Polishing Stains out of Marble Floor Tiles in Northampton

The Marble floor tiles in the pictures below covered a large kitchen, family room and utility area at a property in New Duston near Northampton. The client who was a builder had been recommended our services by one of his own clients, so he contacted us for advice on how to renovate the Marble flooring. I went to the property to survey the floor and could see straight away that the tiles were dull, lifeless with some staining and hardly recognisable as Marble. I recommended the floor was honed through a polished process known as burnishing, followed by the application of a sealer to provide durable protection for the stone. I organised a quote which was accepted, and we arranged a date for the work to start. Apologies in advance for the quality of the photographs, it’s tricky this time of year when the light is failing to capture a good photo. Restoring Polish to a Marble Tiled Floor I began the burnishing process, which involves the application of a set of Tile Doctor diamond encrusted burnishing pads attached to a 17′ rotary machine. At Tile Doctor we work with a four-pad system that allows us to gra