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Marble Shower Floor. Mold & Stains Brightening

This shower stall and saddle had deep mold, hair dye residue, etching, and deep stains. We restored the marble and eliminated all the deep stains and deep mold with a special paste (also known as a poultice). We then more...

Brightening After Calcium Buildup & Mold Removal

Calcium Builup Mold Removal White Mosaic Shower Floor

As you can see in the photo, we restored not only between the tile seams but also removed yellowing and stains, eliminated the traces of efflorescence on the stone by deep grinding and chemical treatment. The general more...

Elliptical Table on Construction Site Fabrication

Oval Table Fabricated Edged

The old round table was cut to the elliptical shape and fabricated on the construction site (attached to the customer’s building). The polyester coat was sanded out and delaminated, two sides trimmed and rounded, more...

Statuary Marble Broken Head Bust Restoration

Statuary White Marble Bust Sculpture Revitalization

Sculptural restoration is not only a faster process of returning the original appearance to marble sculptures but also cheaper than replacement. After all, you can restore not only the countertops, floors, and more...

Marble Floor in Shower. After Cleaning

The picture shows the marble mosaic shower floor after cleaning. Grout & marble was cleaned and mold removed. Then all shower surfaces were resealed. more...

Mold on Grout in Shower

The picture shows some mold growing on the floor grout in the mosaic shower. It’s not big yet, but it would definitely develop deeper and blacker. more...

Elevator Door Frame after Cracks Patching

Ornamental Botticino elevator curved doorframe after onsite cracks repair. more...

Shower Threshold Replacement

Picture shows marble shower and saddle parts before repair. Shower had mold on the floor and soiled grout. Removed old shower saddle for replacement. The old shower threshold was removed and the new pieces fabricated more...

Bathroom Tiles Refinishing. After

Restored shine finish on bathroom travertine marble floor. more...

Broken Landing Disrepair Slab

Broken Through Landing Sagging Slab Makeover

In rare cases, we can do salvageable buckling landing slabs and structural repair. A lading slab has to be propped from the bottom side, by a metal sheet, L-bars, concrete, wooden beams, etc. Under this slab we were more...

Vestibule Messed up Step Replacement

Replacement of the disrepair broken interior step to reduce the potential of falling hazard. Delancey Street, New York NY more...

Broken Rectangular Marble Table Worktop

This heavy 1 inch thick White Carrara worktop was accidentally broken into several parts. To repair we picked it up and then deliver back to the owner. The table was used by the photographer as the background of more...

Splitted in Half Kitchen Door Saddle

Kitchen Broken In Half Door Saddle Re Bonding

Before installing the door saddle you’ll need to make sure that the floor beneath is thoroughly cleaned and dried. Marble is a soft material and can be susceptible to cracking if not installed on a level surface. more...

Splitted Onyx Bar Top in Restaurant. After Cracks Seaming

Splitted Onyx Restaurant Bartop After Refitting

Grinding and polishing onyx is identical to polishing marble. In polishing can be used crystallizer, buffing powder, diamond pads as for processing granite. The cracks repair and re-bonding are done in a very similar more...

Granite Counter Seam by Wall Reparation

Since the installer of counter applied just one color to fix the seam it appears noticeable and could be re-bonded and improved. more...

Sink Seam after Re-bonding

Front seam of golden oak granite countertop was filled up with colored epoxy, flattened and polished to less obtrusive appearance. more...

Drawer Top Crack Repair and Surface Polishing

After our restoration services the piece of marble looked as if it was brand new. We added a brilliant gloss to the exterior of the stone, which helped to bring the original colors back to life and added a shine that is more...

Acrylic Tub Rim after Re Caulking

Acrylic Plastic Tub After Recaulking

Caulking the seams in the bathroom is very important because, through poor-quality caulked seams, moisture spreads into and out of the tiles, and then, after a while, causes irreparable harm to the underneath surface, more...

White Glass Tub Top after Re Caulking

White Glass Bathtub Top After Recaulking

The gap between the wall and tub can be narrow or wide. If the gap is not too wide, it is better and easier to use acrylic caulk. Insert the tube into a caulk gun and gently, in one step, fill the gap along the entire more...

Dislodged Sink Seam Before Rehab and Slab Lifting. Golden Oak Granite

This dislodged seam expansion caused by shifting down the opposite side of the entire slab. To fix it we lift up and support the entire slab, then re-bond the seam itself. more...

