Are your marble or travertine floor tiles cracked or damaged?
Stone floors can sustain damage from daily foot traffic, furniture movement and items being dropped on the tiles. Tile movement, age and deterioration of silicone expansion joints can also cause grout between the tiles to become loose and brittle.
The Marble Man commonly repairs marble, limestone, travertine and granite floors tiles and steps.
Our Technicians use special glues and resins to repair chips and cracks. They can replace or recolour damaged grout and silicone to match your existing floor.
Our processes created over many years, ensure that our repairs are strong, lasting and will extend the life of your stone. This will extend the life of your stone so you can avoid replacement.
Is water leaking into damaged grout in your marble shower?
Natural marble, limestone, travertine and engineered stone shower tiles look stunning when they are newly installed or recently polished.
Damage can occur however, from the chemicals in toiletries, when heavy items are dropped on the tiles and when grout and silicone become loose due to age and exposure to varying temperatures and moist conditions. Silicone can also become mouldy, loose and dirty allowing water to seep under the tiles.
The Marble Man can repair chips and cracks in stone shower wall and floor tiles and bathroom surrounds, using advanced UV technology. Our skilled Technicians can replace old, mouldy silicone and recolour the grout to give your stone shower a fresh new look.
Is your favourite marble coffee table in need of repair?
Coffee tables, dining tables and ornaments made from natural stones such as marble, onyx, serpentine, travertine, limestone and granite are beautiful show pieces. They can however, be quite delicate and susceptible to chips, cracks and breaks. Corners are particularly vulnerable to breaking off.
The Marble Man specialises in these types of stone repairs. We can match the colour and texture of the stone using special resins, glues and colour pigments, and return the functionality and aesthetic appeal of the piece.
We can also fill the pits in travertine table tops to give the stone a smoother, more attractive finish and to make cleaning easier.