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Marble Polishing Musselburgh
Bit by bit marble will lose the original finish. The dullness is caused by tiny scratches on the surface where it’s been walked over. Marble Polishing is the best way to reinstate the initial polish.
We use industrial diamond polishing machinery to reinstate the shine.
It is very nearly unachievable to lay a marble tile floor perfectly flat. The only way to make a marble floor smooth is by grinding away the lippage and irregular tile edges. You must have specialized apparatus and many years of experience to grind a marble tile floor, however the results are breathtaking.
Following grinding, the marble and grout will be at exactly the same level. The marble will get a monolithic appearance as a single piece of marble.
Maintaining a ground, honed and polished marble floor is much like cleaning just one piece of glass. There will be no uneven grout lines to trap soil. Cracks and chips can be filled with coloured resin repair fillers. The restoration needed is going to be determined by the current state of the floor.
Travertine Cleaning Tranent
A Travertine floor has a permeable structure, with plenty of holes. Travertine floor tiles qre available in many different finishes, smooth honed, tumbled and polished. Over time, the initial hole filler falls away, and the holes get filled with unattractive soil.
Working to the highest standard, restoration businesses have rotary scrubbing machines and pressure rinsing to wash the Travertine floor.
When the Travertine floor tiles and any holes are clean, any holes are grout filled using a colour matched grout. We then apply specialist sealers that last for many years to safeguard the Travertine floor.
Limestone Cleaning Prestonpans
Little by little Limestone will loose the original shine. This surface damage is brought on by traffic scratches and etch marks Sooner or later, your Limestone floor will have to be repolished. Diamonds are used to eliminate the damage and rebuild the initial gloss.
The majority of Limestone surfaces are uneven as the Limestone tiles are not put down flat. We can grind away the irregular tile edges, making a floor surface flat. Grinding Limestone floor tiles must be done by specialists. The floor will appear like an individual slab of Limestone.
After grinding, the grout sits will sit at the same level as the Limestone. After grinding and polishing mopping is a breeze, because the mop slides over the floor. There are no grout channels to capture soil. Chips, cracks and hole repairs tend to be part of the Limestone restoration procedure. We will recommend the right restoration service.
Terrazzo Polishing Haddington
Terrazzo is created by mixing chips made from marble, granite, quartz, or glass chips into a cement or epoxy base . The original finish on a Terrazzo floor will progressively go dull. The surface damage is brought on by traffic scratches and surface damage.
Ultimately, the Terrazzo will need to be polished to the highest standard.
We use specialist Terrazzo polishing machines and diamond tools to grind and polish the stone. Once the Terrazzo has been cleaned and polished, we can apply a sealer which offers protection against day-to-day spills.
Granite Polishing Dunbar
Granite is a popular flooring for home and commercial rooms. Granite is an extremely hard flooring and resistant to damage from scratches and staining compared to other stone like limestone and marble. Granite flooring needs less specialized service when compared with other stone. Granite is so hard, that lots of companies don’t have the gear or experience to revive granite. We offer a complete range of granite restoration, cleaning polishing and sealing services. to the highest standard.
Sandstone Cleaning And Sealing Humble
Sandstone is made mostly of quartz, iron oxide, silica and calcium based deposits so it’s a very long-lasting stone. Old sandstone could be covered with a number of old sealers and trapped dirt, so if at all possible, it will need professional cleaning and re-sealing. We use a combination of machine scrubbing, hand scrubbing and pressurised rinsing to get rid of all traces of old soiled sealers and clean a floor to the highest standard. We then use specialist sealers that last for a long time not months. Once we inspect your floor, we are able to advise you from the best restoration process.
Slate Cleaning And Sealing Longyester
Slate flooring is one of the most well known kinds of natural stone, because it requires less regular maintenance and mopping.. Our company is mostly called to clean slate when it suffers form layers of old sealer with embedded soil, so the appearance looks worn and soiled. We use a mixture of machine and hand scrubbing to remove all traces of existing soiled sealers and clean the floor. After the professional cleaning is completed, then use specialised sealers that will last for years not just months. Some slate floors could be ground to a smooth finish.
Terracotta Cleaning And Sealing Danskine
Terracotta has got a unique colour and a rustic appearance in the home, but needs careful maintenance in order to keep it looking its best. Coarse cleaning chemicals such as popular floor cleaning solutions and bathroom tile cleaners can permanently damage and mark Terracotta. Sealer remains, soil and markings can be removed with rotary scrubbing and sealer removers. We can re-wax the Terracotta or apply a hard wearing synthetic sealer that is much simpler to take care of.