Poorly Filled Seam on Bathtub Top before Rebonding

Seams repair Q&A: Should the tub top be replaced? – NO. Does poorly filled seam get worse? – YES. Can such the seam in marble be refilled? – YES. more...

Shower Wall after Mold Roots Removal

The mold stains were removed by deep grinding and brightening by long contact with some aggressive chemicals. more...

Antique Marble Countertop Restoration

Antique Counter Top Improved

Antique marble counter top with the backsplash is located in a brownstone in Brooklyn. Although it had a lot of permanent stains, some of them possibly 100 years or so, after poulticing we were able to extract most of more...

Yellow Stains Removed in One Hour

Yellow Stain Removed On Benchtop

Picture of the counter area where the yellow stains were removed by brightening with various chemicals and methods. more...

Polished Fireplace Medallion

The keystone or medallion along with rest parts of the fireplace was cleaned, brightened, stains removed and polished to shine. more...

Old Fashioned Vanity before Poulticing

Antique Counter Top Improvment

We will simply grind down the stained and discolored layer until we’ll get clean, raw marble with uniform color. Then a poultice will be applied to remove some of the stains from the counter. If we’ll be lucky, more...

Brightening Rusty Stains On Marble (With No Poultice)

Bright Stains On Tubtop Edge Reduced

Marble has pores and thus permeable, so it is easy to leave a stain and often impossible to remove the stains, especially on such white marble. We were able to brighten them to less obtrusive shade. more...

Unnoticeable Seam on Double Edge. Green Serpentine Marble

Serpentine Green Marble Double Seamed Edge

Double edge was revamped with leftover marble stip. We cut out the marble strip to fit exactly to the existent edge. Then glued and forced up the stip with pressure using clamps, then simple edge shaping and more...

Fixed Seam on Botticino Tub Top

For best hiding a seam or crack on multicolored marble we prepare and use a few colors of epoxy. The ordinary school teach to use one most available color on stone, as it is a faster and easier way, but not always the more...

Unnoticeable Seam on Granite after Flattening and Smoothing

We’ve removed some old epoxy from top of the seam, then clean up the gap with acetone and fill in with new epoxy. more...

Seam Fill Up and Unnoticeable Fix on Front of Cooktop

A seam can be fixed by lifting of a counter and shimming from underneath of a countertop and fixing with solid epoxy or a silicone. Then the seam should be cleaned, degreased, and slightly sanded if possible. Then more...

Black Absolute Granite Unnoticeable Crack after Repair

Black Absolute After Crack Glueing

Cracks in granite are repaired by filling up with epoxy to glue pieces back together. But the crack will remain visible and uneven unless the area around the crack is sanded and properly polished. Filling the cracks more...

UbaTuba Granite Counter Unnoticeable Chip

Black Pearl Granite Counter Chip On Edge Repair

We put tape on the area around the chip and put some epoxy to fill up the gap and spread just little above stone surface. We use epoxy and and mix color toners in the epoxy to blend the chip with best color more...

Shower Saddle after Crack Repair

Botticino Shower Threshold Hairline Crack Repair

In practice, marble is restored somewhat easier than granite. If properly processed, the traces of its restoration will be almost impossible to notice. Often the crack line may appear as a natural vein or pattern. To more...

Fixed Corner of Conference Room Table

To perfectly hide the cracks we used several colors of epoxy. It helped us better to blend and hide crack lines among other veins and patterns to unnoticeable. more...

Pale Jerusalem Stone on Bathroom Floor

Bathroom floor before honing and cleaning. You can notice how stone veins, holes and as well grout lines are filled with darker dirt. The material of the tiles is Jerusalem Stone. more...

Buckling Radiator Granite Sill. After Crack Repair

To repair and hide the crack lines to unnoticeable – the multi-colored epoxy was used. more...

Multi Color Square Coffee Table Top after Crack Reparation

Brown White Whole Marble Table

Hued square coffee table top slab after broken off corner repair. Various colors, patterns, and veins allowed us to hide crack lines to invisible. more...

Round Dining Table before Cutting and Fabricating

Round Table Fabrication Before Reshaping

The round Botticino dining table coated with Transparent Polyester Glazed Coat, glass-like finish. Marked for trimming, cutting, edging to bullnose, coat stripping and fabrication to specified dimensions and more...

Ruined Rectangular Glazed Dining Table

This coated with a “liquid glass” dining table split apart into 3 fragments. To strengthen the repair we used metal bars from the bottom side. Image before restoration. more...

