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    Marble Tiles Information

    Marble Tiles Information

    Marble Tiles in a Unique design

    Marble tiles, as a natural floor covering, fit absolute into any living environment. With their natural grain, give your home a radiant look and a plus of noblesse. Combine the original beauty of the stone with a relative resilience

    Note: Natural stone tiles made of marble are unsuitable for kitchens and outdoors.

    Before, buying marble tiles was a very expensive proposition. However, prices have been falling for some time now, making buying marble tiles from us a real price experience. The range of marble tiles we offer is so extensive with its many different types of natural stone tiles that the right stone is available for every marble lover and is just waiting to be used in your home. With our range of marble tiles, you have the choice between countless colors, color gradations, grains, etc. Every client will find their marble with us and thus give their home a distinctive because the color shades are as diverse and unique as only nature can produce. The laying has also been considerably simplified in recent years due to the constantly increasing production quality of marble tiles. Today, every single tile is calibrated and can also be laid using the thin-bed method.

    This is how marble is made

    Marble was created under very high pressure and extremely high temperatures by converting rocks rich in carbonate. Marble can be found in many regions. Turkey is very famous for marble. Marble is also found in Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and other European countries. Marble is not only found in Europe but also in India, China or Iran. Depending on the occurrence, the marble types also differ in their quality, color, structure or hardness.

    The basic constituent of marble is millions of years old, calcareous deposits from the primeval oceans of the earth’s surface, which have migrated into the interior of the earth due to tectonic earth movements and have crystallized there over millions of years due to the enormous pressure and high temperatures. Due to foreign components that the rock absorbs during metamorphosis, it appears brown, red, yellow, green, gray or dyed black and shows a marbling. Pure marble is often white and relatively rare.

    The surface hardness of marble is higher than limestone but not as high as granite. Marble can be polished and is mainly used as building and sculpting material, as well as in the exclusive bathroom area.