Revive the Beauty of Your Surfaces

Your surfaces deserve to shine there brightest. Our meticulous restoration and protection process can revitalize even the most worn-out surfaces.

Over time, factors like foot traffic, weather, and stains can strip away the stone's natural luster. But fear not, our comprehensive restoration approach not only rejuvenates your concrete, tile, natural stone and hardwood, but also fortifies it against future wear and tear.

We understand that each surface is unique, which is why our seasoned experts carefully assess its composition and condition to tailor the perfect cleaning and restoration regimen. With over three decades of hands-on experience, we're here to breathe new life into your beloved surfaces.

Stone & Tile Services


The final step involves sealing the surface, safeguarding it against stains and daily wear and tear. Our array of sealing options caters to your stone's unique needs, ensuring a lasting, radiant appearance.


After cleaning, our meticulous polishing procedure elevates the stone to a dazzling high gloss finish. By eradicating any remaining flaws and scratches, we harden the surface, ensuring lasting beauty and resilience. With your stone restored to its former glory, it's primed for protection.

Deep Cleaning

Utilizing advanced equipment and potent stone cleaners, we delve deep into the pores of your stone, banishing stubborn soil and stains to reveal its true beauty. For heavily soiled surfaces and stained grout, our intensive cleaning procedures deliver unparalleled results.


Following a thorough cleaning, our precision honing process buffs the stone to a lustrous, low gloss patina finish. Say goodbye to minor scratches and imperfections as we smooth the surface, leaving behind a consistent sheen that's ready for protection.

Stone Restoration

Damaged surfaces undergo meticulous restoration using diamond abrasives and a water solution, erasing scratches and dullness to unveil the stone's original brilliance. Our gentle approach ensures no residue, preparing the surface for a radiant finish.

Stone Repair

We're masters at stone repair. Whether your stone surface is marred by scratches, etches, dullness, cracks, holes, or de-bonded tiles, we've got you covered. Our proven techniques ensure impeccable results that not only enhance the appearance but also reinforce the integrity of the affected area.

Types of Natural Stone + Tile

Natural stone is an excellent choice for flooring due to its longevity and the architectural detail it can provide. When choosing natural stone it is important to know its composition to determine the best type of stone to use for each application. Some stones are softer, more porous or less water resistant, while other stones are excellent for areas that may have more water contact, such as in a bathroom or pool deck application.


Travertine, a sedimentary rock formed by the precipitation of calcium carbonate from mineral springs or hot springs, presents a stunning blend of natural elegance and earthly charm. Its characteristic porous structure, created by the trapped gases during its formation, lends each travertine slab a distinct texture and color variation, making it a unique and versatile choice for architectural and design applications.


Limestone, primarily calcium carbonate, captivates with its simplicity and elegance. Formed over millions of years by marine organisms and sedimentation, it offers a range of colors and textures. Its versatility makes it popular for interior and exterior uses, including flooring, wall cladding, and sculpture, adding natural beauty to architectural projects.


Sandstone and flagstone, prized for their beauty and durability, are versatile natural stone materials. Sandstone, formed from compacted sand grains, offers a warm, earthy appearance and diverse colors. Flagstone, a type of sandstone, is known for its flat, irregular shape and is commonly used in pathways, patios, and landscaping projects. Both stones add timeless elegance and natural charm to any environment.


Granite, extracted directly from the earth as a natural stone, epitomizes enduring beauty and resilience. Crafted through the gradual crystallization of magma beneath the earth's crust, each granite tile boasts a unique pattern, guaranteeing individuality among every piece.


Marble, a metamorphic rock formed from limestone under heat and pressure, is renowned for its luxurious appearance and timeless elegance. Its distinctive veining and range of colors, from pristine whites to rich blacks and vibrant hues, make it a prized material for sculpture, architectural detailing, and interior design. Renowned for its durability and versatility, marble has been used for centuries to create iconic structures and works of art, adding a touch of sophistication and opulence to any space.


Ceramic and porcelain tiles are popular for their durability, versatility, and aesthetic appeal. Ceramic tiles are made from clay fired at lower temperatures, while porcelain tiles are fired at higher temperatures, making them harder and less porous. Both come in various colors, patterns, and finishes. Ceramic tiles are suitable for most indoor applications, while porcelain tiles are ideal for high-traffic areas and outdoor use due to their strength and moisture resistance.


Slate, a fine-grained metamorphic rock, is prized for its durability, versatility, and distinctive appearance. Characterized by its layered structure and earthy tones, ranging from deep grays to rich blues and greens, slate adds a touch of natural elegance to any setting. Renowned for its resistance to water and wear, slate is commonly used for roofing, flooring, wall cladding, and decorative accents, both indoors and outdoors. Whether creating a rustic pathway or an elegant interior space, slate offers timeless beauty and enduring strength.

