> Its honed, maybe a 400grit. I am just worried that once I start griding I
> could end up spending more time fill the holes I expose.
Thats the thing really. What I do is try to determine what they will pay
and if I feel that I can make money- I go for it. With the grinding you
will open plenty of holes. You will then basically use a grout float to
fill the holes over the entire floor. Doing the entire floor goes quickly
if you have help. Not having to polish is a plus. I would try to get at
least $4.50 - $7.50 per square foot, not sure what the market is in
Nevada. When it gets good, I'll bring my equipment to Vegas and get rich
grinding the strip!
> On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 11:25 AM, Austin Willis
>> Hello Everyone, I have potential client called me and has 1,500sq' of
>> Travertine they installed and want me to come in and grind down the
>> What do you guys charge to do this and restore it to original finish?
>> know that I will have to some in and fill the holes etc. Thanks Guys
>> Austin Willis
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