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Sealer is an impregnator that stays underneath the surface and delays the process of absorption. Sealing a natural stone surface is done after our 7-step process called the refinishing process.

A sealer protects medium to dense porous surfaces

Including natural stones, like marble, slate, travertine, limestone, and quartz. Also, we use a sealer to delay the process of absorption on grout. The sealer application does not create a coat on the surface.

There are water-based sealers and oil-based sealers.

Our sealer application protects different materials like Natural stone, Terracotta, Brick, Concrete, and Grout.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I Seal Brand New Tile?

Yes, sealer application after the new installation is a must-do step in the home renovation process. It will help protect your stone floors, walls and countertops from day one. Think about how much stone tile materials and installation cost. Well, sealing is a key preventative step to protect your new investment.

Can I Seal Old Tile?

Yes, rejuvenating your existing natural stone surfaces is a less expensive option than replacing them. All surfaces need a good restoration followed by a sealer application, to keep it fresh and make it look like new.

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Our professional team have a can-do attitude, when it comes to serving our customers, they focus on quality and hard work. We want to exceed your expectations and we won’t be satisfied until you said so.



Different locations in the past years only in NY.


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