Marble

Marble is a common option for countertop materials. It is so treasured for its unrivaled visual beauty that many people miss its potential to scrape, discolor, etc. However, by utilizing cutting boards and a suitable sealer, scratches and staining may be avoided, and etching is more likely.

Why choose marble countertops?

Marble’s ageless beauty and majestic sophistication have made it one of the most popular options for worktops in both homes and offices. For generations, the housing industry has preferred the feel and look of marble.

If it is your first pick for bespoke kitchen or bathroom tops, you should be aware of the maintenance and measures you must take to keep them looking wonderful for many years. That is why you should deal with US Marble and Granite. We aim to educate our consumers about the benefits and drawbacks of utilizing stone so that the end product is pleasurable.

To begin, the color change that occurs over time is called “patina” and is entirely natural. If the color shift bothers you, you might just want to explore a different surface for your house. Also, marble countertops must be sealed continuously to protect them with a solution that has stain repellent capabilities, which may be strengthened by the use of a revitalizer solution for regular cleaning of your marble countertops.

Types of marble countertops

1. Carrara Marble

This exquisite stone, named after the Italian town of Carrara, is frequently utilized in sleek modern designs. The white backdrop with blue streaks is a common choice for modern bathroom tops, tub boards, and fireplace accents.

2. Calacatta Marble

Calacatta is associated with exclusivity and is rather costly. This rare stone is also mined in Carrara, Italy, where it originates. It features a white backdrop with veins and parts that are golden or grayish, and crystalline may be seen all over the slab.

3. Emperador Dark Marble.

Emperador Dark has a dark to medium brown backdrop with white veining and white pearls distributed around the slab. It has many veins and natural tiny fractures that are filled with a matching epoxy resin, and the rear of the slab is reinforced by a porous material to make these slabs more robust during shipping and assembly.

4. Vermont Danby Marble

Danby has a pleasant, traditional appearance that is reminiscent of other materials. Amongst these stones, it has the slowest absorption rate. Because of these traits, Danby is the most preferred option for kitchen countertops among US clients. Vermont Danby rose to prominence because Martha Stewart adopted it in her house.

5. Imperial Danby Marble

With its incredibly delicate gold and grey veins, this is the most appealing of the Danby marbles. Imperial Danby is, unsurprisingly, the most costly of the Danby selections.

It is not difficult to maintain marble countertops. Marble should be cleaned with a fresh, slightly moist towel and dried with a microfibre cloth. Bleach, acidic cleansers, and other harsh household cleaners should be avoided on marble since they can cause etching and dreariness. Leave no chemical, lemony, or acidic thing or material on your marble.