At Porter Tile & Marble, we’ve found that it’s marble or nothing for many of our customers. We sell so many marble countertops that we included it in our name, and this igneous stone is always in heavy demand due to its inherent elegance and timelessness. Some of the advantages of marble are:
However, while the beauty of marble is beyond comparable, we don’t recommend marble for kitchen counters. Compared to granite or other types of natural stone, marble is softer and more susceptible to scratching and staining, and will become mottled if regularly exposed to anything acidic such as coffee, wine, vinegar, cleaners, etc.
Contact Porter Tile & Marble to find out more about the pros and cons of using marble surfaces in your home or business today.