process is... [read more]

By Josh Huseby 10-17-2017

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.