Stone Floor Cleaning
Whether you're looking for someone to clean your granite, sandstone or slate floor, C&C Classic Carpet Care handles all types of hard floor cleaning in your home. There are a variety of finishes that need special care too. C&C Classic Carpet Care understands a natural floor's finish.
Terrazzo flooring combines the durability or granite with the beautiful finish of marble. The benefits include long-lasting durability, flexibility in design and colors and relative low-maintenance. These make terrazzo flooring a great choice.
Made of organic materials like seashells, sandstone is rough and porous, but can be incredibly stunning in a spa or bathroom environment. It's available in colors that are perfectly suited for mirroring the look of beach and desert sand.
Flooring constructed of slate tiles provides owners with a stunning natural stone floor with earth tone colors. It's often used to create a rustic touch to a home with its texture and variety of colors.
Natural stone like travertine brings a bit of nature directly into the home. It has a rough texture that can be filled with resin and polished to a stunning sheen. It can also be left in its natural, porous state.
When using natural stone on the flooring in your home, it's important that it's sealed and maintained properly even if the stone is incredibly durable. The finish on the flooring can completely alter the look of the stone too.
Old flooring can be added to a new home, or the homeowner can use a brushed finish to achieve the look of worn flooring that has seen some history.
Bathrooms and pool decks are areas that see lots of moisture. Heating a surface then cooling it creates a rough texture that ensures people won't slip on the floor.
Stone that's been acid-washed helps to reduce the appearance of scratches. It softens the shiny look of the stone too.
Through the use of sanding, the stone is polished until it shines like a mirror.
A rough finish that is achieved through hand-cutting.
Instead of polishing, pieces are tumbled in a machine to smooth the rough edges while keeping the piece natural on the surface.
When cut, there are often rough marks left behind on the stone. The cuts are polished, but the finish leaves it looking matte instead of polished.