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    Oct092011

    WHAT KIND OF MARBLE SHOULD I USE IN MY BATHROOM?

    Q: “I want to put marble in my new shower. Is there a particular type that’s better suited to bathroom use or is all natural stone pretty much the same?” Marty in Denver.

    A: Hello Marty. One thing we do at Stone Restoration is that we educate our clients. We tell them what type of stone they have.  For example, there are four levels of soundness for stone for marble and those levels indicate where marble should be placed.  This is not a quality rating. Soundness refers to the best location for that particular stone to be.  Unfortunately a lot of people choose stone that’s not meant to be used in a location like the bathroom or shower and we have to come in, fix the problem and then teach customers how to maintain the stone properly after we fix it.

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