Saltillo Tile

Saltillo tile, originating from the Mexican city of Saltillo, is a type of terracotta tile known for its rustic charm and warmth. Handcrafted from natural clay and fired at low temperatures, Saltillo tiles feature unique variations in color, texture, and shape, reflecting the traditional craftsmanship of their production. With their earthy tones and imperfect edges, Saltillo tiles bring a sense of authenticity and character to any space, making them a popular choice for flooring, countertops, and outdoor patios. Their timeless appeal and durability make them an enduring choice for adding a touch of rustic elegance to both traditional and contemporary interiors.


Quartz and quartzite are both stunning natural stone materials prized for their beauty, durability, and versatility. Quartz, engineered from crushed quartz minerals and resin, offers a wide range of colors and patterns, often mimicking the appearance of natural stone while providing enhanced durability and stain resistance. Quartzite, a metamorphic rock formed from sandstone under heat and pressure, boasts a unique blend of elegance and strength, with striking veining and vibrant colors. Both quartz and quartzite are popular choices for countertops, flooring, and wall cladding, adding a touch of sophistication and luxury to any space.

Concrete & Pavers

Concrete is an environmentally friendly and renewable material. It can be restored with professional cleaning, sealing and polish. Rather than ripping out old concrete and pouring a new slab, The Floor Maintenance Company can help and advise you how to repair any damage, fill holes, cracks or chips, smooth out surface blemishes, remove stains, add a new finish and reseal all surfaces and grout. 

Concrete, whether used in an indoor or outdoor application, provides a durable and long lasting surface that is like a blank canvas that can be turned into a myriad of colors and styles to suit your own design preferences. We can create unique flooring by adding rich color staining process and add designs from a variety of stencils or saw cuts. Faux rocks used in outdoor landscape design around pools, waterfalls and ponds tend to get calcium build-up that causes the stones to appear dull and dirty. This can be easily fixed with annual professional cleaning and resealing. With a professional power wash, colors in stonework can be revived and then re-sealed to prolong the fresh look. Faux rocks and concrete can be stained to new colors to give your outdoor area a new look.

Decorative Staining

Concrete decorative staining is a process of applying color to concrete surfaces to enhance their appearance and create unique decorative effects. It involves the use of acid-based or water-based stains that penetrate the surface of the concrete to create rich, translucent tones. Acid-based stains chemically react with the minerals in the concrete, resulting in variegated and mottled colors, while water-based stains offer a wider range of color options and can be more easily controlled.

Decorative staining can be used on both interior and exterior concrete surfaces, including floors, countertops, driveways, patios, and walkways. It provides a cost-effective way to add depth, character, and visual interest to concrete surfaces, transforming them into unique and eye-catching features in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.

Concrete Overlay

A concrete overlay is a thin layer of polymer-modified concrete applied over an existing concrete surface to rejuvenate or enhance its appearance and performance. It is typically around 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick and can be customized with various colors, textures, and patterns to achieve the desired aesthetic effect. The overlay is applied using trowels or sprayers and can be stamped, stained, or stenciled to mimic the look of natural stone, brick, tile, or other decorative materials. Concrete overlays are commonly used to repair and resurface damaged or worn-out concrete driveways, patios, sidewalks, and interior floors, providing a cost-effective and durable solution with minimal disruption to the existing structure. They offer improved resistance to stains, UV damage, and freeze-thaw cycles, making them suitable for both residential and commercial applications.

Concrete Stamp

Concrete stamping is a decorative technique used to create patterns and textures on freshly poured concrete surfaces. It involves pressing pre-made stamps or molds into the concrete while it is still pliable, leaving behind impressions that resemble natural materials such as stone, brick, or tile. The process begins with the preparation of the concrete surface, followed by the application of release agents to prevent the stamps from sticking. Once the concrete is poured and leveled, the stamps are pressed into the surface, transferring their designs. After the concrete has cured sufficiently, any excess release agent is washed away, and the surface is sealed to enhance durability and aesthetics. Concrete stamping is a popular choice for patios, driveways, walkways, and pool decks, offering the look of expensive materials at a fraction of the cost.


Concrete grinding is a process used to smooth and refine concrete surfaces. It involves the use of specialized equipment equipped with abrasive diamond discs to remove imperfections, level uneven areas, and expose aggregate if desired. The grinding process begins with coarse diamond segments to remove surface irregularities, followed by finer grits to achieve a smooth and polished finish. Water is often used to control dust and keep the diamond discs cool during grinding. Concrete grinding is commonly used in preparation for floor coatings, polishing, or simply to improve the aesthetics and functionality of concrete surfaces in various settings such as residential, commercial, and industrial spaces.


Concrete polishing is a process that involves grinding and refining concrete surfaces to achieve a smooth, glossy finish. This is typically done using diamond abrasives and polishing pads of progressively finer grits to remove imperfections, level the surface, and enhance its shine. The process begins with coarse grinding to remove surface irregularities, followed by finer polishing stages to achieve the desired level of sheen. Finally, a concrete densifier and sealer may be applied to enhance durability and resistance to stains and abrasion. Concrete polishing is commonly used for floors in residential, commercial, and industrial settings, providing a durable and low-maintenance flooring option with a modern and stylish appearance.


