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Cultured Marble
Stone features and fittings in bathrooms and kitchens are viewed as a sign of luxury. Marble is particularly popular. However, real stone is extremely expensive. It may have to be brought from a quarry a long distance away. It is unwieldy to handle and hard to cut. Cultured marble is a response to this. It is actually a composite of stone and polymerized resin carefully designed to take on the appearance of real marble. The resin is then sealed within a gel coat which mimics the feel. Although it is a manufactured substance, it often varies in appearance due to the methods used. In many cases, it is indistinguishable from real stone. It is cast or molded into different shapes. In fact, an entire vanity top can be made in one piece. Sinks and tubs can also be easily engineered. The exact shape and color can be made to match the surrounding architecture. Cultured marble fittings are used in both new homes and improvement projects and when remodeling. Counters and surfaces made of cultured marble need minimal maintenance and can generally just be wiped down. Make sure not to use harsh cleaners when cleaning your counters as they can damage the finish. It can also be purchased in simple slabs, generally priced by the foot. Cultured marble is generally used in bathrooms and may not stand up to the heavier uses in kitchens. In general, the fittings are purchased through the contractor who installs the new kitchen or bathroom. Some homeowners do the work themselves. Suppliers, thus, sell cultured marble to both other businesses and the end user.
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Cowry kitchen Cabinets
1130-11180 River Road, Richmond, Bc, Canada V6x 1z, Richmond, TX 75062
Cowry Cabinets Inc has built its reputation by providing quality kitchen and bathroom cabinets at affordable prices combined with a commitment to customer service and satisfaction.
(604) 282-7111
Countertop Service
110 Nancy Dr, Killeen, TX 76542
The Countertop Contractors you can count on! Choose from our wide selection of: marble, granite, stone and more. Enhance your kitchen and bathroom counters today!
(254) 394-0589
E & G Marble Inc
913 Kingston Dr, Mansfield, TX 76063
(817) 473-9856
1650 N Highway 67, Midlothian, TX 76065
(972) 723-5099
Dura Mar of Granbury
230 Temple Hall Hwy, Granbury, TX 76049
(817) 279-0535
Arlington Marble Inc
6201 Dowdell Rd Ste B, Fort Worth, TX 76119
(817) 429-5174
Dallas Marble Inc
1133 S Cedar Hill Rd, Cedar Hill, TX 75104
(972) 291-9145
Metroplex Marble Contractors
2201 Raper Blvd, Arlington, TX 76013
(817) 469-1961
Royal Bath Mfg
7112 Burns St, Fort Worth, TX 76118
(817) 589-7300
Venus Marble Co Inc
1101 S Hampton Rd, Desoto, TX 75115
(972) 223-8008
Irving Counter Co Inc
101 N Irving Heights Dr, Irving, TX 75061
(972) 445-0303
Dale Nichols Marble Inc
2927 Greenlee Park, Weatherford, TX 76088
(817) 341-8970
Designer Marble
920 Old Hico Rd, Stephenville, TX 76401
(254) 968-2948
Lemus Marble Designs
2125 Richland Dr, Garland, TX 75044
(214) 395-1103
A One Marble
11902 S Profit Row, Forney, TX 75126
(972) 564-1147

Marble, a metamorphic rock formed by alteration of limestone or dolomite, often features irregularities in coloring which enhance its natural beauty. This material is often used in sculpture, architecture, flooring, and countertops. However, it is extremely expensive. Cultured marble, a lighter and less expensive alternative, is made of real marble dust and plastic resins. Cultured marble is ideal for countertops in commercial and residential applications because it is beautiful and easy to install. You can use a cultured marble slab for your kitchen and bathroom countertops, or even on your floor or fireplace hearth. Whether for your home or office, cultured marble can be a wise, durable choice for your countertop or floor, as an alternative to tile. If you decide to take on the project yourself, you can purchase a slab or several slabs of cultured marble from a retail supplier or importer. If you would prefer to have a professional install your marble countertop or floor, contact a contractor in your area. You can find a distributor or contractor by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directory listings. Go online to research typical discount prices, commercial and residential applications of marble, the durability of marble versus tile or other materials, and local contractors trained in cultured marble installation. Contact a few different marble dealers and contractors to get prices, location, company services and schedules, project timelines, and rates. Whether for your home, office, bathroom, kitchen or fireplace, cultured marble offers a refined look to your room without the high price of authentic marble.
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