GRANITE COUNTERTOP RENEWAL

Clean, seal, and polish your granite countertops in Fort Smith

Granite Countertop Renewal in Fort Smith

Granite countertops look beautiful in any home. Because granite is durable, you expect to be able to enjoy its beauty for years to come. Unfortunately, granite loses some of its luster and shine over time. Even though most granite countertops come with a sealant when first installed, this sealant wears down through the years. This causes contaminants to enter and hide in the granite’s surface.

Regular maintenance, cleaning, and sealing of granite are essential to protect your countertops. With Elmer’s Chem-Dry granite countertop renewal in Fort Smith, your countertops can look new without the massive price tag!  

kitchen after a granite countertop renewal in fort smith ar

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We’re the Granite Cleaning Experts

Elmer’s Chem-Dry only has the most trained and competent technicians perform our granite countertop renewal service in Fort Smith. Our trained technicians provide an initial assessment and thorough inspection of your countertops before any cleaning takes place. Next, they point out any areas of concern and walk you through the steps of our renewal process. After the cleaning takes place, our technicians will give you tips for the future care of your countertops.

types of contaminants our granite cleaning removes​Eliminate Contaminants Embedded in Granite

Our granite countertop renewal in Fort Smith uses a cleaning solution that sinks deep into your granite’s porous surface and removes germs, build-up, dirt, and hard water.

Our cleaning solution is green and non-toxic, so it safely and effectively removes contaminants without relying on harsh chemicals. We make sure to seal the countertop’s surface after we clean it to keep bacteria away in the future. This makes your countertops safer and cleaner to use, and it also restores the shine and luster of your granite.

Home Health Study statistics for granite countertop renewalGranite Countertop Cleaning Results

There are various DIY granite cleaning products available but these often do more harm than good. Most at-home cleaners contain abrasive ingredients that have the potential to damage granite and dull the finish.

Fortunately, our specialized granite countertop renewal process in Fort Smith is safe and causes no damage to your countertops. We’ve tested the effectiveness of our granite renewal process in multiple homes for our Home Health Study. We found that our granite countertop renewal process when used with a sanitizer, removes an average of 98.4% of bacteria from granite countertops!

“Elmer and his crew were great! Elmer fully explained the processes and costs up front. He was very helpful with offering suggestions to better maintain my tile floors and granite countertops. They did a fantastic job cleaning and were very friendly and professional. I will definitely use them again in the future!”

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Address:
1533 N Greenwood Ave
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901

Phone: (479) 646-8800

Email: crawfordsebastiancd5@gmail.com

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Service Area:

Serving all of Crawford & Sebastian County, Arkansas including: Fort Smith, Van Buren, Greenwood, Alma, Barling, White Bluff, Lavaca, Bloomer, Mountainburg, and the surrounding areas.

We also serve Muldrow, Roland, Sallisaw, and Poteau, Oklahoma.

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Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.