Very Cracked Marble


We love when a job presents us with a task that challenges our abilities as marble restoration specialists. We were recently called to a beautiful home built in the 1850s in the quaint town of Paris, Ontario. Our client is a collector and dealer of fine antique art and furniture. He has the largest collection of antiques in all of Canada, and each piece is more unique and striking than the last. Needless to say, when a large piece of his white marble countertop cracked, he was intent on repairing it in order to preserve the beauty and integrity of this piece of functional art. The task at hand was not a simple one.  Enter our repair specialists. How did they pull it off? Take a look at the slideshow above to find out.

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But don't just take our word for it...

Castel-Mare resealed all of our marble countertops and floors, including the repair and polish of damaged and high use surfaces. They are extremely knowledgeable and their work is of the highest quality. As a homeowner, I was impressed with their responsiveness and the care taken to prepare work areas to ensure a neat and clean process. I will continue to use Castel-Mare for general maintenance of our marble and limestone surfaces and have already recommended them to friends and family.

Private Residency

Four seasons Toronto

I would like to express my appreciation of the fine work you have done for us over the last few years. The projects were high quality, on time and within the estimate provided. The job sites were always left very clean and all waste materials removed. I would have no hesitation in recommending you for other work.

Lorraine MacDonald

Intracorp Projects

We have exclusively used Castle-Mare Marble Care since our first occupancy for any and all hard surface repairs and maintenance. They are extremely good at what they do, possibly the best I have ever seen, and in combination with their extremely quick and responsive customer service, I would recommend them to anyone looking for hard surface repairs/servicing.

Tim Knight