March 23, 2016

Where to begin….we recently bought a house which has a ton of travertine throughout it.  Some of the travertine was in okay shape, and some of it was in pretty awful shape. I also had some tiny black holes in the floor that seemed to have formed from the previous owners dropping things on the travertine.  Either way, I did my research to find Fuller Stone Care, and I am so happy I contacted them to help me out.

Julio was awesome.  He is not a salesman, so there was no pressure.  He just came in and explained their process, as I walked him through my house.  I pointed out all of the areas I was concerned about, and he assured me they could fix them. I was so relieved when he left because I really thought we were going to have to replace all of the travertine in our house (which was going to cost way too much money).

We had to reschedule a few times because they had some conflicts, but it all worked out.  They arrived at 7:30 am and were done by noon.  In short, you could probably just take a half day off work.  They executed a kitchen floor, foyer and hallway, three bathrooms (including counters and showers).  They buffed, cleaned, removed stains, filled in holes and chips, polished, and sealed.  I thought they would be here all day, but they did it all really quickly.

The floors feel much smoother, the grout is brighter, and the showers definitely feel better. The shower surfaces are smoother and cleaner. There are still some cracks I wish they would have filled in, but they did say they might be more noticeable if they did try to fill them in. Overall, I’m happy with the results though.

Julio and his team were so nice and efficient, I cannot say enough about how courteous and polite they were.  If you’re on the fence about what to do about the stone in your house, just give them a call.  The consultation is free, and you have nothing to lose by just getting the information. Hopefully, I won’t be needing their services anytime soon, but if something comes up, I will not hesitate to call them.