Hi Joe, I would not recommend you to use a marble at your kitchen. Marble is stain and scratch more easily then granite. Also it is not as hard as granite and therefore not as durable and does not react well with chemical cleaning agents.I suggest you to take a look at Classic White Lunar Quartzite: http://www.marble.com/material... , then you will achieve the look of marble. It's more durable and less stain then marble, just please remember about the sealing every 6 months. Regarding to the backsplash, here you can find tiles that we have got: http://www.marble.com/material...Good luck !
Can I use Marble for my kitchen countertop and do you do tile for a backsplash that is 30"high?
how much quantity you need? if large quantity, how about buying from China, price is cheap. We specialized in this marble, my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello there. It sounds like you created an estimate using our Online Estimate Tool (www.marble.com/estimate). The Online Estimate shows the first three price categories as you've mentioned them, but there are actually five standard price categories in total. The sales office you will be working with (www.marble.com/locations) can unlock the full estimate for you. Each one of our stones falls into one of these price categories. Unfortunately our stones are not marked by these price categories on our website for marketing and other various reasons (example: a stone might not be the same price category across all six of our locations, so it depends which facility you're working with: www.marble.com/locations). The good news is that there are various ways in which to check what category a stone is in that you're interested in. You can ask a LiveChat operator about the price category of any stone (the button on the upper right hand side of the website during our business operating hours). You can call the facility that you're working with to ask them, or you can email them this question. Lastly, all of our stones are clearly marked by price categories at our locations themselves, in the yards and in the showroom. Hope this helps!
I received a quote with 3 different prices. what is single blue, double blue and single silver? Are these price categories? if yes where can I see the stone by price category?
Hello. We do not sell this stone in tiles. We are a countertop fabricator & installer.
what is the price of 12/24 arabescato white tiles
This stone is 1 ¼” thick which is just fine to use on a vanity top. For pricing and availability, please contact a facility nearest you http://www.marble.com/contact
I am looking to use this marble for a vanity. How thick is it?