What is the difference between granite and marble?

The main difference between granite and marble is that granite is a highly dense material composed deep inside the earth’s core, while marble is formed from sediments under the seabed. Both solidify into stone over many years, but the mineral composition of the two stones makes marble and granite react differently to various chemicals and household cleaners.

Can I seal marble?

Just like granite, marble is sealed after the fabrication process.

Where can I use marble?

Marble can be used for a number of applications such as fireplace surrounds, tabletops, saddles, and shelves. Ideally, it can be applied to various projects in the bath area like Jacuzzi surrounds, vanities, and shower paneling. Marble can safely be used as flooring in low-traffic areas.

Is marble really appropriate to use in living areas?

Since ancient times, marble has been used in all areas of the Grecian home – from furnishings to floors. Marble has proven as durable as materials traditionally considered to be sturdier with the added benefit of creating a warm, welcoming atmosphere.


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