Learn about Stone Restoration with International Stoneworks

January 15, 2014

International Stoneworks will co-present the session, “CSI (Critical Stone Investigation): How Geology and Installation Affect Stone Restoration” on January 28, 2014 at the International Surface Event in Las Vegas.

The presentation will discuss stone geology and installation as it relates to stone restoration. The panel of three will help the audience understand how the geological background of stone and the installation of stone determine what type of restoration method professionals can use when restoring a stone surface. Those attending this session can receive 1.5 credits for continuing education.

The International Surface Event, which now consists of three shows: SURFACES, StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas and TileExpo, offers attendees numerous education sessions. Those attending, such as fabricators, installers, retailers, architects, builders, designers and restoration specialists, will have the opportunity to learn how to avoid the pitfalls one can encounter in the stone restoration business.

“I am excited to teach this course because I think this format is new and different,” said Rawi Tabbah, International Stoneworks’ president. “We are three experts from different fields and with our combined knowledge, this course really packs a punch. Correctly restoring a stone floor very much relies on the inherent qualities of each stone and how these stones were installed. Once you know the history of a stone surface, you will be able to fully understand how to properly restore it.”
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