CAPITOL STONE CARE is a family owned natural stone and tile restoration and maintenance company providing expert services in Washington DC metropolitan area. We restore your marble, granite, and other natural stones to its original appearance.
Capitol Stone Care’s story dates back to the year of 2001 when our founder David first started working in the stone fabrication industry in Illinois. During his time in stone fabrication, David became an expert stone craftsman through his extensive experience customizing, finishing, and inspecting pieces of stone for high ticket renovation projects.
After roughly 20 years of building his expertise in the stone fabrication industry, David joined forces with his close friend Kosta, the owner of Pinnacle Stone Restoration in 2021 and started working in the stone restoration and repair industry. Due to his extensive experience in Stone Fabrication, David was quickly able to deliver an expert level of quality in stone restoration and repair.
Through his time working for Pinnacle Stone Restoration under Kosta, David started to really enjoy the trade and the difference their team was able to make. For David, seeing the transformation of newly restored stone surfaces in combination with the reactions of thrilled clients was priceless.
With stone repair and restoration being a niche service, there aren’t many specialized companies within the D.C. area that deliver high quality services. David recognized the need for a high quality stone repair vendor and saw it as an opportunity to pursue his dream in the nation’s capital.
In 2021, David moved to Bethesda, Maryland with his family and opened Capitol Stone Care.
Our family owned & operated business continues to grow by delivering the highest level of customer service and supervision possible on every job, directly from our founder David and his son.
With hundreds of successful jobs annually and over 63+ 5-star reviews on google, Capitol Stone Care has become a trusted vendor of homeowners, businesses, and even government entities in D.C. to restore their floors, countertops, and stone surfaces.