Can Terrazzo With Pad Damage be Restored?
Terrazzo can be given pad damage through years of being covered by carpet padding, but can terrazzo with pad damage be restored? Without a grinding, honing, polishing, and densifying system similar to ours it can be all but impossible to remove pad damage caused by years or even decades of padding. Safe Dry Terrazzo Restoration has acquired years of experience in removing pad damage, as is apparent in the photos below. Few companies around the world are as experienced as we are in removing pad damage and few have a terrazzo restoration system as advanced as ours. Many companies do not have the experience and technology to handle floors with pad damage and, as the old saying goes, bite off more than they can chew. In contrast, we have restored many pad damaged floors over the years and consistently leave our customers satisfied with our terrazzo restoration services.
“Safe Dry wins the 2009 Super Service award from Angie’s list.”
This award is given to less than five percent of the superior rated companies on Angie’s List. We are proud to display our Angie’s List Super Service Award for 2009 on our web site. Every company will tell you they are the best. At Safe Dry we strive to be the very best terrazzo restoration company. Just saying you are the best is meaningless. At Safe Dry we work hard to get the job done right so our customers will say we are the best. We have an A rating with Angie’s List. Please give us a call so we can prove to you that we will give you the best job possible.
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Proper terrazzo repair takes years to learn. If you have ever seen a repair in terrazzo
flooring that used white epoxy and colored markers or paint you know what we are
talking about. At Safe Dry Terrazzo Restoration we color match epoxy to your terrazzo floor. We never use markers or paint. We carry over seventy colors and sizes of rocks to get the best match possible. Check out the holes, marked using a pen as a pointer, on our blog site. Click on the image to the right to go to our blog site.