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WHAT MATTERS MOST WITH MARBLE

Marble has been used for centuries to create magnificent places, spaces and works of art. Our own experience with this beautiful material has made us a leading choice for marble, here’s why:

WORLDWIDE RESOURCES

Our marble collection is vast and ever changing with exceptional choices from places such as Italy, China, India, Spain, Turkey, Greece, Brazil, Argentina and the United States. See our current inventory for the most up-to-date listing.

BETTER RAW MATERIAL

We start with premium-grade marble.

SUPERIOR FABRICATION

We use state-of-the-art sealers and proprietary processes to prepare your marble for a lifetime of beauty and service.

EXPERIENCED STONE SPECIALISTS

Read our reviews; our knowledgeable, professional team is highly rated and appreciated!

BEAUTIFUL DETAILS

Your initials in stone? A special logo or shape? We have the talent and technology to create one-of-a-kind rock art.

CHIP MINIMIZER

We help you plan to minimize chips right from the start, including a lifetime of free chip repair.

PROFESSIONAL-GRADE STONE CARE

Our Stone Defender product line includes everything from an annual maintenance plan to our proven, stone-safe disinfectant cleaner.

ROCK SOLID PROCESS

We know what it takes to do this right. Our process ensures great communication and ROCK DONE RIGHT.

GREAT PLACES TO ADD MARBLE:

Bathroom countertops, showers, tub surrounds, sink surrounds, fireplaces, hearths, hallways, bar counter- tops, kitchen pastry prep countertop.

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MARBLE IS ...

a natural stone. It’s classified as a metamorphic rock which means it’s created when the heat and pressure from magma and tectonic plates metamorphosize limestone and its key component calcite. Specifically, the calcite crystals grow and interlock or recrystallize over hundreds of years deep within the Earth to create a “new” rock which is marble.

7 REASONS TO CHOOSE MARBLE

1. Ultimate in opulence and elegance.

The cool, smooth, loveliness of marble has been the choice of kings and artists for centuries. In countries such as Italy and India, marble lines the halls, walls and floors of the most beautiful structures.

2. Mesmerizing organic patterns and colors.

Marble is nature’s masterpiece. Its natural patterns and colors occur thanks to the mineral deposits present during its formation. Clay, mica, sand, iron oxides and other natural materials create exquisite hues of red, pink, brown, blue, grey and green as well as unique veining in white or lighter shades.

3. Wise investment.

Marble is prized the world over and will add value and beauty to your home.

4. Artistic possibilities.

Marble is ideal for crafting elegant details such as arches and curves. Afterall, artists Michelangelo and Donatello created their most famous works with marble, specifically the translucent white marble of Carrara, Italy.

5. Delightfully versatile.

From a stunning bar countertop to a luxurious bathroom, a grand fireplace mantel to a simple pastry prep area, marble effortlessly upgrades every space.

6. A chef’s choice.

A marble surface is a must for prepping pastry and other baked goods. Marble’s natural coolness keeps delicate, buttery doughs from melting and its smoothness makes an ideal work surface. Candymakers use marble to temper chocolate and create confections such as truffles and fudge.

7. Attainable luxury.

Adding smaller marble accents is a great way to bring the beauty of marble to your own palace. Try it for a backsplash, fireplace mantel or entryway. Our design team can help you find creative ways to enjoy magnificent marble.

3D ROOM VISUALIZER

Use this fun tool to explore your favorite stone choices.

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MOHS KNOWS

The Mohs Hardness Scale is used to measure the hardness of minerals, ranking from 1 (softest) to 10 (hardest). Marble averages a 3 on the Mohs scale making it hard enough to withstand a lifetime of use with proper care.

A MARBLE LOVE STORY

When emperor Shah Jahan lost his favorite wife and true love Mumtaz Mahal, his grief spawned the building of a mausoleum of epic proportions. The Taj Mahal, made of gleaming white Makrana marble, is a world heritage masterpiece and a testament to what love can do.

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