Marble flooring is meant to make a statement. These charming floors are like no other floor type because they offer a sense of charm, luxury, and class with which very few can compete. The natural light tones of the floors are ideal for creating spaces with a light and airy feel while the smoothly polished surface offers a gleaming touch. These premium architectural materials can last a lifetime if they are properly cared for but they will need some maintenance and restoration over the years. 

These floors require deep cleaning at least once a month and should regularly be polished to remove scratches or to restore their shine. 

But when is a good time to get these restoration tasks done? You can simply look out for the following signs. 

Dull Floors without Lustre

A polished marble floor is supposed to create a beautiful gleaming shine and might even produce a mirror-like image when you look down at it. If your floors look all dull without any lustre to them then it is a clear sign that you might need some help. 

Dull floors are pretty easy to restore through diamond polishing. The specialist pads are combined with a high-quality polish and will instantly smooth out imperfections and buff the floors back into their gleaming state.

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Every marble floor will eventually develop some scratches and there will be a lot more scratches in high-traffic areas. 

The scratches are created when furniture is scraped over the floor, by wheels rolling over the surface, or by our feet when we walk over these surfaces. Dogs with long nails are also very likely to cause these scratches. 

These small scars and tears in the floor coating can make your floors look unattractive. If you look across the gleaming floors and only notice scratches then it might be time to get a touch-up. 

Minor scratches are usually easy to polish out and remove. With the right polishing techniques and top coat, your floors can be perfectly smooth again.

Holes and Cracks

Marble can easily crack or break if something heavy falls on the tiles. Regular wear and tear can also result in cracks or holes over time.

 These types of floor damage should be professionally restored as soon as you notice them. Stone experts can help replace damaged tiles or may be able to fill out the gaps between the cracks with adhesives of the same colour as your flooring. After applying a new seal, the crack or holes will hardly be noticeable. 

These restoration services are not just important for the sake of aesthetics but can also keep the cracks from growing deeper and wider or from affecting the surrounding tiles.