Marble Countertops by tmsupply.comEasy to clean, heat, scratch and acid resistant this is a low maintenance material selection for any countertop application. Marble can require regular maintenance but its unique elegant appearance makes it a top choice for many projects. Because it is formed from sandstone most quartzites have a fine grained soft and elegant appearance. Quartzites are scratch and acid resistant so they will not etch. Acid resistance with a soft elegant appearance makes quartzite a popular material selection with our clients. Specialty stones are heat resistant and are typically more stain, scratch and etch resistant than marbles or limestone’s. When your project calls for bold colors and patterns specialty natural stone may be your answer. Limestone continues to be a popular choice for those clients seeking a more subtle tone. As with most natural stones the durability of limestone spans a wide range. Sophisticated and timeless, limestone remains a classic material selection. Classic and luxurious marble is a top material selection when you are looking for that “wow” factor. Today’s sealers are quite advanced and can provide great protection from staining. Most of the selections are in the grey and white tones but certain minerals cast a spectrum of colors into the material. The hardness level can vary greatly; we recommend the material be sealed per your contractors direction. Specialty offers a wide variety of colors and patterns, many of these providing a bold look that is sure to make a statement. More resistant does not mean “proof” for that reason care should still be taken to avoid scratching and house hold acids that can result in etching. Pending the end users tolerance for normal wear and tear, regular maintenance should be expected over time. It is heat resistant but care should be taken to avoid scratching and house hold acids as it can etch.
How To Clean Granite, Marble & Other Natural Stones | Marble.Com | Duration 1 Minutes 49 Seconds Pending the end users tolerance for normal wear and tear, regular care and maintenance should be expected over time. The quarry’s 25 acre footprint and 1-1/2 mile depth offers capacity of 180, 000 cubic feet per year offering the ability to accommodate the needs of almost any size project. Today the legend becomes a reality and with the availability of these collections.