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Cultured Marble

As a composite material, cultured marble can be molded into almost any shape. Manufacturers generally sell entire sinks, tubs and vanity tops. Counters are often made of slabs, priced by the foot.

Cultured marble is generally used for bathroom fittings, especially vanities. It is less suitable for kitchens as it tends to scratch under heavy use. However, it is still used in both kitchens and bathrooms, especially as it tends to be highly mildew resistant. Installing a cultured marble fixture is often easier than natural stone, especially as it tends to be one molded piece. It also comes in a variety of colors as well as styles and can fit into the overall design and architecture easily.

Installers who use cultured marble also use other natural and cultured stones. They may work for individuals doing remodeling or for developers building new homes. Suppliers may also sell products to customers doing their own home improvement.

Cultured marble is a mixture of stone and polymerized resin. It is finished with a durable gel and is generally considered stronger than real marble. It is a carefully engineered substance, although there is still variance in appearance. Like carpets, this stone is often marked off in dye lots. Salesmen need to be aware of the pros and cons of it versus other counter surfaces such as natural stone or laminate.

Installers often have to work with and around homeowners. They also need to be able to move heavy slabs of the material around and transport them in trucks.

Cultured marble is also sold by home improvement stores.

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Bathroom Design Write review for this local business
2267 Moon St, Tucker, GA 30084
(678) 534-0900  
Metro Marble Inc Write review for this local business
1841 Warren Pl, Norcross, GA 30093
(770) 368-8786  
Synmar Inc Write review for this local business
8750 Roberts Rd, Jonesboro, GA 30238
(770) 478-0770  
Atlanta Marble Mfg Inc Write review for this local business
10700 State Bridge Rd Ste 7, Alpharetta, GA 30022
(678) 867-2357  
Custom Bath Products Inc Write review for this local business
6551 Bankhead Hwy, Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 920-2424  
Aztec Marble Write review for this local business
8125 Odessa Pl, Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 947-1888  
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665Highway 74S Ste 400, Peachtree City, GA 30269
(770) 631-7358  
Mr Marble Write review for this local business
188 Industrial Park Cir, Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(770) 963-8677  
Atlanta Grout & Tile Care Inc Write review for this local business
6567 Commerce Pkwy, Woodstock, GA 30189
(770) 917-9200  
Granite Creations Write review for this local business
1280 Oak Industrial Ln, Cumming, GA 30041
(770) 888-0091  
Dinamic Manufacturing USA Write review for this local business
420 Marine Dr SE, Calhoun, GA 30701
(706) 625-3030  
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22 Austin Ave, Rossville, GA 30741
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Marble lends a sophisticated look to any room, whether used in flooring or counter tops. This metamorphic rock, formed by mixtures of limestone or dolomite, often features swirls of color to show off its natural elegance. It can really transform an everyday kitchen into something substantial. However, it’s expensive compared to other stones, so be prepared to pay quite a bit of money for it. Cultured marble may be more in line with your budget, because it is a lighter alternative with a lower price tag, comprised of marble dust and plastic resins. You can find cultured marble at specialty dealers and wholesalers. You may even be able to find marble at a local home improvement store. You can also hire a contractor to install it for you, whether your project involves the kitchen or bathroom counter or foyer flooring. A contractor skilled in installation of cultured marble can also provide composite design services for you, as can an interior decorator, engineer, or architecture professional. These professionals can tell you what would look best where, and which styles would incorporate into the overall plan best, starting off with marble and polymer blends, as well as marble resins. Cultured marble is a durable choice when you’re facing a remodeling project. Great for vanity table tops, sinks, and tubs, this stone comes in slab or molded form, which you can have cut down to size. This durable alternative to tile also makes an attractive fireplace hearth. This category can also include other types of flooring as well, such as granite, glazed ceramic, concrete, natural stone, and slate. When choosing surfaces for your kitchen or bathroom counters, for example, turn to area manufacturers and suppliers that offer the products, such as finishes, you need.