Tips & Articles

Grout Sealing and Color Sealing

Grout is porous, which means it is full of tiny holes that become filled with bacteria, dirty mop water, and the like. When grout does what it’s supposed to do, that is, keeping out moisture and giving floors a finished look, hardly anyone notices it. But when grout absorbs stains, it draws undesirable attention…

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Limestone

Limestone is an extremely durable sedimentary stone that ranges in hardness from soft and very porous to hard. Limestone loses its smooth, granular elegance when it becomes scratched, etched, or stained. These problems are skillfully remedied by Lacasse Stone and Tile.

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Quartzite

Quartzite is a stone of choice for people who love the look of marble, but want something that is not as delicate. The appearance of quartzite can decline with exposure to improper cleaning agents, improper application of coatings, or accidental damage.

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