STONE CARE SERVICES

Welcome to Downtown Highland Park and welcome to our business. Stone Care Services specializes in restoration, polishing, honing, caulking, chip fill and seam repair.  We will do our absolute best to provide you with the utmost customer service. Please find our contact information and a map of our location to the right. We hope you enjoy Downtown Highland Park as much as we do!

LATEST NEWS

Take a look at this great bathroom installation by our sister company, Dream Kitchens! This client will love our grout cleaning services, and all the products we sell to keep the bathroom mildew free! Ask us how we can help you and your dream bathroom!

PHOTOS

Check out this beautiful book-matched Silver Wave marble powder room! There is nothing like natural stone to stun your guests!
If you have a shower that needs a little TLC, give us a call at 847-433-1910 for a free in home estimate. If you are a "Do-It-Yourself" type, or out of town, we can sell & ship you the products to do it yourself.  :)
We are here for you if your home's natural stone needs a little TLC like this shower did! :)
Our office will be closed Monday the 26th, but we will be back on the 27th.  You can always place an online order if you wish. :)  We want to wish all our fans a very happy holiday!
We still have a few openings left this week if you need that last minute cleaning before the holidays! :)   Give us a call to schedule at 847-433-1910!
Look what we can do!  The reflection tells it all!
We would like to wish you a safe and happy 4th of July weekend!  Our offices will be closed in honor of the holiday.
Check out this restoration of a vanity our very talented technician recently completed... if your stone needs a face-lift, give us a call for a free estimate! 847-433-1910 :)
SPRING is in the air!  We can ship cleaning products to you, or if you are local, we can send out our tech for a free in home estimate!  Call us today to help you with your spring cleaning needs!
If your vanity needs help like this one did... you need our services!
Yet another great before and after... we are here to help you to achieve this shine!!!
Another great before and after from a job we completed recently!  Do you have the same "before"?  Call us today to get the "after"!
From all of us to you... We wish you the best of the rest of 2015!!!!
WOW!  We can help you with your tops too.  Call us to schedule your free in-home estimate.
More great work by our technician!  Call us today to get your tile and grout cleaned!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!  And don't let countertop stains worry you, we are here to help you if you need it!!! :)
Fun Facts About Thanksgiving That You Might Not Have Known

The Pilgrims did not invite the Indians to join them at their first Thanksgiving because neither group liked or trusted one another.  

Turkey was not on the menu at the first Thanksgiving. Instead the colonial settlers celebrated the harvest by dining on different types of fowl, flint corn, cod, bass and other types of fish. 

Until 1863, there were only two national holidays - July 4th and George Washington's birthday. That changed when President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving a National Holiday to be held on the last day of November. Despite Lincoln's pronouncement, not all states were eager to adopt Thanksgiving because some thought the national government was exercising too much power in declaring a national holiday. Additionally, southern states were hesitant to observe what was largely a New England practice. 

We can thank Sarah Jospeha Hale for convincing Lincoln to act. She campaigned for 20 years to have Thanksgiving designated a national holiday, urging five different presidents, governors, congressmen and others to celebrate the Pilgrim's first harvest. Why has turkey been the main course as opposed to other types of protein? Perhaps the holiday's chief lobbyist had something to do with that as well. In addition to championing Thanksgiving as a national holiday, Hale is best known for writing Mary had a Little Lamb. 

Thanksgiving was not always held on the fourth Thursday in November. The date was established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to help extend the holiday shopping season. When Roosevelt changed the date to the fourth Thursday of November, many Republicans became incensed and would not abide by the new date. Instead, Republicans elected to have their own Thanksgiving on the last day of November per Abraham Lincoln's dictate. Gee, how times have changed! 

In 2007, President George W. Bush pardoned two turkeys named May and Flower, continuing a tradition of pardoning Thanksgiving turkeys that began in 1947. 

Speaking of turkey, Americans will consume approximately 535 million pounds of turkey on Thanksgiving. 

Baby turkeys are called poults. Only male turkeys gobble and therefore are called gobblers. 

The Friday after Thanksgiving is called Black Friday largely because stores hope the busy shopping day will take them out of the red and generate profits. Black Friday has been a tradition since the 1930s. 

The first Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade was held in 1924. The Snoopy balloon has appeared in the parade more than any other character. The Beagle Union gave this fact its highest praise, a four paws up rating. 

Macy's was not the first department store to sponsor a Thanksgiving Day parade. That honor goes to Gimbels in Philadelphia that held the nation's first parade in 1920. Today the parade is known at the 6abc IKEA Thanksgiving Day Parade. 

Because white meat is the most popular part of the bird, turkeys have been bred to have huge breasts. This genetic engineering has had a downside of sorts. Today's domestic turkeys are unable to mate due to the fact that their large breasts prevent males from mounting females. As such, most domestic turkeys are artificially inseminated. 

We will not be posting on Thanksgiving because your employees will be too stuffed to type.
WE HONOR ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED OR ARE CURRENTLY SERVING!!!
Check out our newest ad which appears in TheHomeMag!  Call us today to take advantage of the same coupon! :)

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STONE CARE SERVICES

Welcome to Downtown Highland Park and welcome to our business. Stone Care Services specializes in restoration, polishing, honing, caulking, chip fill and seam repair.  We will do our absolute best to provide you with the utmost customer service. Please find our contact information and a map of our location to the right. We hope you enjoy Downtown Highland Park as much as we do!