Concrete sealing is the process of applying a protective coating to concrete surfaces to enhance durability and longevity. This coating forms a barrier that helps prevent moisture penetration, stains, and damage from chemicals, oils, and UV rays. Concrete sealers come in various types, including penetrating sealers that penetrate the pores of the concrete and film-forming sealers that create a protective layer on the surface. The sealing process typically involves cleaning and preparing the concrete surface, applying the sealer using a brush, roller, or sprayer, and allowing it to dry thoroughly. Sealing concrete surfaces is essential for maintaining their appearance and performance, especially in high-traffic areas such as driveways, sidewalks, patios, and garage floors.

Calcium/Efflorescence Removal

Calcium and efflorescence removal involves the process of eliminating calcium deposits and efflorescence from surfaces. This typically requires the use of specialized cleaners or acidic solutions to dissolve the calcium and mineral buildup, followed by thorough rinsing to remove residue. Efflorescence, a white, powdery substance caused by water-soluble salts migrating to the surface of porous materials like concrete, brick, and stone, can be particularly stubborn to remove. Therefore, scrubbing or pressure washing may be necessary to effectively lift and rinse away the deposits. Proper protective measures should be taken to prevent damage to the surface during the removal process.

Paver Resetting/Sanding

Paver resetting and sanding is a process used to restore the stability and appearance of paver surfaces. It involves removing the pavers, readjusting them to ensure proper alignment and leveling, and then filling the joints with polymeric sand.

First, the existing pavers are carefully lifted and inspected for any damage or wear. Any damaged or unevenly settled pavers are replaced or readjusted as needed to ensure a smooth and level surface. Once the pavers are properly positioned, polymeric sand is swept into the joints, filling the gaps and locking the pavers in place.

Polymeric sand contains additives that harden when exposed to moisture, creating a solid, durable bond that helps prevent weed growth, insect infestation, and erosion. After the sand is applied, excess material is swept away, and the surface is compacted to ensure proper settling.

Paver resetting and sanding not only improve the stability and safety of the paved area but also enhance its visual appeal, giving it a fresh and polished look.

Custom Finishes

Concrete custom finishes offer a versatile and cost-effective way to achieve the look of premium materials such as flagstone and marble while benefiting from the durability and versatility of concrete. Faux flagstone finishes recreate the natural beauty of irregularly shaped stones, with a variety of colors and textures available to suit different styles and preferences. These finishes can be customized to mimic the appearance of weathered or aged flagstone, adding rustic charm to outdoor spaces such as patios, pathways, and pool decks.

Similarly, faux marble finishes offer a sophisticated and luxurious aesthetic that mimics the veining and patterns of natural marble. With a range of colors and effects available, faux marble finishes can be tailored to match specific design schemes and preferences, bringing a touch of elegance to interior spaces such as floors, countertops, and accent walls. Additionally, concrete custom finishes are highly customizable, allowing for unique patterns, colors, and textures to be incorporated to achieve the desired look and feel. Whether creating a rustic outdoor retreat or a stylish interior sanctuary, concrete custom finishes offer endless possibilities for enhancing the beauty and functionality of any space.

Hardwood Floors

Hardwood Floor Staining

Stained hardwood floors enhance the beauty and character of any room, offering both a visual and practical appeal. Available in a wide range of colors, from light washes to deep, dark tones, stained floors can dramatically alter a space to match any decor style. The choice of finish, from glossy to matte, further affects the floors’ look, influencing how they interact with light and emphasize the wood's natural grain. Beyond aesthetics, these floors can also improve the durability and longevity of hardwood, protecting it from wear and making it a central feature of home design. Whether updating a traditional space or complementing a modern aesthetic, stained hardwood floors are a versatile and attractive choice.

Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Refinishing hardwood floors is a restoration process that revives the beauty of wood floors by sanding away the old finish, imperfections, and surface damage, and then applying new finish. This process can dramatically improve the appearance of a room and protect the floors for many years. Refinishing includes prepping, sanding, repair, staining (optional), sealing and finishing.

Hardwood Floor Cleaning and Sealing

Cleaning and sealing hardwood floors is an essential part of maintaining their durability and preserving their beauty. The benefits include preserving the appearance, protecting against damage, improving air quality, ease of maintenance and enhances the home value. These practices not only maintain the aesthetic appeal but also ensure the durability and value of your hardwood flooring. Sealer acts as a protective layer that guards against moisture, stains, and wear, while enhancing the natural grain of the wood. There are several types of sealants available for hardwood floors, each offering different aesthetics and levels of protection. Common options include Polyurethane, Penetrating Oil and Wax.

Residential & Commercial Epoxy

Epoxy flooring provides the finishing touches that make your garage flooring as aesthetically pleasing as the rest of your house. Epoxy flooring is a sealed, non-porous surface that is moisture resistant and resilient to stains, spills and tire marks as well as hides minor imperfections of the underlying concrete slab. Water beads and spills wipe up easily while creating an extremely durable and almost maintenance free surface for high traffic areas.

Industrial uses: warehouses, commercial kitchens, laboratories, hospitals, public bathrooms