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Stone – Marble Cleaning Coventry

Welcome to Abbey Floor Care Coventry, for professional, reliable stone cleaning, polishing and sealing service on all popular stone types in Coventry.

We have the equipment and experience to bring the original finish back to worn, dull domestic and commercial stone floors.

As a starting point, get your free advice from David Allen - our Marble and Stone Expert

If You're Looking For Stone Floor Restoration In Coventry, You've Come To The Right Place

As well as looking beautiful, your floor will be so much easier to clean. High-quality sealers and finishes make your stone highly water and soil repellent, which means that they are easier to clean.

Our technical experts will also give you a stone floor care, showing you:

  • how often you should clean your floor
  • the best way to clean your floor
  • the best equipment to use
  • the right floor cleaners that will help protect your floor rather than damage it.
testimonial for Abbey Floor Caare Mrs Alhmbrasani Nottiingham

I hated my floor. It quickly lost its shine and soon after ugly spots started to appear all over it. I followed lots of advice about how to clean stone floors, but it was very difficult to clean.  Abbey Floor Care cleaned and polished my floor. My floor looks brand new and fabulous. I'm so pleased.

Mrs. Alhmbrasani
becky-kooner

David has restored floors at my home and offices. The work was excellent. As always, David is always courteous and just keeps on going until the work is done.

Mrs. Kooner

You Will Get A Beautiful Floor That Stays Cleaner For Longer

The before and after photos below demonstrate how we can transform dull, scratched ugly floors into beautiful, shiny floors that make you proud.

From removing old surface coatings from quarry tiles and marble to re-surfacing dirty limestone, travertine and granite.

Four SimpleEasy Steps For Your Stone Floors To Look Beautiful Again

1. Contact Us By Email Or Phone

Call 0800 6795 0180 or click right here to contact us.

2. Tell Us All About Your Problems

Our contact form gives you the opportunity to tell us all about the issues with your floor. A picture speaks a thousand words, so please send photos of your floors highlighting the issues. We may call you to have a chat about your floor to understand your problems.

3. Receive A Free Of Charge Cost Estimate

In most situations we can give you a reasonable guide of the costs included in any restoration.

We sill send you full documentation, detailing;

  • The costs.
    • There'll be no cohidden costs or surcharges, our rates will be completely up front.
  • The work involved.
    • We will include details about similar work we have done so you can get an idea of what's involved and the finish you will get.
  • The timescale.

So you are armed with all the information you need to make a considered, informed decision.

4. Set Up A Date To Start The Work

If you feel that the estimated cost is within your budget, we'll organise an appointment to start the work. A couple of days prior to your job, if you prefer, we can give you a call to confirm that is ok and validate the details.

We will show up on the agreed date and at the agreed to start work.

Get In Touch

You can always phone us on 0800 695 0180 or just complete the simple contact form below for a free quotation.

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We Specialise In Cleaning, Polishing and Sealing Natural Stone Restoration And Tile

Marble, travertine, terrazzo, limestone, granite, sandstone, flagstone, quarry tiles, minton style clay tiles, porcelain, ceramic tile, dirty grout


We Also Service These Areas Around Coventry:

Alderman's Green - Allesley - Allesley Green - Allesley Park - Ash Green - Ball Hill - Bannerbrook Park - Bell Green - Binley - Bishopsgate Green - Brownshill Green - Canley - Cannon Park - Chapelfields - Cheylesmore - - Clifford Park - Copsewood - Coundon - Courthouse Green - Daimler Green - Earlsdon - Eastern Green - Edgwick
Ernesford (or Ernsford) Grange - Finham - Fenside - Foleshill - Green Lane - Gibbet Hill - Gosford Green - Great Heath - Hearsall Common - Henley Green - Hillfields - Holbrooks - Keresley - Little Heath - Longford - Mount Nod - Nailcote Grange - Pinley - Potters Green - Radford - Spon End - Stoke - Stoke Heath - Stoke Aldermoor - Stivichall/Styvechale - Tanyard Farm - Tile Hill - Toll Bar End - Victoria Farm - Walsgrave-on-Sowe - Westwood Heath - Whitley - Whitmore Park - Whoberley - Willenhall - Wood End - Woodway Park - Wyken

Local Information

The historical records tell us that as a settlement, Coventry may date back to the 10th century, while the building, which was to become the priory, was founded in the mid-11th century by Leofric, Earl of Mercia and his notorious wife, Godgifu, or Godiva. Many of the place-names of the villages around Coventry, places that have ultimately become its suburbs, are also Anglo-Saxon in origin.

'... the ghost of medieval Coventry remains in some of the street names ...'

Despite the loss of most of Coventry's surviving medieval buildings during the Blitz, the street plan of central Coventry was essentially that of the medieval city. Even now, after the complete rebuilding of the city centre, the ghost of medieval Coventry remains in some of the street names, such as Pool Meadow, Broadgate, Cross Cheaping, Earl Street, Jordan Well, Fleet Street, Spon Street and Greyfriars Green.

Image of Spon Street, Coventry

Medieval houses on Spon Street, Coventry

Documentary evidence tells us that Coventry was a booming wool and cloth centre in the Middle Ages and one of the wealthiest cities in medieval England. Evidence of this wealth is hard to find, but it is there.

If we walk across the city centre from the old cathedral, we can see one of the most remarkable survivors of the destruction of 1940: the magnificent St Mary's Hall. This is one of the most impressive guildhalls surviving in England and was the seat of the city's medieval corporation, its government. Even now, this is an impressive building and tells us something about the wealth of the city in the medieval period.

'... on New Union Street we can see the remains of the once-majestic Cheylesmore manor ...'

Across the 1960s pedestrian shopping precinct, and just inside the ring road, is Spon Street where with its surviving medieval shops and houses. These impressive half-timbered buildings, with their jettied upper storeys (where the first floor sticks out beyond the ground floor) give some indication of the economic standing of the city towards the end of the Middle Ages when these houses were built. Behind the 1960s shops on New Union Street we can see the remains of the once-majestic Cheylesmore manor, the Coventry palace of the Earls of Warwick.

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