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Why Marble?

Marble is one of the most luxurious stones used for home renovation, especially for kitchen remodeling, where the marble stands out as beautiful, shiny countertops. The best thing about marble is that it’s available in an infinite number of colors and patterns, making it suitable for all types of kitchen requirements. The surface of marble countertops is timeless, exhibiting beauty and elegance. For homeowners looking for something that will sustain for years, this natural stone countertop makes a wise investment. The naturally cool temperature of marble is suitable for cooking, and also helps with controlling the temperature of the surroundings. Marble is resistant to heat and if you maintain your marble kitchen countertops, they can retain their natural glow and sleek look for decades to come. Marble types/Colors Available in Our Stores

Did you know that Marble is one of the longest- lasting naturally occurring stones?

Marble is a metamorphic stone formed by limestone sediment crystallization and initiated by high pressure or heat under the earth’s surface to create hard rocks. It is mainly made up of mineral calcite or calcium carbonate with traces of clay minerals, quartz, granite, micas, pyrite and iron oxides. Though marble is not the toughest natural stone, and it is porous so it can stain easily, it beauty is well worth it. Marble is considered an expensive material for countertops, however, if given proper maintenance, it’ll last for decades.

Can’t decide Between Marble & Granite Countertops?

Take these considerations into account before making your decision.

  • Although granite is the strongest stone, marble is right behind granite, able to resist heat, wear & tear, giving you fine durability with an added advantage of spectacular beauty.
  • Marble is more popular for fireplace surroundings than granite since it doesn’t get yellow because of heat and can bear the occasional spark on the surface.
  • The aesthetics of both marble and granite are appealing, yet marble is more admired in sophisticated settings. If you want just natural, earthy-looking countertops, consider granite, if you desire the elegant, luxurious look and shine in your kitchen, marble is your best choice.
  • Marble is more versatile than granite in terms of colors and patterns, including hues of solid black and white with a broad range of colors in yellow, rose, green, white, black and gray. No two slabs are the same, so you are assured of a unique kitchen countertop.
  • Granite countertops are cheaper than marble countertops as the cost of granite ranges from $30 to $120 per square foot while marble starts at $75 per square foot. While the most expensive granite countertops generally cost around $120 per square foot, investing in marble with the aesthetic advantages making it a better deal for homeowners looking for something unique.

The Cost of Marble Countertops

The marble countertops generally cost around $75 to $250 per square foot, including installation and fabrication cost. Since marble is a high-end material that transforms kitchens from good to unique, many homeowners love this investment.

Marble Countertops Make Your Kitchen Stand Out

The most prominent feature of marble is its elegant look and luxuriousness, which literally lasts for generations. An interesting fact is that the stone’s color is based on the area from where it was mined and after passing through the polishing process, the natural glow of marble comes out. Since marble is mined, every piece of it is unique and different from any other marble piece.

Many homeowners prefer marble countertops for their kitchen not only because of its striking beauty, marble is highly resistant to heat and doesn’t catch fire. The countertop retains its finish until it is directly exposed to heat.

Marble countertops are very easy to clean. You can clean marble countertops with a mixture of dishwashing soap, warm water, and damp cloth, then rinse with water and let it dry. Stains can also be removed by applying a mixture of water and baking soda.

Marble for Bathroom Vanities

Marble is equally suitable for your bathroom vanities. It has been a favorite choice for homeowners who want to configure their bathrooms in the most stylish and sophisticated way to complement their lifestyle. Marble is highly versatile in nature as it is in homes. It’s used in places like bathroom walls, flooring, vanities, tub decks, and shower walls. Carrara is one of the most popular, less expensive marble stones used in bathroom vanities, available at the cost as low as $60 per square foot, including installation and fabrication services. Since marble is porous, it does stain, while polished marble is practically stain-proof, making it an ideal choice for bathrooms.

Maintain Your Marble Countertops & They are Going to Last for Decades

Marble countertops are a lovely addition to your home, but they also require careful usage and timely maintenance to retain their glow and texture. Simple cleaning with a mixture of dishwashing soap and water on a regular basis is helpful to avoid substantial maintenance cost in the long run.

Following the general guidelines below will help you maintain your countertops:

  • Don’t put heated pots, pans, and other hot items directly onto surface
  • Don’t apply acid based disinfectants and cleaners on the surface
  • Marble is more porous than granite, therefore, should be sealed at the time of installation and every 2-3 years.

Marble countertops offer both beauty and longevity if treated with required care.

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