Quality restoration is North Bay Restoration's business.
Before(Left): Exterior slate (15-year-old) patio had never been sealed. NBR power washed & chemically deep cleaned to remove organic surface contaminants.
After(Right): The second image portrays the work in progress; showing the contrast of color-enhanced slate tile and clean, natural slate tile.... The finished product is absolutely stunning!
Marble Slab Restoration
Before(left): This "Negro Marquina" marble slab, double-sink vanity is located a high-traffic, commercial, men's bathroom. Unfortunately, the surface very poor care by the evening janitorial crew. Needless to say, the vanity was heavily etched and scratched.
After(Right): Once NBR thoroughly diamond ground, re-polished, and sealed the surface with a high-quality, solvent-based impregnator, a polymer wax was applied for additional protection. The cleaning staff and property owners were sufficiently instructed on continued care and NBR was asked to include this vanity along with other natural stone surfaces in a yearly maintenance program. Notice the beautiful sheen and reflection!
Travertine Tile Floor Restoration
Before(left): This 10-year-old "Travertine Romano Classico (long grain)" tile floor showed normal wear & tear with heavy wax build up. The homeowner desired a basic tune up.
After(Right): NBR lightly machine honed to remove minor scratches, etches, and wax build up. Polished to homogenize sheen, then finished with a high-quality penetrating sealer. Notice the detailed definition in the window reflections!
Limestone Patio Restoration
Before(left): This limestone deck had never been sealed, subject to extreme coastal sea-air conditions, with rainwater runoff from copper downspouts for years.
After(Right): NBR deeply cleaned and sealed with a solvent-based impregnator. Home owner was amazed!
Pavers Restoration - Color Enhanced Slate
Before(Background): This "Saltillo - Mexican Paver" patio was heavily coated with a dingy urethane and years of dirt/grime.
After(Foreground): NBR power washed, steam cleaned, chemically/mechanically scrubbed to strip off all the old urethane. The tiles were then re-sealed with a superior solvent-based, breathable urethane. Notice the beautifully revived colors!
Concrete Floor Restoration
After(Right): NBR deep cleaned & diamond grinded this concrete floor to remove the cream layer, then color stained, grouted the perimeter, & applied a high-performance lacquer for additional protection. The floor is stunning! These photos hardly do it justice!
Agglomerate Tile Floor Restoration
Before(left): This "Man-made Agglomerate Resin" tile showed normal wear and tear. The homeowner desired a simple facelift.
After(Right): NBR mechanically diamond polished, chemically deep cleaned, sealed with topcoat urethane. Notice the detailed reflections!
Granite Chip Repair
Before: NBR deep cleaned the area & applied primer to insure good adhesion, then filled chip with a specialized clear-bonding solution, & cured with a UV light system by Stonelux. The repair is solid and hardly noticeable, ready for regular use.
Although granite is among of the hardest of all natural stones & ideal for countertops use in both residential & commercial settings, this surface incurred a heavy impact which caused a substantial chip.
NBR deep cleaned the area & applied primer to insure good adhesion, then filled chip with a specialized clear-bonding solution, & cured with a UV light system by Stonelux. The repair is solid and hardly noticeable, ready for regular use.
Before(left): This tile bathroom was installed satisfactorily, but grouted completely wrong. It appears the installer originally used non-sanded grout, then tried to resolve the issue with a urethane or epoxy grout, which was smeared everywhere. (Non-sanded grout should only be used with 1/8" joints or smaller, as it does not hold enough to fill larger joints adequately & is notoriously weak.) Needless to say, the bathroom looked horrible & created a restoration nightmare. The homeowner was told by several professionals that the entire job should be torn out & re-installed with new tile, which would obviously cost her much time, money, hassle, & grief.... Then she called NBR & everything turned in a positive direction. 🙂
After(Right): NBR bid the job for 70% below the cost of demolition & re-installation. The grout was removed, which was no easy process due to the density of the urethane/epoxy material, then the entire bathroom was re-grouted with Laticrete True Color. The homeowner is ecstatic with the clean/crisp results! Good as new & talking of taking a trip to Italy!