Marble: A Unique Expression of Luxury and Elegance
September 13, 2014
Marble is one of the most beautiful stones. It's a classic material that has been used in different structures for centuries and it will never go out of style. Marble brings feelings of luxury and wealth, evoking images of sophisticated elegance.
A truly unique stone, marble is so versatile it can be used throughout the house in bathrooms, flooring, countertops, fireplace surrounds, ornamental furnishings and walls. Marble stands out especially in bathrooms. Naturally durable, marble can be used on almost every surface! We love marble because of its amazing appearance and beautiful vein-like texture.
With its relative non-porosity, marble is more hygienic than other stones. Marble is naturally resistant to bacteria and the collection of allergens, such as pollen, pet dander and other elements. It is very easy to clean and an ideal material for allergy sufferers due to its bacteria- and allergen-resistant qualities.
Marble is very durable if cared for properly. It requires little daily and weekly maintenance. Dust mopping it every day will take care of dust and dirt. Damp mopping can be done when needed or on a regular weekly basis with water or a special stone cleaner. Special care has to be taken to avoid spills. Make sure to use mild soap or a quality pH-neutral soapless cleaner that you can purchase at Sir Grout.
At Sir Grout, we know marble and its characteristics. With our extensive training and passion for what we do, we don't only perform excellent marble cleaning, sealing and restoration services, we educate our customers on its proper care and maintenance.
If taking care of your marble surfaces is not one of your strongest skills, Sir Grout does provide this service. To find a Sir Grout near you go to locations
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