Restored Transparent Polyester on Broken Corner

The corner of the glazed dining table was broken off during moving to a new apartment in Manhattan. We use our unique technique to restore chipped or cracked plastic layer (transparent polyurethane) on the marble more...

Knoll Saarinen Coffee Table.
Chip and Crack

This glazed table was messed up by the owner and shipped to us from Texas for chip and flake off on the plastic layer repair and recoating. During transportation, it was broken once again by the shipping company. Plus more...

Transparent Coat Flake off Repair on Dining Table

The corner of the marble dining table and “water clear” glaze coat was messed up and delaminated during transportation by moving company. Same table in the moving company storage. First time it was broken more...

Splotchy Spots on Floor Suffered the Vinegar Bottle Dropping

This is the etched kitchen marble floor in Brooklyn apartment. The owner accidentally had dropped a bottle with overly aggressive vinegar. It clearly shows reaction overly aggressive acid/vinegar with a marble more...

Suffered Square Coffee Table Top before Fracture Repair

Brown White Marble Table Corner Fracture

The good news is that a broken marble slab does not mean that it has to be put down in and trashed, if the break isn’t too severe, it can be mended and used as brand new table. more...

Suffered Shower Tile Removal and Setting

Many times our bathrooms, shower rooms, steam room or wet room – whatever you term it needs an overhauling renovation, especially for those tiled surfaces that keep on coming out. Our specialized tile resetting more...

Lobby Panel Before Restoration and Installation

Image before suffered marble panel restoration and installation in building lobby. Brooklyn NY more...

Splotchy Blots and Ring Marks on White Countertop Surface

Some drawbacks of a kitchen marble countertop. It can get damaged from time to time. Kinds of damage may include scratches, stains, cracks, loss of shine, etches, ring marks, spottings, etc. It is here that we enter more...

Spotted-Etched-Dingy Limestone before Scouring

Severely Spotted Etched Burned Limestone Countertop

It is absolutely counter-indicative to apply for cleaning marble usual caustic household cleaners: a washing powder, cleaning powders like Ajax or Domestos. The substances contained in them can destroy the structure of more...

Splotchy Blots & Dingy Rings on Countertop (Kitchen Island)

Etched Specks On Shine Finish Waterfall Edge

Water spottings or etch rings on countertop surface and waterfall edge. Marble, travertine, onyx, limestone are all these stones on a calcite basis, and therefore unstable to PH active liquids, especially acids. When more...

Topical Splotchy Blots On Marble Island

Topical Stain On Marble Workbench

In order to avoid such undesired spottings, you should know:  marble is afraid of spilled coffee, tea, juice, sodas, wine, ketchup, dressing, etc. A sealer may help in some such cases but in not all cases. more...

Yellow Stains by Sink before Removal

Yellowing Stains Removal

Sometimes the light marble countertops begin to acquire an undesired yellowish shade. To remove yellowing spotting, try to apply on a stone surface and leave for a few hours a saturated solution of soap, and then more...

Deterioration on White Carrara Messed up Steps. Entire Flight

White Carrara Cracked Steps Replacement

Despite all its positive qualities, marble belongs to the group of soft stones, so constant exposure of the polished surface to abrasives, chemicals or other unfavorable compounds and other deterioration factors can more...

Ruined Steps Repair and Replacement

Some problems like broken marble steps and rough nosing of stone can affect the beauty and can cause injuries. From tabletops to countertops, from bathroom floors to marble steps all will require a marble grinding and more...

Dirty Crack on Caulk. Acrylic Bathtub

Acrylic Tub Crack Before Recaulking

There are a lot of seams in a bathroom, and all of them must be caulked immediately after the completion of the main works. Be sure to check each seam and do not forget to apply a special compound that will give water more...

Messed up Mosaic Shower Floor Restoration

If water comes out from underneath marble shower floor, that is a more serious issue as it has soaked throughout tiles or seams from the bottom to the surface, leaving salt deposits and other compounds on the more...

Curved Crack on Marble Table Lamp

This delicate and brittle marble table lamp was accidentally messed up to crooked break-offs. We fix it using our standard technique. Carved from White Carrara marble. more...

Messed up Round Coffee Table Chap in Half

The table top wasn’t attached to its base and leg and accidentally dropped down and broken. We mounted the top to the leg with screws upon the crack restoration. more...

Ruined Italian Travertine Table Split in Half

This big travertine dining table was revitalized in the backyard without pickup and delivery. Sometimes it’s easier and safer to do reparation on-site, it is eliminating the risk to be messed up during more...

