No stone left unturned; a Marble and Granite trip to Brazil..

April 18, 2013
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What is the largest tile? 48"x 144" by Neolith

April 11, 2013
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Quartz v. Granite: Which comes out on top as a Kitchen Countertops?

March 21, 2013
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Nine New colors of Caesarstone for 2013

March 14, 2013
When a new product enters the market as popular as Caesarstone, there is often quite a buzz. Small wonder, since Caesarstone has been identified as an excellent choice for countertops in posh New York apartments, upscale hotels and any number of luxury homes. So when several distinct, new colors were added to the Classico group, heads have turned to gaze upon the exquisite choices. They are:

Ocean Foam


Piatra Grey

Frosty Carrina


London Grey

Dreamy Marfil

Jet Black

Red Shimmer

This company is a lot more than countertops, backsplashes or flooring. It represents the new age of thinking that believes in investing a great deal of time and effort to make the best products for its customers, which so many other companies overlook. In addition, the customer service goes beyond what is given at the sales counter. It extends to the only warranty you will find that is in effect for the full length of time you own your home. It goes well beyond the showroom to the warehouse, where all unused materials are recycled. It encompasses the Earth, as Caesarstone has constantly sought to make the smallest possible footprint. Caesarstone uses tools that require less power. It employs recycling policies in the manufacturing process and the use of water throughout its plants. And Caesarstone employs dust reduction procedures. So it stands to reason that this addition of new colors to an already amazing line was created by those who are inspired by Nature herself.

All this, while creating outstanding materials with incredible characteristics. Some of them include the non-porous surface, that not only lasts years, requires little or no maintenance, while retaining that new look which is so desired. In addition, the lack of pores means a lack of a handhold for bacteria. There are numerous other characteristics: stain, scratch and heat resistant, with a natural look and very comfortable feel to the touch.

The Classico line is a brilliant one, as shown in the brochure. Ranging from a bright red to subdued white, any color scheme can be incorporated using these. And, we at Marble and Granite understand the importance of their mission, bringing the best product to the markets, while retaining the precious resources of Earth, air, water and environment. For this reason, we are quite happy to have one of the largest inventories of the entire line. Contact us today for a personal viewing.

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Do you recognize the Zebra? A marble mosaic.

February 05, 2013

Zebra - Marble and Granite

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Discover a New Stone: Crystaline Stone

January 31, 2013

Crystaline Stone - Arts

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Why Marble Countertops?

January 24, 2013

The appreciation of the beauty of marble has been in evidence for centuries. From treasured marble sculptures to marble countertops, this material is one of the most prized for artisans and artists alike. Marble has lasted through the ages and has been associated with fine art, higher culture and as a lasting material. At Marble and Granite, Inc., we are pleased to include this in our inventory.   

Each marble has its own characteristic. Green marbles tend to be much harder and lacking pores; whereas the white is softer. But even amongst the whites, characteristics can be different, so each is truly unique. And though granite has its own rightful place, having been used a lot in the past fifty years, marble is the one that has stood the test of time. It is softer on the eyes, and even though it is stone, it is soft to the touch. It requires a more skilled craftsman to work with marble over granite, as it is a more delicate type of stone. Marble and Granite, Inc., can help you find yours.

Marble countertops are ideal for those who love to bake. It is a perfect surface on which to roll out dough for pastries or bread. Plus, it is resistant to scorching from hot items placed on the surface. However, because it is soft and porous, scratches and stains may occur rather easily. This is where maintenance makes all the difference. When cleaning, use a damp cloth that has a neutral pH and is specifically designed for sensitive stone. Use nothing that is abrasive - this will scratch and dimple the surface. Refrain from cutting acidic fruits on it, such as tomatoes, lemons, oranges and the like, or anything with vinegar. Follow the directions of the manufacturer and reseal the marble countertops on a specific timeline.

Marble countertops require specific care. However, properly maintained surfaces will only become more beautiful. Often during visits, folks end up in the kitchen for a cup of coffee or a snack. Marble lends a distinctive and rich character to the setting.

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Renovation Is More Than Marble And Granite

January 15, 2013
Marble and Granite, Inc. is the finest choice around for helping you with home renovations. We believe in making you the focus of every thought and ensure you are confident and satisfied with your choices. To put it simply, we believe in:

Customer Service

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The Variables that Determine the Price of Granite Countertops

January 10, 2013

Granite is a highly sought-after countertop material. Especially popular in high-traffic rooms such as the kitchen and bathroom, using granite for your counters is a solid investment. Granite stands the test of time in both appearance and durability.

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Interior Design Color Trends for 2013

December 26, 2012
Among the most-anticipated events in the interior design world is the announcement of 2013 forecasts by color authorities. And the two industry authorities most famous for their carefully-calculated color forecasts are Pantone and Benjamin Moore. Let's look at what both of these color authorities are predicting will be the top color trends for 2013 home interiors. 
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