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Stuart Dean Maintains Architectural Finishes of Any
Type of Stone, Marble, Metal or Wood Nationwide
New York, NY, May 21, 2003 – Stuart Dean, with offices from coast to coast, restores and maintains architectural metal, stone, wood and glass at commercial properties across the U.S. Founded in 1932, the firm cares for high-end surfaces such as decorative bronze and stainless steel at main entrances and in elevator cabs. They also hone and polish floors including marble, granite and terrazzo to a like-new luster. Architectural wood, including paneled walls, counters and doors are refinished or spot repaired by skilled technicians to restore an active appearance.

Stuart Dean has developed unique process over the years to meet the needs of its clients. These include Stone Sentinel™, a patented state-of-the-art UV cure stone restorer and protectant. It’s ideal for applications including marble vanities and bar tops where it provides an attractive finish that also protects the stone from staining.

In addition, the company has pioneered techniques for restoring exterior architectural metal at curtain walls and building facades. They restore and protect the cladding of buildings ranging in size from one to one hundred stories. Their services include field-applied coatings, available in any color, to enhance/modernize buildings that offer performance equal to original factory finishes. 

According to Gregory Schall, Stuart Dean’s VP of Lodging, many of the nation’s largest hotel operators and property management firms turn to Stuart Dean to maintain their architectural finishes. The company offers custom maintenance plans designed to save time and money for image conscious properties.  Now, companies with facilities across the U.S. have a national service provider to care for their architectural finishes. 

For information, contact Gregory Schall at 212-586-0755 /

Stuart Dean Company, Inc.
101 West 55 th, New York, NY 10019
Gregory Schall
Phone 212.586.0755
Fax 212.586.0756

Also See Patented Process Confirmed to Restore Marble Surfaces in Hotels; Ideal for Guest Bathrooms / March 2003

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