Travertine Had Dirty Grout Lines
The porous grout lines of this travertine floor had become unsightly and unsanitary because of embedded food and drink spills and contaminants. The San Diego homeowners contacted us to find out whether we could make their floors look as good as the day the travertine had been installed. We assured them our highly-trained technicians would be able to give their travertine the look they wanted.
Our Travertine Restoration Process
Even years of dirty build-up don’t stand a chance against our extremely effective travertine restoration process. First, we honed the floors to remove any surface damage. Then, we gave the floor a very light polish to restore it to a beautiful satin finish and deep cleaned the grout lines to achieve a natural, fresh look. Our final step was to seal the floor to inhibit staining.
The homeowners loved the way their floors looked when we were done.
For more information about travertine restoration, such as etch removal, lippage removal (leveling uneven tiles), crack and chip repair, stain removal, sealing, filling naturally-occurring travertine holes, as well as honed, slightly polished, or high-gloss polished finish, watch one or more of these short videos: Floating Travertine, Travertine Strip, Hone, and Repolish, and Travertine Repair, Restoration, and Polishing or visit our Travertine Services page.