GRANITE COUNTERTOP RENEWAL
We clean, seal & polish granite countertops in Porter County and Southern Lake County.
Why Region Chem-Dry for Granite Renewal?
Granite countertops are beautiful centerpieces in the home. The durability of granite means you should be able to enjoy its beauty for years to come. Granite will, however, lose some of its luster and shine over time. Even if a sealant was applied when the countertop was installed, that sealant can thin and allow liquids to seep into the granite surface. Residue, germs, dirt and water spots can dramatically impact your granite surfaces.
Regular maintenance, cleaning, and sealing of granite countertops are crucial to helping you protect your investment. There are many do-it-yourself products available, but these can often do more harm than good. Most contain harsh or abrasive chemicals that can damage the granite and make the finish appear dull.
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Tested and Proven Superior Results
We offer a granite countertop renewal treatment that will help you to fall in love with your granite countertops all over again. We’ve tested the effectiveness of our Granite Renewal Process in multiple homes. This study found that our Granite Countertop Renewal process, in conjunction with a sanitizer, removes an average of 98.4% of bacteria from granite countertops. Call Region Chem-Dry when you want to refresh your granite countertops for a cleaner surface, brighter shine and a healthier home.
Improving the Health of Your Home
Chem-Dry’s granite countertop renewal process penetrates deep inside granite’s porous surface, removing the bacteria that can spread dangerous germs and eliminating dirt and grime. We seal the surface to keep those unwanted elements away, which helps restore the shine and extend the life of your granite countertops. Our granite renewal technicians use green certified cleaning solutions that are safe and non-toxic. Powerful deep-cleaning equipment is used to safely remove the dirt and build-up. Extend the life of your countertops with regular maintenance. Renewing your granite tops will help take back years of wear and tear and restore the shine again.
Clean, Protect and Seal Granite Surfaces
Our trained and certified Chem-Dry specialists take time to consult with you and complete a thorough granite countertop renewal service, typically in four steps:
1. Clean & Scrub. Chem-Dry’s proprietary Granite Countertop Cleaning Solution will remove built-up germs, dirt, and grime from your countertops without abrasive scrubbing that can damage the surface. And because our solution is non-toxic, you can be sure your family is safe and your home will be cleaner and healthier when we’re done.
2. Remove Residues. Once we’ve cleaned the surface, we’ll remove any residues from the granite countertop with our Granite Countertop Residue Remover.
3. Seal. In the next phase, we apply a small amount of our Granite Countertop Sealer. Our sealer will dry in 3-5 minutes, not hours. The Sealer penetrates the granite surface leaving you with a powerful layer of protection for your countertops.
4. Polish. Our final phase is the polish. We use our proprietary Granite Polish that will leave your countertops refreshed and revitalized, with a bright, beautiful shine that you’ll enjoy for months and years to come.
Granite countertops are an investment and a beautiful accent to any home, whether it’s in the kitchen, bathroom, family room or even outdoors. While it’s important to keep it clean, that can be a challenge. That’s why it’s good to know you can trust us to do the hard work for you – providing a deep granite cleaning and renewal and leaving you with revitalized granite counters and a healthier home. Call Region Chem-Dry in Valparaiso today for a free granite renewal price quote.
Serving Porter County & Southern Lake County, Indiana, including Valparaiso, Chesterton, Crown Point, Portage, Merrillville, Cedar Lake, Lowell, Hobart, Schereville, and the surrounding areas.
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Sun: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with U.S. EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.