Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs. Travertine often has a fibrous or concentric appearance and exists in white, tan, cream-colored, and even rusty varieties.

Maintenance:

Limestone floors may need to be sealed periodically, to inhibit staining. Keep in mind that sealers will wear away over time, so it’s best to have sealed limestone floors cleaned and resealed by a professional restoration contractor every two years or so.

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Restoring Worn Floors to Like-New

If your Travertine and Limestone floor is worn, scratched, or damaged, don’t replace it. One of the most wonderful features of natural stone is that your floor can be professionally refinished to look brand new again.

At General Floor Services, we know how to resolve any problems you may be having with your Limestone. We offer these services:

  • Cleaning

  • Sealing

  • Repair

  • Refinishing (polishing and honing)

  • Filling Holes

  • Enhancing

  • Etch Removal and more

  • Limestone Installation

  • Travertine Restoration 

  • Residential/Commercial

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