Marbles are calcareous metamorphic rocks formed by the action of pressure and geological processes on limestone. Marble has a firm crystalline structure as well as a slight porosity. Marbles come in a variety of colours due to the presence of minerals such as sand, silt, and clay. After all, marble does not absorb energy or heat quickly, making it extremely heat-resistant. No two marble slabs will ever have the same pattern. It is ideal for those looking for a one-of-a-kind look for their floors or benchtops. Marble is a metamorphic rock that will never stop changing. Marbles are primarily used for architecture and monuments, interior decoration, statuary, table tops, and novelties.
The benefits of using marble are:
- Inalterable colours that last over time. It is resistant to UV radiation and so maintains its colour like the first day.
- Resistant to fire and heat. The marble surface is resistant to high temperatures.