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Travertine Floor

After the Travertine Tile Cleaning, our services includes polishing and sealing of the floor.

Marble Floor

After the Marble Tile Cleaning, our services includes polishing and sealing of the floor.

Mexican Pavers

After the Mexican Paver Cleaning, our services includes low natural gloss or high gloss polishing and sealing of the floor.

Wall Tile

After the Wall Tile Cleaning, our services includes polishing and sealing.

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Concrete, Stone, Wood, Carpet Floors and Granite Countertops.    

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Restoration of Tile, Stone, Concrete, Carpet Floors for Coachella, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and for the rest of the Coachella Valley.

Brilliant Floors Restored is a professional stone cleaning and restoration company that specializes in services ranging from performing routine maintenance on stone floors and granite counter tops to solving complex tile, grout and stone problems. Our Partners combined have been in the floor restoration business for over forty years and with our knowledge we can help you to preserve and maintain your investment of lasting beauty in natural stone.

AGGREGATE STONE DRIVEWAY

Aggregate stone floor  Aggregate stone floor

(Beginning to average looking rust stains)

Aggregate Stone Driveway Rust Stain Removal Service.

The decorative process of exposing aggregate has been around since the early 1900s, well before pattern stamping, stenciling, and decorative overlays became trendy. But this method is far from being ready for retirement. An exposed-aggregate finish offers numerous advantages.

And many of today’s contractors are finding creative ways to take exposed aggregate to a new level by combining it with other decorative treatments. But, there are problems with an aggregate stone driveway.

From time to time, what appear to be tiny rust stains finally become highly visible from the coarser angular stone that is found in the aggregate. The general assumption is; that the rust stains come from what we understand to be ironstone. You ask; is there a way of cleaning up this problem? The answer is yes, in a very high percentage of our projects.

In many cases, the rust staining is from pyrite in the aggregate. You can remove most rust stains with our special chemical product and labor process.  Ironstone (which is ochre rather than pyrite) is very common in most areas.

Some forms of rust stains in an aggregate stone driveway, are in the following patterns;


BG1

BG112

BG119

BG121

BG126

BG12C

BG16

BG17A

BG20C

BG22D

BG24B

BG24C

BG30

BG37B

BG38A

BG3A

BG44A

BG46A

BG5

BG50

BG52A

BG53

BG55R

BG57A

BG66A

BG71A

BG76

BG96

SM10

SM112

SM12

SM14

SM15A

SM17

SM17A

SM1A

SM1C

SM22

SM2X

SM30

SM64

SM71A

SM83

SM84

SM85

One of the problems of aggregate stone driveway surfacing is the amount of rust stains that occur from the iron in the stone.  The rust stains of course must be eliminated to reveal the real beauty of your driveway.

Our company has a proven service to eliminate the rust stains from your aggregate stone driveway.  By using different kinds of chemical formulations and labor processes, simple to difficult rust stain situations can be eliminated.  We must first test the real situation of the problem before deciding on the process.

After the rust stain process is determined, you will be given a professional quotation on the cost and time requirements.  After your approval, we will complete the project, meeting or exceeding our written promises.

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Aggregate stone floor

Aggregate stone floor

OUR COMPANY CAN ALSO INSTALL AGGREGATE DRIVEWAYS AND PATIO DRIVEWAYS. 

Epoxy aggregate flooring consists of a tumbled aggregate or crushed marble stone mixed in a clear specially formulated 100% epoxy resin. Color is achieved by the selection of stone, which comes in a large variety of colors from Cape Verde Green to Cima Rose to Raven Black. The contents are combined in a rotating cement mixer and mixed until all stone is completely coated with a liberal amount of epoxy. The mixture is then poured in place and expertly hand troweled onto the floor’s surface. A final top coat of epoxy will give the floor years of shine. The finished product is a beautiful, truly unique, virtually maintenance free floor.

Unlike ceramic tile, the epoxy aggregate is a seamless floor so there are no stained grout joints or cracked tiles to contend with. With proper maintenance you will not experience a traffic wear pattern like you may find with carpet. There are no rips that are unable to be repaired and no discoloration as with linoleum. And certainly, there will be no scratches to try to hide as so commonly found with wood flooring. No matter which flooring the epoxy aggregate is compared to, the greatest and most important advantage of all is the fact that the epoxy aggregate flooring is easy to maintain and will never have to be replaced.

The epoxy’s strong bond to the substrate plus non shrinking, somewhat elasticity properties make the product ideal for new construction and remodels alike. In consideration of new concrete foundation movement, the epoxy aggregate is much less likely to crack than tile or buckle like vinyl or wood flooring. In the unlikely event of cracking, the epoxy aggregate can be patched to repair. This flooring adapts to most elevation requirements in remodeled homes typically without adjustments being made for flooring height transitions between carpet, tile, wood, etc. The lightweight of the aggregate flooring enables it to successfully be used over wood subfloors.

This floor surface is virtually indestructible and can withstand continuous heavy traffic without wear. The epoxy is chemical resistant to avoid mildew and odor should flooding or spills occur. This flooring is flameproof and will not emit toxic fumes in a fire as can occur with other floor coverings. Under normal circumstances, epoxy aggregate floors will last the lifetime of the structure in which they are installed. During this period they will be easy and economical to maintain. They do not require replacement or expensive maintenance or refurbishment at regular intervals. Thus, under normal use conditions, the life cycle costs will be lower than other types of flooring.


Please contact us for a free inspection and professional quotation.

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Restoration of Tile, Stone, Concrete, Carpet Floors for Coachella, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and for the rest of the Coachella Valley.