Marble stone What should and should not be used

By: Ken

Marble stone What should and should not be used

Characteristics of marble
- In terms of hardness, marble is not as hard as granite. Therefore, it is recommended to use statues, decorative materials, and intricate 
- Construction of this stone is also more difficult because the product is very fragile, chipped and hard to find similar products.
Therefore the construction price of marble is also higher than granite.

- Marble is porous, soft and more absorbent than Granite. Therefore, if not treated thoroughly, after a long time of use, the project
will be waterproof, sticky and discolored. Losing the original beauty.
- Perhaps you will see, marble has too many "weak points" compared to granite. However, marble has a vivid natural pattern, a more
vibrant color than any other stone. Luxury beauty, cool colors and fine lines match the projects that require high aesthetics. Some rock samples are prevalent in Vietnam: Carara White, Volakas, Royal White, Egyptian Gold, Kream Marfil (Spain), Light Emparedo (Turkey) With the above characteristics, Experience as a home advises:

1. Items should use marble In general, this stone has high strength, bearing capacity, soundproof and good moisture resistance, though
not comparable with granite. Therefore, Experience as a home recommends that you choose this stone for the following items: Living room
The living room has an important meaning in the house, which is the face of the owner. This is the place to welcome the distinguished
guests, friends and a common space for family members. Using marble for living room space will contribute to adding value to the house
and expressing the taste of the homeowners. Marble is suitable for this space because this space is not influenced by the environment.
The facade The facade is the first "view" of people about the architecture of the building. A beautiful interior, harmonious decoration
and class without a worthy facade can not become a perfect project. In the category of marble facing tiles, granite is the optimal
choice for durability. But with the most luxurious and diverse designs, marble (marble) is also an option to be considered. You can
easily see the showrooms, offices in commercial townhouses, shopping centers using this stone for the facade.
An impression space and leave a memory for users. Marble has been chosen by many commercial buildings because of its high aesthetics 
and convenience in cleaning and cleaning. Table Marble countertops are becoming a trend in interior decoration. A table with the beauty of unique iced tea is sure to bring a new
feeling and help each meal become more delicious. Columns, convenient, railing For luxurious constructions, marble is also used for positions such as vehicle, railing. Due to the hardness of marble is suitable
for carrying out intricate details. At the same time, their position is covered, less direct contact with nature.
2. Marble - items should not be used
Areas where frequent contact with water, grease, impact are not recommended to use marble. If any, be particularly careful, well 
maintained during use. A kitchen The area is affected by temperature, grease and strong impacts (cutting, tightening) from the curved side so it is easy to cause
scratches to reduce the aesthetics. At the same time, when scratched, the waterproofing of this stone is no longer intact, reducing
the quality of stone seriously. You should use marble or artificial stone for this space. Stairs A place that receives a lot of force from the people: walking, rubbing objects on the stone surface causing scratches, breaks ...
Therefore, commercial buildings are very limited to use this stone. As for the stairs in the house, you can still use, but care
should be taken to keep away from sharp objects that damage the stone surface. Bathroom Although there is a waterproof layer, the waterproof ability of marble cannot be compared with that of marble. The bathroom area is
in direct contact with water, so you should use granite because this stone does not fade, absorb over time.