Flagstone Cleaning & Restoration
Comprising of natural stone, these highly porous flagstones are derived from quarries probably local to your area. In our own area flagstones are predominantly gray or black whilst in parts of Wales, they come in a whole host of colors reds, gray, mauve etc., and of course the Cotswolds which have their own warm yellow appearance. Whatever area you live flagstones have many interesting shades just waiting to be revealed.
Left untreated flagstones can be dusty, difficult to clean and lacking in definition. To restore and revive your flagstones we will employ a combination of chemicals and machinery to effect the removal of in-ground soiling and contaminates, we will also treat areas of staining most commonly paint and glue etc. In most cases, we can remove nearly all staining.
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Deep Flagstone Cleaning
The deep cleaning process will have revealed a variety of interesting colors and shades that are inherent in the flagstones but not previously visible.
- Once thoroughly prepared we will allow a drying time of 10 days approx.
- Then we apply our tried and tested flagstone floor seal which further enhances the subtle color shades without creating the artificial ‘plastic’ look when the incorrect seal has been applied.
- The seal also has the added benefit of reducing or even eliminating shaling (when the top surface is splintering)and of course will protect your flagstones against common stains.
Please note: certain incorrect floor seals are impossible to remove once applied.
Arizona Stone Care provides top rated natural stone restoration and flagstone tile cleaning as well as a variety of other services in cities throughout the Valley, including Paradise Valley stone tile cleaning, slate tile restoration, Arizona marble sealing, limestone restoration, porcelian tile cleaning, travertine tile floor cleaning, tile polishing near Queen Creek, and much more.