This granite seam repair course is a comprehensive overview of completing seam repairs. 

What you will learn:

  • How to repair a counter length seam
  • How to repair a seam in front of sink
  • How to reset the seam
  • How to inject the seam with a flowing adhesive
  • How to grind the seam even
  • How to refinish and repolish the repair to blend in with the rest of the counter

There are three different repairs shown throughout this video series each with their own unique challenges. The information here can be translated to completing a number of granite repairs such as crack repairs and are not limited exclusively to seams. 

These repairs are also completed on 3cm material. This is significant because in some parts of the country it is still common to install 2cm granite on top of a plywood sub-top. Though some students will run into the thinner material on a sub-top the techniques taught here can be used on any installation type. 

Once you've completed this course you will have the knowledge and confidence to tackle any number of granite repairs. 

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Granite Seam Repair

    • Seam Repair - Injection Part 1

    • Seam Repair - Injection Part 2

    • Seam Repair - Surface Adhesive

    • Seam Repair - Initial Grind Part 1

    • Seam Repair - Initial Grind Part 2

    • Seam Repair - Refinish Part 1

    • Seam Repair - Refinish Part 2

    • Seam Repair - Polish

    • Seam Repair - Edge Profile

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About the instructor

Lead Instructor

Josh Huseby

Josh Huseby – Stone Restoration Works, LLCStone Restoration Works – DenverLocation: Denver Colorado serving most of the Colorado’s Front RangeWebstie: www.stonerestorationworks.comAs a member of the Marble Institute of America’s committee tasked with creating the industry’s standard for the natural stone restoration and maintenance Josh Huseby contributed to the Restorative Processes and the Equipment sections of the standard.About Josh Huseby:As a member of the Marble Institute of America’s committee tasked with creating the industry’s standard for the natural stone restoration and maintenance Josh Huseby contributed to the Restorative Processes and the Equipment sections of the standard.About Josh HusebyJosh Huseby has been in the hard surface cleaning industry since 2004. He started Stone Restoration Works in 2009 to serve the Denver area and greater front range of Colorado. Isaac Newton once famously said “If I have been able to see farther it is because I have been able to stand on the shoulders of giants.” That can be said for Mr. Huseby in the natural stone and restoration industry. The same year he started Stone Restoration Works he co-founded a company called Samich USA, a company dedicated to the sales and service of the stone restoration and maintenance industry. This put Mr. Huseby on the national care and maintenance scene where he was able to learn from the great body of experience of seasoned professionals across the country.Combining his knowledge of tooling, equipment, products and industry leading processes he has been able to not only build a highly regarded refinishing business in Denver, Colorado but also to contribute to the success of the industry as a whole nationwide.Since founding the businesses Mr. Huseby has been a speaker at national trades shows. Additionally he has beenable to not only host and teach his own Stone Restoration Boot Camps but has also been asked to be a guest instructor at various other industry boot camps nationwide.Mr. Huseby is committed to the long term success of stone restoration industry as a whole. He is currently working on several projects that will further establish his commitment to a high standard of quality within the industry and to educating like minded professionals nationwide.

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