Granite restoration requires specialized skills. Our extensively trained technicians can resolve virtually any problem you may have with the granite in your home.
Repair cracks and chips in granite countertops
Restore dull granite floors and surfaces
Remove most stains
Seal and protect your granite
If and when the granite in your home needs restoration, you need to call a professional that has the specialized knowledge to work on your granite. While many stone restoration contractors won't touch it, the Sir Grout technicians are highly qualified to restore your granite whether it needs to be diamond-honed, re-polished or cleaned and sealing it. The above picture gives an example of the vast improvements polishing can provide on the granite surfaces in your home.
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Patrick T - Marrieta, GAFebruary 07, 2020
We met Jeff Miller (owner of Sir Grout) via a coupon we found in the Sunday paper. He came by, took a look and was very honest with us. Our shower stall floor was floating and beyond the scope of what he did. He recommended one of his subs to come out and give an estimate to remove and replace the shower stall floor.
TJ and Randy were terrific. They did the work with attention to detail and followed through on every commitment. When they were done they returned and then finished the removal and sealing of some grout lines on the stall walls. When it was done it looked just like Jeff said it would, brand new. If you don't consider Sir Grout for your tile work it will be your loss...
Granite Countertop Cleaning and Sealing
Have you had your granite countertops cleaned and sealed lately? At Sir Grout, we recommend having your granite countertops cleaned and professionally sealed every one to two years.
We make a point of educating our customers on how to care for the precious granite surfaces in their homes. The key to keeping your granite looking new is the proper cleaning, polishing and sealing of the stone.
Granite is a very hard stone, much harder than granite, and usually does not etch. However, we are now starting to see that some granites that are used today can etch when acidic items are spilled on their surface.