Marble is elegant and timeless. From ancient statuary to the United States Supreme Court Building, marble has been used for centuries. That is because it is a truly beautiful stone. Though you may be familiar with white marble, it comes in a wide range of colors like gold, beige, and grey. Marble counters can last a lifetime, but they must be installed correctly. That takes the dedication of a professional stone countertop company like Atlantic Tile & Granite. When you want the most from your marble, call on our specialists.
The Benefits of Marble Countertops
There are many reasons to choose marble. Just some of the most common include:
- Luster – Marble is gorgeous and naturally brightens any room it is used in.
- Heat Resistance – Marble is very resistant to heat, just to a lesser degree than granite counters.
- Cooling – Marble stays cold, making it ideal for fireplaces.
- Ease of Use – As a softer stone, marble is easy to work with when creating unique shapes and cutting edges.
- Durability – Though not as strong as granite or quartz, marble is still very strong.
Your local marble counter company
We specialize in countertops. That means you’re guaranteed to get expert craftsmanship at every step. We also make luxury counters affordable by performing every process in-house. Using on-staff experts for fabrication, design, and installation eliminates the need to outsource. That reduces costs for every one of our valued clients. It also means we provide exceptional:
Countertop fabrication – Our fabricators work with you on the design of your countertops. We look at the space, what you want to accomplish, and make recommendations accordingly. We cut your counter to any shape and decoratively edge it accordingly.
Countertop support – Stone counters are heavy. Seattle home and business owners want theirs to last. That means choosing a company with skilled carpenters on staff. When you choose us, that’s what you get. Our carpenters can account for shifting loads, weight distribution, and even seasonal swelling and shrinking of wood. This means your counter will be properly supported and built to last.