KINGWOOD TX FLOOR RESTORATION
The Foster Lumber Company originally owned a portion of the tract of land that was later developed into the community of Kingwood. The Foster Family had owned the land since around 1892. On December 28, 1967, the land was sold to the joint venture between King Ranch and the Friendswood Development Company, an Exxon subsidiary. Exxon’s Friendswood Development Company hired John Bruton Jr. to serve as the Operations Manager in which he was responsible for the planning, development, engineering, and construction of Kingwood Plans for the community included greenbelts, shopping centers, schools, churches, recreational facilities, riding and hiking trails, and a boat ramp with access toLake Houston.
The City of Houston annexed portions of what would become Kingwood in the 1960s, but it dis-annexed those portions by the late 1970s, making them unincorporated.
Kingwood was founded in 1970, and the first village opened in 1971. Since the opening, the community had the slogan “The Livable Forest.” In 1976 Kingwood had a few thousand residents. Between 1980 and 1990 the community’s population increased between 40 percent and 70 percent. In 1990 the community had 19,443 residents and 204 businesses. The population increased …
KINGWOOD TX FLOOR RESTORATION SERVICES
Kingwood TX Natural Stone Restoration
Do you have marble, travertine, granite, limestone, slate or other natural stones that has lost its floor shine? Modern Stone Care is the top stone restoration service company for all natural stone surfaces. Our Kingwood TX natural stone restoration specialists work to restore your natural stone to look as good as new or better. We solve the problems of scratched, dull stone surfaces, lippage (uneven surfaces), cracks, chips, stains, and etching. Our Kingwood TX natural stone restoration professionals are experts in the natural stone cleaning, polishing, restoration and maintenance.
Kingwood TX Stone Floor Cleaning
When cleaning any of the natural stones, our Kingwood TX stone floor cleaning specialists will use the most scientifically advanced cleaning products. The stone is usually machine or hand scrubbed and brushed. The stone floor cleaning process will vary from floor to floor. Variables include make-up, maintenance, soiling conditions and traffic. Our Kingwood TX stone floor cleaning specialists have special products and will rinse the stone with a rinsing tool, connected to a truck-mounted hot water extraction system to achieve the maximum soil removal and best overall cleaning results.
Kingwood TX Natural Stone Floor Honing
The honing process is usually achieved with the use if diamond abrasives, although some contractors prefer silicon-carbide bricks or screens. Which abrasives are used is not as important as the skill level of the craftsmen. Our Kingwood TX natural stone floor honing specialists will use their experienced honing skills to sand down the surface of your stone. As an option, our Kingwood TX natural stone floor honing specialists can use diamond abrasives and water to achieve a uniformly honed surface sheen. In some cases, polished marble, granite, travertine or limestone can be mechanically honed to remove pre-existing surface polish.
Kingwood TX Stone Floor Polishing
The technique of natural stone floor polishing will have varying methods. Our Kingwood TX stone floor polishing specialists will provide several options. One option is the use of use diamond abrasives to hone the stone, then switch to a powdered abrasive to achieve the final polish. Powdered abrasives contain superfine crystals of aluminum oxide or tin oxide. These powders are usually white, but can be yellow, brown gray. Our Kingwood TX stone floor polishing specialists knows stone is mechanically finished to produce a high gloss shine. Very light etches, scuffs and scratches may be removed with the polishing process, but diamond grinding is needed if the stone surface has medium deep etches, scuffs and scratches.
Kingwood TX Stone Floor Sealing
Sealing is the last step in the stone cleaning process. Our Kingwood TX stone floor sealing specialists know sealers actually seal the surface tight against chemicals, water and other contaminants. Depending on the sealer chosen, we will use a heavy duty professional grade sealer to protect your stones. Our Kingwood TX stone floor sealing specialists use specialty products that are not vapor permeable and can be semi-permanent. Sealers can be water-based or solvent-based. Most water-based sealers cannot be used outside. Sealing every few years helps keep your natural stone stain-free.