Marble, Granite, Travertine, and Slate Restoration and Repair

Marble, Granite, Travertine, and Slate Restoration and Repair

To maximize the protection of your marble, granite, travertine, slate, limestone, and other stone surfaces, resealing needs to be performed about every 12 to 18 months. If your surfaces haven't been treated within that time frame, haven't been treated for years, or have never been treated at all, it is highly possible that they have been damaged, stained, or cracked. Fortunately, Love Marble specializes in repairing and restoring marble and other surfaces so they look as good as new, even ...

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Floor-to-Ceiling Marble Decorates President-Elect Trump’s NYC Home

Floor-to-Ceiling Marble Decorates President-Elect Trump's NYC Home

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons and in the public domain. Marble has always been used as a luxurious decorative feature in the most exclusive New York City homes. One of the most famous examples is the Midtown penthouse belonging to real estate tycoon Donald Trump, who was elected president of the United States on Tuesday. The $100 million penthouse belonging to Trump and his wife, Melania, features floor to ceiling marble walls, floors, and columns. It also has ceilings painted wi...

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‘Are Marbles the Toy Made Out of Real Marble?’

'Are Marbles the Toy Made Out of Real Marble?'

There has been a rise in popularity lately of marbles, the little round toys that are used to play a competitive game. While marbles have been around for a long time -- evidence exists that the ancient Egyptians and residents of pre-volcanic Pompeii played marbles -- in recent years hipsters have discovered the game, which has experienced a sudden rise in popularity. But are marbles actually made out of marble? The answer is: Not usually. Marble Repair NYC -- Marble vs Marbles Marbles c...

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Geology 101: Facts about Marble

Geology 101: Facts about Marble

Marble is one of the most durable and attractive types of natural stone in the world, which is why it has been used a highly decorative and luxurious materials for floors, walls, facing stones, windowsills, columns, and other building parts since ancient times. But what is marble actually? And what gives it the qualities that people love about marble? Manhattan Marble -- Geologically Speaking Marble is technically a non-foliated metamorphic rock that is formed when limestone is exposed ...

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3 Reasons to Consider Marble Flooring

3 Reasons to Consider Marble Flooring

When many people are asked if they would like marble flooring in their kitchens, bathrooms, foyers, or other rooms in their house, their first reaction is often, "Why would I spend all that money for something that nobody will notice?" While marble is very popular right now for countertops, it has fallen out of fashion somewhat for flooring in new construction, even though marble floors continue to be one of the most impressive features in older homes that are 50, 60, or even 75 years old. ...

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Marble Polishing NYC – Impressive, Strong, and Stylish

Marble Polishing NYC - Impressive, Strong, and Stylish

Marble is one of the richest, most luxurious looking decorative stones available today. No wonder it is used in so many corporate centers, building lobbies, and external facades throughout the tri-state region. Now, marble is increasingly making its way into private homes, covering foyers, countertops and other areas in the fashionable, stylish stone. If you want to make an impressive statement with the way your home looks, turn to marble. Marble Polishing NYC -- Marble Composition Facts ...

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Installing Marble Flooring

 Installing Marble Flooring

Marble flooring is sophisticated, durable, and value adding to both commercial and residential properties. But installing marble flooring is one of the trickiest home improvement jobs and, in most cases, is best left to the professionals. Due to marble's unique grain and heavy weight, it gives a look and feel that can't be duplicated by less expensive options. Nothing can replace genuine marble flooring for style, class, and longevity. But an improper installation can reduce the life expectan...

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5 Marble Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

5 Marble Facts You Probably Didn't Know

Marble is a luxurious, durable building material that can add value, distinction, and class to any space. In addition to its use as a decorative building material, marble is also widely used in sculpture. Many of the most famous works of art by Michaelangelo and other Renaissance artists are made of marble, which is one of the reasons they are still around to be admired today. What Is Marble? Marble is a type of rock that usually is mined from the ground. Originally, it was limestone ...

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Manhattan Marble – 5 Most Iconic Marble Places You Have to See

Manhattan Marble - 5 Most Iconic Marble Places You Have to See

New York City has a lot to offer visitors and residents alike. Even people who have lived in the city their entire lives frequently find something new and astonishing. When it comes to marble, Love Marble knows and appreciates what New York has to offer. In Manhattan alone, there are literally hundreds of buildings, outdoor gardens, and other public and private places with incredible marble that has weathered the ages with grace and dignity. Here, then, is a quick tour of Love Marble's fiv...

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Love Marble Can Add Value to Your Property

Love Marble Can Add Value to Your Property

New York is known for a lot of things: It's exciting nightlife, its Broadway shows, tourist attractions like Times Square and the Statue of Liberty. But the Big Apple is also known for its high rents. Both residential and commercial real estate rents in New York City -- especially in Manhattan -- are among the highest in the world. Still, businesses flock to New York because they want to be where the action is, at the center of it all, in one of the busiest, biggest and most important citi...

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