Category Archives: Marble

Balance kitchen countertops with a statement backsplash

Natural Stone Countertop and Backsplash Harmonics

You may not have previously thought about them much, but backsplashes can be great features. They make a statement and express individual personality. They may be functional, but that doesn’t make them necessarily uninspiring or boring. Indeed, it’s one part of your kitchen where you can have some fun with the design. And there are […]

Want to consider when choosing a marble floor

Marble Cleaning Restoration and Repair in London

Widely considered since ancient times to be one of the most luxurious and visually appealing natural stones, marble is still the material of choice for many residential and public buildings. Its naturally elegant appearance certainly add to a room’s beauty. However, if you’re choosing marble flooring, you’ll be aware that this stuff is not exactly […]

Cleaning products: are you using them properly?

Correct Stone Cleaning Material

How clean is your house? In the time of Covid-19, this is something we’re all asking ourselves. And, of course, you may think you know how cleaning products work. But if they’re not used properly, they can end up doing more harm than good. When was the last time you really read the instructions on […]

Is concrete the new marble for kitchens?

Restoration to Concrete in London

With lockdown now a month old, most of us are spending more time at home. So you may well be taking a closer look at your kitchen. And you may be thinking about refitting it once restrictions are lifted. Concrete countertops may not spring immediately to mind. But at least one respected designer is now […]

Thinking about revamping your kitchen in lockdown?

Revamping Kitchen During Corona (Lockdown) Lockdown

We’re all spending far more time at home these days, and lockdown could actually present the ideal chance to take a closer look at where you live and think about any changes or upgrades you might want to make. Of course, the kitchen is the most important room in the house, and one thing you […]

Spring cleaning in the time of corona: further tips

Covid 19 (Corona) Home Deep Cleaning

April and May are clearly always the best times of year for spring cleaning. But, in 2020, this activity seems to have acquired a new significance. This time around, it’s about sanitising surfaces and spaces as well as removing the winter-long build-up of grime. We know we’ve mentioned this topic before, but there’s a lot […]

How quartz countertops have captured our hearts

Quartz and Natural Stone Countertop Restoration in London

There’s a reason why we call the kitchen the heart of the home. It’s where we cook, often eat, gather and socialise with family and friends. So it’s a room that deserves to be stylish as well as functional. One way of creating your dream room is with the addition of quartz countertops. These offer […]

Techniques for mending cracks in kitchen countertops

Kitchen Countertop Crack Repair in London

As the coronavirus crisis continues to keep us all indoors for far longer than we would be normally, our homes are increasingly the focal points of our lives. That means we’re more likely to notice things about where we live, especially rooms like the kitchen where we tend to spend a lot of time. Equally, […]

Coronavirus Covid-19 Update and Cleaning Top Tips

Surface and Floors Cleaning for Corona Virus (COVID-19) in London

As the Covid 19 pandemic escalates, we wanted to update everyone on what we at Royal Stone Care are doing. Additionally, we wanted to offer a summary of what you as a householder or business owner can do to keep your home or premises clean. Clearly, this will minimise the risk of infection to yourself […]

Cleaning your kitchen during the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis

Surface and Floor Cleaning and Disinfection against Corona Virus (COVID-19)

The current health crisis is clearly a time of worry for most of us. And we don’t know when the coronavirus pandemic will ease. But there are many simple things we can all do to prevent infection – and infecting others, from handwashing and social distancing to, of course, most importantly, just staying at home. […]