MARBLE AND GRANITE; WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
Marble is metamorphic or sedimentary in origin, with a smooth surface typically striated with veins of minerals. Some marble is quartz-based, while others are composed of serpentine, a greenish mineral. Commercial marble is typically available in variations of black and white.
Marble is hard, heavy, relatively heat, and scorch-proof, and comes in a wide array of colors and patterns. Marble is created in nature, there can be drastic variations in color and pattern. It comes about through complex reactions in the earth that take millions of years, helping them achieve a look that is very much unlike any man-made material.
Most of all, Marble makes beautiful countertops, backsplashes, wall coverings, floor coverings, and more. Marble is a unique stone and can represent a very significant investment. Bhandari Marble Group is dedicated to offering unparalleled quality and service to homeowners, designers, architects, and fabricators while using the latest technologies.
If you have different marble stone options, you need to request that they are placed next to one another so you can see them together before they are delivered. This can help you make a decision regarding whether or not they look good together or create the look you desire for your kitchen.
Granite is metamorphic or igneous, made up of silica, mica, feldspar, and quartz, generally with a packed, granular surface. Color varies from light to dark, presented in flecks, veins, or solid patterns. While it’s easy to believe that all stone by nature is super strong and nearly indestructible, it’s important to know the full story.
MARBLE V/S GRANITE
Bhandari Marble Group is the leading marble and granite supplier worldwide. Marble and granite are both beautiful, highly sought-after surfacing materials. But each one does have its own attributes. Weighing the pros and cons before deciding on one or the other for your surfacing project is important.
Granite and marble became very popular materials for kitchen and bathroom countertops across the United States during the last decade, homeowners have become more and more interested to know the differences between these two natural stones. Many homeowners want to know which material is suitable for kitchen countertops, what is preferred for bathroom vanity tops, what stone is good for outdoor kitchens, if marble can be used as kitchen counters, and so forth.
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