Ruined Conference Room Table. Crashed Corner

Although the table was laying on a flat plywood base, it was accidentally messed up during moving into the new office. more...

Messed up Saarinen Dining Oval Table (Chips Trimming on Knife Edge)

The white thassos Knoll dinning table was deeply chipped during moving to new office in Manhattan NY. We cut off and re-shape the new edge. more...

Tarnished Bathroom Floor During Restoration

Bathroom marble floor tiled with 12″ by 12″ brownish tiles with white veins. Messed up with pre-restoration activities. more...

Ceramic Tiles and Tub after Re caulking

Ceramic Tiles Square Tiles Tub After Re Caulking

Re-caulking is important in areas such as: Bathtubs tops Shower floors perimeters Shower thresholds and window sill Shower glass panels Around shower fixtures such as handles and faucets Around sinks and more...

Reddish/Brown Marble Window Sill Radiator Crack Repaired

Marble Window Sill Crack Repaired

We are doing marble restoration not only on flooring but also on window sills, walls, counter tops, steps and for each task (like to save fixture) we use its own approaches and equipment. more...

Chopped Chunks of the Fireplace Floor Slab

On the picture is the rectangular floor hearth that was broken, burned, scratched, and chipped in many places. Picture before restoration. more...

Chopped in Half Calacatta Gold Vanity

Honed Calacatta Gold vanity with an oval sink. Before renewal and the crack repair. more...

Chopped Round Travertine Table Restoration

The round dining table has been fallen and chopped onto 4 large shards and turned to salvageable condition. The good thickness and lightweight of travertine allowed us to fix it without inserting metal bars. more...

Broken to Shards Botticino Commode Top

Salvageable old fashioned commode top with Ogee edge is accidentally chopped to 3 shards. more...

Black Granite Chap Fracture By Sink

Black Absolute Front Fracture By Sink Cutout

Cutout for sinks or cook-top are weakest areas on a counter, and the most potential spots for chap cracks to happen, as there is most concentration of internal tensions over an entire counter. more...

Broken Side Leg of Fireplace During Gluing

The broken pillar of the fireplace was damaged during shipping from oversea. We were able to perform the repair on-premises without pickup an delivery. more...

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    Brooklyn, NY 11229

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    Lynn W. Avatar
    Lynn W.
    5 star rating

    Eugene blew us away with how fantastic our bathroom turned out. We recently moved into an apartment and were disappointed by how poorly the marble stone was kept. A friend recommended Eugene, he was very responsive and professional. You can tell he takes pride in his work. He spent two full days polishing, cleaning, caulking and grouting the entire bathroom and it looks like new. Before he left we asked for a proposal for the kitchen! I highly recommend him and would use him for every stone job we have moving forward.
    He is simply the best.

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    Elle S.
    5 star rating

    The first, I was impressed with how fast they got back to me after asking for a quote. Eugene was professional, fast, and keep his promises. He communicates well and it was very easy to work with him, and I was very pleased. It is very important to me that people who I work with is professional and trustworthy. I can see a long-term relationship with them and am very happy to find them. By the way I found them by looking for an answer on Houzz for my question about my furniture.

    Leonard K. Avatar
    Leonard K.
    5 star rating

    Eugene did right by us! Lowest estimate of several I received, but no corners cut. Very patient answering all my questions by email, super professional and respectful in my apartment, including thorough cleanup, and my counters look great!

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    Shaun S
    5 star rating

    Eugene was great. My contractor ruined our "travertine" floors. Our contractor used the wrong grout and my pale colored stone floors looked dirty. Eugene to the rescue! Eugene scrubbed, polished and regrouted the bathroom stone floor and it looks just the way it was meant to. Eugene told us that the stone was really limestone. He was quiet and went straight to work. I found him to be very respectful. He saw we had new flooring in the house and took off his shoes. Class act. We highly recommend Eugene. Now my family can finally move into our first home.

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    Allison M.
    5 star rating

    Eugene absolutely saved the day for us, and we are so grateful. With only 3 days left to move out of our BK apt, our movers cracked a priceless family heirloom marble dresser top. We were devastated! A friend of mine who does object restoration for museums gave me ABC's website, and Eugene spent a day communicating with me, and came, to our home (in a mask) the very next day and restored our marble on location and in our tight time frame. When he was finished, it was stunning, and we are beyond grateful to him. I hope I never need his services again, but I strongly recommend him to others. At the end, he even helped us correctly package the marble for our move so we didn't need to have the movers risk harming the marble again. We are so grateful to him!

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