CONTACT INFO


ADDRESS

806 CENTRAL AVE 101
HIGHLAND PARK IL 60035

LATEST NEWS

Take a look at this great bathroom installation by our sister company, Dream Kitchens! This client will love our grout cleaning services, and all the products we sell to keep the bathroom mildew free! Ask us how we can help you and your dream bathroom!

PHOTOS

Check out this beautiful book-matched Silver Wave marble powder room! There is nothing like natural stone to stun your guests!
If you have a shower that needs a little TLC, give us a call at 847-433-1910 for a free in home estimate. If you are a "Do-It-Yourself" type, or out of town, we can sell & ship you the products to do it yourself.  :)
We are here for you if your home's natural stone needs a little TLC like this shower did! :)
Our office will be closed Monday the 26th, but we will be back on the 27th.  You can always place an online order if you wish. :)  We want to wish all our fans a very happy holiday!
We still have a few openings left this week if you need that last minute cleaning before the holidays! :)   Give us a call to schedule at 847-433-1910!
Look what we can do!  The reflection tells it all!
We would like to wish you a safe and happy 4th of July weekend!  Our offices will be closed in honor of the holiday.
Check out this restoration of a vanity our very talented technician recently completed... if your stone needs a face-lift, give us a call for a free estimate! 847-433-1910 :)
SPRING is in the air!  We can ship cleaning products to you, or if you are local, we can send out our tech for a free in home estimate!  Call us today to help you with your spring cleaning needs!
If your vanity needs help like this one did... you need our services!
Yet another great before and after... we are here to help you to achieve this shine!!!
Another great before and after from a job we completed recently!  Do you have the same "before"?  Call us today to get the "after"!
From all of us to you... We wish you the best of the rest of 2015!!!!
WOW!  We can help you with your tops too.  Call us to schedule your free in-home estimate.
More great work by our technician!  Call us today to get your tile and grout cleaned!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!  And don't let countertop stains worry you, we are here to help you if you need it!!! :)
Fun Facts About Thanksgiving That You Might Not Have Known

The Pilgrims did not invite the Indians to join them at their first Thanksgiving because neither group liked or trusted one another.  

Turkey was not on the menu at the first Thanksgiving. Instead the colonial settlers celebrated the harvest by dining on different types of fowl, flint corn, cod, bass and other types of fish. 

Until 1863, there were only two national holidays - July 4th and George Washington's birthday. That changed when President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving a National Holiday to be held on the last day of November. Despite Lincoln's pronouncement, not all states were eager to adopt Thanksgiving because some thought the national government was exercising too much power in declaring a national holiday. Additionally, southern states were hesitant to observe what was largely a New England practice. 

We can thank Sarah Jospeha Hale for convincing Lincoln to act. She campaigned for 20 years to have Thanksgiving designated a national holiday, urging five different presidents, governors, congressmen and others to celebrate the Pilgrim's first harvest. Why has turkey been the main course as opposed to other types of protein? Perhaps the holiday's chief lobbyist had something to do with that as well. In addition to championing Thanksgiving as a national holiday, Hale is best known for writing Mary had a Little Lamb. 

Thanksgiving was not always held on the fourth Thursday in November. The date was established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to help extend the holiday shopping season. When Roosevelt changed the date to the fourth Thursday of November, many Republicans became incensed and would not abide by the new date. Instead, Republicans elected to have their own Thanksgiving on the last day of November per Abraham Lincoln's dictate. Gee, how times have changed! 

In 2007, President George W. Bush pardoned two turkeys named May and Flower, continuing a tradition of pardoning Thanksgiving turkeys that began in 1947. 

Speaking of turkey, Americans will consume approximately 535 million pounds of turkey on Thanksgiving. 

Baby turkeys are called poults. Only male turkeys gobble and therefore are called gobblers. 

The Friday after Thanksgiving is called Black Friday largely because stores hope the busy shopping day will take them out of the red and generate profits. Black Friday has been a tradition since the 1930s. 

The first Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade was held in 1924. The Snoopy balloon has appeared in the parade more than any other character. The Beagle Union gave this fact its highest praise, a four paws up rating. 

Macy's was not the first department store to sponsor a Thanksgiving Day parade. That honor goes to Gimbels in Philadelphia that held the nation's first parade in 1920. Today the parade is known at the 6abc IKEA Thanksgiving Day Parade. 

Because white meat is the most popular part of the bird, turkeys have been bred to have huge breasts. This genetic engineering has had a downside of sorts. Today's domestic turkeys are unable to mate due to the fact that their large breasts prevent males from mounting females. As such, most domestic turkeys are artificially inseminated. 

We will not be posting on Thanksgiving because your employees will be too stuffed to type.
WE HONOR ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED OR ARE CURRENTLY SERVING!!!
Check out our newest ad which appears in TheHomeMag!  Call us today to take advantage of the same coupon! :)

EVENTS

No upcoming events