Are you considering revamping or remodeling your bathroom? If you have a marble shower, you might have noticed cracks, stains, or chipping from natural wear over the years.

But should you consider gutting the shower completely during a remodel? Marble shower restoration is an alternative that can save you a pretty penny.

Choosing to Restore Your Marble Shower Rather Than Remodel Saves on Cost

If you have decided to redo your bathroom and you currently have an aged marble shower, there are likely some imperfections that have worked themselves into the stone over the years. Professional stone care workers have more than a few tricks up their sleeves when it comes to getting your marble to look almost as good as the day that it was installed.

A total overhaul of your marble shower or a complete renovation would undoubtedly be pricey because of the sourcing of new materials as well as the cost of labor—not to mention a waste of magnificent marble. Hiring professionals to restore and reseal your marble shower is the cheapest of the options.

What Can You Expect When Restoring Your Marble Shower?

A proper marble shower restoration job will include resealing your marble shower (something that is recommended every six months to a year) and the removal of any etching/staining, cracks, chips, and any other blemishes on your natural stone.

They will turn older and dimmer marble stone surfaces in your bathroom and shower stall into attractive stone—restoring the luster that your marble had once upon a time—all at a much lower cost than the alternatives.

Where Can I Find a Stone Working Professional for Marble Shower Restoration?

 If you are searching for stone care professionals to handle your marble shower restoration job in Northern Virginia and the Greater DC area, NOVA Stone Care has got you covered. With a sterling reputation for quality work and customer services, our stone care specialists are ready to tackle your restoration project.

Are you interested in learning more about who we are and what we do? Visit our website to learn more, and give us a call to discuss your marble and natural stone restoration needs.