Case Studies

Natural stone restoration is a highly specialized craft. Many in the business refer to these specialists as the "doctors" of the industry. A wealth of knowledge and experience are necessary to diagnose, then cure the condition of the stone. This new Case Study feature offers you a glimpse into some very interesting projects and how the work gets done.

Scranton Courthouse and Granite Fountain Restorations

Discover how deteriorating marble on the face of the historic William J. Nealon Federal Building and Courthouse in Scranton PA was restored to its circa 1931 beauty. Learn how 90 slabs of marble were removed, transported to a shop and restored to their original appearance.

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Granite Fountain – Wentworth-Douglas Hospital

The lobby of Wentworth-Douglas Hospital in Dover, New Hampshire, is home to a majestic 32-foot granite waterfall. Unfortunately, the appearance of the fountain had become diminished over the years and required detailed professional restoration to return it to all its glory.

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