Houston Stone Sealing Experts

Looking for Houston Stone Sealing Experts you can trust? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Texas Stone Sealers has helped countless home and property owners find the right type of sealants for their stone services.

Known for our Advanced CLT Technology, our high-quality sealants are the best around. Here at Texas Stone Sealers, we don’t do second best. Every product we use and every service we offer results in high-quality results, every single time. Picking us as your Houston Stone Sealing Experts will bring you several benefits, including:

  • Long-lasting protection
  • Over 15 years of application experience
  • Stain resistance
  • Waterproofing
  • Color enhancement

About Our Process

While we offer a variety of stone maintenance services, there is a method to our madness. We work with various types of surfaces, including travertine, marble, slate, and granite. Moreover, flagstone is the most common type of stone used in outdoor patios, decks, and outdoor patios.

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Professional Sealant Application

Flagstone refers to the cut of the stone, not necessarily the type of stone. With that being said, flagstone is almost always a sandstone.

Sealing and cleaning your stone surfaces can be very helpful in terms of prolonging life and preserving the natural beauty, especially for surfaces that experience large quantities of foot traffic. Simply put, any surface that takes on heavy foot traffic will be prone to heavy wear and tear in entryways and hallways.

As time passes, dirt and fine scratches can begin to build on these surfaces, resulting in a dull appearance. As a professional stone sealing and restoration company, we are able to restore your stone surfaces by removing dirt and scuff marks to restore the flooring’s original color, making it look new again. Moreover, sealing your these surfaces ill protect them from spills and scratches, in addition to making cleaning easier than ever.

Sealing and Maintaining Stone Flooring

Failing to unseal and maintain your stone surfaces will leave them vulnerable to contaminants, stains, and damages that may not be fixable by even the strongest dose of elbow grease. You should also keep in mind that some stone flooring products fail to protect against mildew and deterioration.

The right type of stone sealant prevents the absorption of moisture, oil, and other debris that causes corrosion and damage. This is why it’s important that you choose us as your Houston Stone Sealing Experts. Our team of professional indoor floor sealers services tile, concrete, natural stone, grout, marble, and hardwood flooring.

The properties of stones vary depending on their unique composition. Some varieties of natural stone, such as sedimentary stones, are highly porous. As a result, they rapidly absorb moisture and debris, helping prevent issues with staining.

Another important factor to take into is the density of each type of natural stone, as it can affect the stone’s resistance to heat. Usually, igneous stones are very resistant to scratch. On the other hand, metamorphic stones are easily scratched.

Some common stone flooring tiles used by home and property owners include marble, granite, limestone, and travertine. Keep in mind that sealing marble flooring is not an easy process at all. This is due to the density of the stone. A special marble polishing machine is used to clean and enhance the stone surfaces’ shine.

Houston Stone Sealing Experts

Houston Stone Sealing Experts

Types of Flooring That We Restore and Seal

  • Marble
  • Concrete
  • Tile
  • Travertine
  • Slate
  • Granite
  • Limestone
  • Brick
  • Saltillo Tile
  • Hardwood

Take a look at how we deal with each type of flooring we service.

Slate Maintenance

Slate is a popular flooring option due to its organic and earthy appearance. As a metamorphic stone, slate is formed by chemical and physical changes that occur in an existing rock, like shale, when exposed to extreme heat or pressure. Moreover, slate is a very soft stone, making it susceptible to scratching and chipping at the edges or corners.

Additionally, sealing slate is important as it minimizes stains, scratches, and protect it long-term. Although slate flooring is an extremely colorful rock with many variations, stains and spalling can cause permanent damage to it.

Outdoor Tile Maintenance

Tile flooring is a very popular choice for areas susceptible to getting wet or to high foot traffic. However, tile cleaning can be a very arduous task. Generally speaking, tile floors are considered either ceramic or porcelain.

Ceramic tiles are often made from white or red clay and are fired in a kiln. They are also extremely absorbent and prone to wear. Porcelain tiles are made by dust pressing and have a very high density when compared to ceramic tiles.

Protecting Concrete Surfaces

Concrete flooring is a very popular choice as it’s very economical and can be dyed to customized its appearance. Concrete floors are formed by mixing cement and pouring it onto the floor. During the mixing process, pigments can be added. Concrete is also porous and is able to absorb moisture when not properly sealed.

Moreover, is water is allowed to seep into the pores, it can harbor the unwanted growth of mold and mildew. Concrete can also potentially crack when exposed to freezing temperatures. Fortunately, we have heavy-duty sealants like TSS PRO 500 Clear Pro to protect them for years.

Maintaining Grout on Flooring

Grout flooring is used in tile backsplashes, in showers, on bathroom flooring, on bathroom walls, and even on countertops. One negative about grout is the difficulty to clean, especially if it’s a light color. Grout is a mixture of water, cement, and sand and is quite porous. This can lead to accumulations of dirt, mold, and contaminates.

Hardwood Flooring Sealing & Maintenance

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Sealing and Cleaning Stone

Hardwood flooring is timeless and beautiful but is one of the hardest kinds of flooring to maintain. They require periodic service to maintain and retain their natural beauty. As time passes, dirt becomes embedded in the grain of the wood, resulting in a dull appearance due to the fine scratches.

Professional hardwood cleaning is essential to remove residue on the surface, and leaving the wood’s rich, natural color.

Contact Our Houston Stone Sealing Experts Today

Don’t neglect the sealing and maintenance of your stone surfaces. Instead, call the Houston Stone Sealing Experts at Texas Stone Sealers today. You can learn more about our services by calling (888) 275-5354. You can also learn more by visiting our process or our cleaning & sealing webpages. Trust us. You won’t find better Houston Stone Sealing Experts anywhere else.

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