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Experts in the cleaning & restoration of natural stone floors

What We Offer

Specialist Cleaning & Restoration

Whether it’s a marble reception or a recently renovated travertine floor, Vita Stone delivers a comprehensive full floor restoration process.

Utilising cutting-edge technology, the most sympathetic yet robust chemicals and years of natural stone knowledge, Vita Stone delivers the most impressive results possible with your natural stone.


Crack / Damage Repair

Here at Vita stone we are experts in putting right what has been wronged.

Our highly skilled technicians can repair chips, cracks and holes at your premises , using colour-matched resins to achieve the best possible colour-matched repair. We can also remove staining that has occurred using the best poultices available.


Sealing & Protection

Protecting and Sealing your stone floor is the most important measure to undertake correctly in order to maintain the appearance and quality of your stone surface.

The porous nature of stone means that any mistakes at this stage can have a detrimental effect on your stone often resulting in extra costs to remedy.


Bespoke Projects

With years of experience of cleaning and restoring natural stone our staff’s extensive skill base can provide a specialised cleaning and restoration process across various surfaces including worktops, cladding and various other natural stone structures.



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  • Marble

    Whether it’s in commercial premises or in your home, Marble can often have the most visual impact on its appearance.

  • Limestone

    Limestone by its very nature is porous, so as well as being prone to scratching, it easily absorbs dirt and everyday material.

  • Terrazzo

    Terrazzo is typically a marble agglomerate and concrete / resin mix with a typical ratio of 30/70 %.

  • Travertine

    Travertine is a form of limestone, deposited by mineral springs, which has small holes throughout caused by water flowing through the stone.

  • Sandstone

    Most sandstone is composed of quartz and/or feldspar because these are the most common minerals in the Earth’s crust.

  • Granite

    Granite’s extreme density and low porosity makes it a perfect choice for areas that require low maintenance.