Victorian Minton Tiles Cleaning And Sealing Morham
Many Victorian and Edwardian hallways could have floors made of Geometric Encaustic tiles. The main characteristics of Victorian tiles include natural clay colours and a matt finish. Because of how old they are, these floors have experienced a lot of wear and often have layers of different sealers. Owing to their age, these floors may have many different coating residues, that need to have professional cleaning After cleaning an impregnating sealer is applied to boost the colours and protect the floor tiles. A topical sealer or wax finish will provide the floor with a low-sheen finish.
Cleaning Quarry Tiles Innerwick
Porcelain Tiles Cleaning And Polishing Kingston
Porcelain is classed as a ceramic, but created with alternative materials to conventional glazes and clay tiles. Quality Porcelain has really low porosity, this means less stains, less water damage, and less need for sealing. There are some inferior porcelains that may absorb surface soil and spills similar to natural stone floors. This soil can be hard to remove. We are able to remove ingrained dirt with equipment made to enter into the microscopic pits where the soil is held. After your porcelain floor is clean we are able to use a sealer to protect against everyday soil and spills. If the porcelain is a solid colour, we could resurface the porcelain, the same as granite or marble restoration.
Ceramic Tile And Grout Cleaning Service Ormiston
Professional cleaning of Ceramic tiles is usually less complicated compared with natural stone floors cleaning and restoration. This is as the surface of the tile is commonly glazed. Nevertheless, you are going to still achieve a better finish with specialist equipment and materials. As soon as your tile has been cleaned we can apply a sealer. Sealing avoids spills changing into stains, making mopping more efficient.
Natural stone floor cleaning typically requires extra restoration services. natural stone floor restoration is often an involved process. At the least, all stone and tile suffer some kind of basic deterioration. The most common problem we come across during stone restoration is oily soil trodden to the floor forming a lifeless, dreadful finish. A polished granite or marble floor shows wear more quickly since traffic abrasion that will begin to scratch he polish and weaken the shine. Porous natural stone and tile that is sealed using a surface sealer will eventually suffer wear deterioration.
Most natural stone and tile flooring has cement grout. Cementatious grout is generally softer compared to stone and much more in danger of abrasion and chemical based wear and tear. Natural stone restoration usually requires some crack and hole repair.
Acid etching and scratches may be taken out by resurfacing.The good thing about natural stone is that it can be resurfaced, to reveal a brand new finish.
Stone floor tiles ultimately loose their unique authentic polish. The lack of luster is caused by traffic scratching and surface damage. natural stone polishing will be the only way to revive the initial shine.
On marble, Granite, Terrazzo, Polished Limestone and Polished Travertine floors, the highest standard diamonds are employed to get rid of the surface wear and rebuild the original sparkle. Sandstone, Clay, Honed Limestone, Honed Travertine & Slate tiles get their polish from a surface sealer. Sealer removing products are used to take off all traces of the existing sealer, after which a brand new gloss sealer is applied.
Natural stone floors ought to be sealed when installed and after any specialist cleaning and restoration, restoraiton service. Upon diamond polishing Marble, Limestone or Terrazzo, an impregnating sealer is generally applied. If you’ve got coarse finished stone or tiles, we typically apply a surface or hybrid sealer.
Existing cementatious grout can be quite permeable, therefore soil and grease swiftly gets absorbed deep to the cement grout Grout lines between your tiles can be impractical to clean up. Professional grout cleaning makes floor grout look just like new once more. Our company uses a selection of natural stone grout sealers to protect and extend the lifetime of the new restored grout.
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East Lothian (; Scots: East Lowden; Scottish Gaelic: Lodainn an Ear) is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, as well as a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area. The county was also known as Haddingtonshire.
In 1975, the historic county was incorporated for local government purposes into Lothian Region as East Lothian District, with some slight alterations of its boundaries. The Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994 later created East Lothian as one of 32 modern council areas. East Lothian lies south of the Firth of Forth in the eastern central Lowlands of Scotland. It borders Edinburgh to the west, Midlothian to the south-west and the Scottish Borders to the south. Its administrative centre and former county town is Haddington while the largest town is Musselburgh.
Haddingtonshire has ancient origins and is named in a charter of 1139 as Hadintunschira and in another of 1141 as Hadintunshire. Three of the county’s towns were designated as royal burghs: Haddington, Dunbar, and North Berwick.
As with the rest of Lothian, it formed part of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Bernicia and later the Kingdom of Northumbria. Popular legend suggests that it was at a battle between the Picts and Angles in the East Lothian village of Athelstaneford in 823 that the flag of Scotland was conceived. From the 10th century, Lothian transferred from the Kingdom of England to the authority of the monarchs of Scotland. It was a cross-point in battles between England and Scotland and later the site of a significant Jacobite victory against Government forces in the Battle of Prestonpans. In the 19th century, the county is mentioned in the Gazetteer for Scotland as chiefly agricultural, with farming, fishing and coal-mining forming significant parts of the local economy.