With unbelievable colors and elegant veining, Marble creates absolutely stunning countertops for your home. Visit our showroom to learn more about marble and find out how our designers can integrate marble into your countertop project for breathtaking results.
Marble is considered more porous than granite so a little extra care and maintenance is involved but for many homeowners, the beauty and look of marble negates the issue of upkeep.
There are several different colors of marble. Some of the more popular ones are White Carrera, Botticino, Calcutta Gold, White Cherokee and Empodora. Color variations are the result of the elements that were present when the stone was formed.
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Marble is prized for its timeless beauty, unique veining, and natural warmth, making it a popular choice for countertops. It adds a touch of elegance to any kitchen or bathroom. Also, because it’s a natural stone, each slab is unique, offering an exclusive appearance. Marble also remains cool to the touch, which is beneficial for baking and pastry-making areas.
To maintain marble countertops, wipe up spills immediately, especially acidic substances like wine, coffee, and fruit juices that can etch the surface. For routine cleaning, use a soft cloth and a mild, pH-neutral cleaner specifically designed for marble. Avoid abrasive cleaners and scrubbers, as they can scratch the surface. Regular sealing is recommended to protect against stains and etching.
Marble is a durable natural stone, but it’s also porous and softer than materials like granite or quartz, making it more susceptible to scratching, chipping, and staining. With proper care and maintenance, including sealing the marble periodically, it can withstand daily kitchen activities well.
It’s not recommended to place hot pots or pans directly on marble countertops, as extreme heat can cause damage, including discoloration and cracking. Use trivets or heat-resistant mats to protect the surface. Although marble can tolerate moderate temperatures, sudden changes in temperature or direct heat sources can be harmful.