Affordable Marble Restoration Expands Service to Cover Delray Beach

Affordable Marble Restoration LLC is looking to expand the coverage of their natural stone restoration services to the area of Delray Beach, Florida. A great market with many homeowners that have stone in their houses.

Boca Raton, United States - March 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Affordable Marble Restoration LLC is a company that offers a wide range of natural stone restoration services in South Florida. Recently a strong push is being made to increase the exposure the company has in the Delray Beach market.

Affordable Marble Restoration LLC has made implementations on their website to attract more customers who are currently residing in the Delray Beach. In addition to making the site more accessible to people in the target market there has been new advertising efforts in this area as well. Delray Beach has a strong real estate market and many homeowners have natural stone throughout some portion of their homes, making Delray Beach a great place for Affordable Marble Restoration LLC to expand the coverage of their services to.

The services offered are listed below,

The types of stone we typically work with are:

· Marble

· Granite

· Limestone

· Travertine

· Terrazzo

· Mexican Tile

· Concrete

· Slate

· Saturnia

The types of services offered are:

· Cleaning

· Grinding

· Sealing

· Polishing

· Honing

· Grout Cleaning

· Grout Sealing

· Regrout

· Pavers Pressure Cleaning & Sealing

Boris, owner of Affordable Marble Restoration LLC had this to say, “Most of my customers put serious thought into just replacing their stone altogether. After they see how their stone looks when we finish they are beyond happy with their decision to restore the stone instead of replacing it, which is far more expensive to do.” Check out here more information about Affordable Marble Restoration LLC http://affordablemarblerestoration.com/delray-beach-marble-restoration/

Affordable Marble Restoration LLC is headquartered in Boca Raton, however after years of successfully restoring the stone in hundreds of houses they are ready to rapidly expand into the neighboring city of Delray Beach. Free quotes are offered to potential customers looking to restore the stone in their homes. In addition, any customers that find Affordable Marble Restoration LLC via the internet are eligible to an additional 10% off the final quote price of the job. For more information about Affordable Marble Restoration visit the site here.

Contact Info:
Name: Boris Bondarenko
Organization: Affordable Marble Restoration LLC
Address: 20423 SR 7 F6 #341, Boca Raton, FL 33498, United States
Phone: +1-800-208-3050
Website: http://affordablemarblerestoration.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 494283

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