Registration has opened for the Coval Stone Certification Course which will take place October 4 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Houston, Texas, or virtually via an online option. 

Installers and restoration professionals will learn how to identify, repair, and preserve stone surfaces in business and personal environments, and be trained on the installation of Coval Technologies’ newest product, Coval Stone.

The professional class will be taught by Robert Falzone, a 30-year stone and masonry cleaning and restoration expert, and one of only a few approved instructors for the IICRC in the field of Stone, Masonry and Tile Certifications (SMT) in the USA.

New and in use stone surfaces can be repaired and coated with Coval Stone Primer and Coval Stone, which covalently bonds to the surface for an incredibly strong barrier against stains and acid etching. The transparent, single component sealer is a virtually permanent solution.

The cost for the class is $320 per person. Students will receive $200 of Coval products mailed to them, including wet samples of Coval Stone, Coval Primer, and Coval Natural Look Sealer, a golf shirt, a tumbler, a cap, and Coval literature.

To be fully certified to apply Coval Stone, attendees will be required to send a photo of a sample tile coated in Coval Stone and primer and complete a brief phone interview to ascertain that they understand the process and procedures.

The in-person class will be held in the Houston area at Hampton Inn and Suites, 218 Promenade Way, Sugar Land, Texas 77478. For virtual attendance, login information will be provided after registration. 

To register, click here. For more news on Coval, click here.