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Terrazzo Polishing and Terrazzo Restoration









Classic terrazzo floors are back in style in a big way, after first being used thousands of years ago in Rome for its durability and charm. Terrazzo consists of small marble pieces in Portland cement, with marble chips on 75 percent of the surface layer. Because marble and cement has been one of Washington Marble Polishing specialties for the past 30 plus years, its only natural that we are the terrazzo polishing and terrazzo restoration experts!


Terrazzo can become lifeless through daily wear and tear or from years of sitting under a layer of carpet and glue. Washington Marble Polishing can bring your terrazzo back to life with the latest technology in the terrazzo field, such as industrial diamond polishing for the marble and special sealers to prevent staining of the Portland cement!


Our award-winning work has been featured on HGTV, in the homes of Presidents, Senators and Congressmen, in some of your favorite historical landmarks and probably right next door in your neighbors home! We have been a family owned and operated company since 1978. So, you will get the personal touch and pricing of a smaller business, with the expertise and resources of a national organization.


Lifted those carpets and found dull and damaged terrazzo?

Call us now at (240) 482-9495

or complete the form on the right for expert advice and a free estimate of your marble

or fine stone project!


We want you to feel confident in choosing Washington Marble Polishing for your fine stone care needs. When you call us, we will either provide you with a quick estimate over the phone or schedule a personal consultation to evaluate your home, business or hotel restoration project. This call is free and no commitment is required, so call us today! There is nothing to lose and so much fine quality stone restoration to gain!


“You have great guys working for you …My floors look like new!”

– Paula S.

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