As the favoured material of Greek and Roman sculptors and architects, marble has become a cultural symbol of tradition and refined taste.
Marble is extremely varied and comes in many colorful patterns making it a favourite building material. Each piece contains its own natural colours, tones and veins, ensuring that no two benchtops are the same. It is this uniqueness and natural beauty that attracts people to marble benchtops time and time again.
Marble is available in a wide range of colours, tones and patterns to suit many different styles and budgets. The marble benchtop surfaces can be provided in a range of finishes including polished, honed or antique. We only refer customers to highly qualified stonemasons to ensure they are provided with a superior quality stone.
It is good practice to seal the marble before use and then consistently once a month use a wax polish to maintain the seal. As a natural stone, marble is porous and can therefore absorb liquid and oils (thereby leaving stains) without appropriate protection. Even with sealing, spills are best not left unattended.
Marble is more porous than granite and does stain easier, so it must be well sealed and regularly maintained if used in a kitchen or as a vanity benchtop.