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Ceramic and porcelain tiles do not retain dust or residues as easily as many other flooring surfaces. They can be easily cleaned with common household materials. Additionally, they do not need polishing to maintain their finish.

Marble stairs are durable enough to withstand some of the toughest bumps, even if something gets dropped down the stairs. With that kind of durability, you don’t have to replace the material any time soon. Also, granite stairs is strong, beautiful, and low maintenance, making it ideal for your home.

Granite counters add value to your kitchen. Also, marble is a natural stone, so it’s more resistant to scratching, cracking and breaking than many other available countertops materials. In spite of its durability, marble is softer than granite, so it’s possible to incorporate attractive design elements, such as fancy edges.

While keeping water out of a dwelling is most important, marble window sills are also used as shelving and even as a table. Setting plants, books, pictures, and other trinkets on top of a Black granite window sills serves as the perfect display case. Most importantly, it hides stains!

A marble threshold prevents moisture percolation. The strip of natural stone is mortared directly to the subfloor and nestles against both of the adjacent flooring surfaces. Commonly placed in a bathroom doorway, the threshold prevents water from seeping into the crack between flooring surfaces.

Ceramic has an increased resistance to scratches meaning your products will last longer in better condition. Ceramic products are easy to clean and common household chemicals can cause no harm.  Ceramic  products are solid and durable.  Ceramic  is more chemically resistant, so doesn’t rust like steel!

Porcelain tiles are frost-resistant, and often frost-proof. They are highly resistant to stain, scratch, and moisture. Porcelain is a durable and hard wearing material that is resistant to harsher cleaning agents, scratches, stains, fading, heavy loads, and fire.