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Marble floor polishing can remove small scratches. You can polish the flooring either by dry sanding or wet sanding. Use special silicone-carbide sandpaper in range of grits to slowly work out those imperfections.

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Brick pave sidewalks make a stunning addition to your home. Brick pavers can be used to make either sidewalks or patios. Pavers can also be used to line a driveway. For extra appeal check into engraved brick pavers.

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Custom staircases can be made in a variety of styles - custom iron stairs, custom metal stairs or custom wood stairs - to name a few. When building your custom stairs, be sure they meet code and fit into your area.

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A stone fireplace can really make a room. The fireplace design needs to match the room. Before during your fireplace installation, set up a mock fireplace to see if the fireplace hearth design is comfortable for you.

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Fieldstone, while a nuisance to a farmer, was a building material for their fieldstone retaining wall or foundations. Some homes even have a fieldstone wall in a basement. A fieldstone veneer wall requires special construction so it doesn't fall over.

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A stone wall can enhance your yard. Stone wall construction is not hard if the natural stone wall is less then 24-inches tall. Discovery some of the tips when learning how to build a stone wall.

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Natural stone is great building material. Natural stone flooring can add dramatically to your house. Natural stone tiles allows the average person to create stone projects. Natural stone fireplaces are one on the most common uses of natural stones.

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Sandstone is a fascinating rock. Since sandstones come in a variety of colors, such as black sandstone or brown sandstone, the sandstone blocks can be cut into a variety of products, ranging from sandstone coasters to large sandstone tiles.

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Slate is great for flooring. Slate tile appears to be random in size and placement, but the slate flooring pattern does repeat. Natural slate is set in a mix of silica sand and Portland cement.

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