Mitch Schneider and his crew restore all natural stone floors, vanities, and tables. Marble and Travertine floors in Dallas area homes.
We specialize in Refinishing, Polishing, Cleaning, and Sealing of:
Marble ~ Limestone ~ Travertine ~ Granite ~ Slate ~ Flagstone ~Mexican Pavers ~ Terrazzo ~ Brick ~ Tile ~Concrete ~ Stone
If you have a natural stone floor, we can restore it to its original luster, sometimes we can even make it look better than new.
Marble Restoration ~ Limestone Restoration ~ Travertine Restoration ~ Granite Restoration ~ Slate Restoration ~ Flagstone Restoration ~ Mexican Pavers Restoration ~ Terrazzo Restoration ~ Brick Restoration ~ Tile Restoration ~Concrete Restoration ~ Stone Restoration Service.
When you need your Marble Polished and Restored Dallas, call Total Floor Care at (972) 374-7774, or use our CONTACT PAGE to send us an email.
Your home's floor is one of the most important aspects of any structure, and it is important to invest time and effort in making the right choice of material. There are many different factors you have to consider, and the best fit for you is not the same as that of someone else. Below are some of the most common flooring options. Stone
Stone flooring is a popular method using a wide variety of mountain born materials that include Marble, Slate, Travertine, Limestone, Sandstone, and Granite. Different stones have different properties, with some being more expensive than others. You need to put into consideration the type of stone because there are some that are appropriate for a specific location. Each stone has a special veining coloring and natural characteristics that will leave your floor looking great. They are very sturdy and durable and you don't have to worry about stains because they are stain resistant. You can have a shiny, textured, or matte finish, giving you a wide range of options. They can be expensive to buy and install, but the beauty will be worth it. Terrazzo
Terrazzo flooring has been a desired option for very many years and it is not hard to see why. It has been characterized by unbeaten durability while maintaining the attractiveness. Terrazzo flooring is nonporous making it easy to clean. It comes in a wide variety of options and will provide you with the choice to get what you have in mind whether you want a modern monochromatic look or an artistic piece with detailed artistic work. They have an impressive compressive strength of 500 pounds per square inch, making it a perfect option for high traffic areas. The flooring doesn't have grout joints that accumulate dirt. There is a good chance you will never need a replacement for terrazzo. This means saving a lot in the long term. Travertine
Travertine flooring is a highly durable and creates natural beauty to a home. This is one of the few options that work well for both the interior and the exterior. It has a pocked surface that gives it a natural, distinctive, and chaotic texture. They are softer than other types of stones and it is also porous. The pores are filled with resin in factories blending it with the surface making it hard to detect. Travertine is less durable than other types of natural stone but more durable than other options such as engineered wood, vinyl, laminate, porcelain, and ceramics. It is a good idea to have a professional do the installation because it will look better. Marble flooring
This is one of the most lavish and elegant flooring options today. Marble has a rich history and it has been a popular choice for architects, designers, and artists throughout human history. While marble is a sophisticated and elegant option, it will require a great deal of care and maintenance. It will need regular treatment to protect it from spills and moisture. Marble floors are susceptible from certain kinds of stains and damage. Marble has porous surfaces just like any natural stone, but this can be dealt with by treating it with a below surface sealer and a surface finishing treatment. The surface sealing treatment will be reapplied every six to twelve months depending on the traffic of the space. Marble will come with an elegant looking flooring but will need a lot of maintenance. Slate Flooring
Slate has the ability to bring a powerful and unique beauty to a installation. It succeeds in combining the durability of hard tile and the inspiring essence of a towering mountain range. Its durability makes it resistant to cracks, breaks, scratched, and chips. Slate provides you with many options that come in many colors. This is enhanced by the fact that they occur naturally in unique ways across each individual piece. Slate is considered an upscale flooring material and can be a little pricey. The good thing is that it has the ability to add value to your home. They can be easily repaired if it is damaged. It is a good idea to hold extra tiles during installation because it can be hard to find the exact match in the future when repair is needed. Limestone Flooring
Limestone flooring will offer comfort and a wide range of color variations to match any style. The tiles can be cut into large format plank and other geometric shapes that will make the floor aesthetically pleasing. It emulates the natural beauty of hardwood but gives the hard-wearing qualities of natural stone. There are some limestone options that are suitable for outdoor floors. It has a softer feel compared to other natural stone flooring material, and also easier to maintain. You will need to avoid contact with the floor with abrasive products. limestone presents the perfect blend of beauty and longevity. Flagstone Flooring
Flagstone is a popular type of natural stone that has been popularly used for different landscaping projects, the most common being patios and pathways. They are flat and large slabs of stones that have a thickness of between one and three inches. one attractive feature of the flagstone is the irregularity of their shape. The surface is rough and provides a safe traction when it is wet, and this is why it is a popular outdoor flooring option. They are also cheaper because they are easily found locally. Flagstone tile is the best option for interior flooring because they have been designed to easily fit together more easily. The flagstones can be purchased as big slabs and then cut down into desired sizes and shapes. This gives you even more options. Mexican Tile
Mexican tiles have in the recent past become a popular flooring option, with more and more people looking to add a little beauty to their homes. Mexican Tiles are sophisticated, remarkable, and rustic. The handcrafted details and the vivid colors will inject life and movement to space they are added. They are hand painted, giving them a unique and magnificent quality. They can also be used for countertops and backsplashes. The tiles are made from a non-toxic material, making it safe for both people and pets. It costs less than other flooring options. The wide range of colors will give you a lot of options to choose from, common being red, orange, beige, and yellow. Saltillo Flooring
Saltillo is made from clay found in Mexico. The clay is formed into tiles, dried in the sun before being put in kilns. They are environmentally friendly because they are made from clay and they feel soft on your feet. They also feel much warmer on your bare feet during the winter when compared to ceramic tiles, and are cool and comfortable in summer. The warm color of the tiles makes it easier to clean because it tends to hide dirt. Saltillo will give your home a beautiful, durable, and unique look. If you want your floor to look shinier, you can reseal Saltillo tiles once every year or two. You can just reseal high traffic areas. Brick Flooring
Brick is the oldest floor material and dates back thousands of years. It has been used as an alternative to stone. It became a popular option because they were relatively durable, fireproof, and inexpensive. Bricks are referred to as pavers and are much thinner than those used in building walls. They are used because they place a lower weight load on the subfloor and doesn't raise the level of the floor. The color will depend on the type of clay used, how long it is fired and how it is mixed. They are good heat insulators and one of the hardest and most durable material. It is also slip-resistant material.