Design your luxury interiors with a timeless charm. A wide and varied range of collections inspired by the elegance of marble to offer hundreds of solutions for residential and commercial areas in industry and business places.
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Limestone is a carbonate sedimentary rock that is often composed of the skeletal fragments of marine organisms such as coral, foraminifera, and molluscs. Its major materials are the minerals calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate. A closely related rock is dolomite, which contains a high percentage of the mineral dolomite. Limestone has numerous uses: as a building material, there are different finishes and different colours that when used in your residential projects it will give that warm finish in your home.
Travertine is sometimes known as travertine limestone or travertine marble; these are the same stone, although travertine is classified properly as a type of limestone, not marble. The stone is characterised by pitted holes and troughs in its surface. Although these troughs occur naturally, they suggest signs of considerable wear and tear over time. It can also be polished to a smooth, shiny finish, and comes in a variety of colours from grey to coral-red. Travertine is most commonly available in tile sizes for floor and wall installations.
Porcelain tiles commonly used to cover floors and walls, with a water absorption rate of less than 0.5%. The clay used to build porcelain tiles is generally denser. They can either be glazed or unglazed. Porcelain tiles are one type of vitrified tiles and are sometimes referred to as porcelain vitrified tiles.
Quartz tiles, also known as engineered tiles and are made from a combination of resin, quartz, sand, colour pigment.
Quartz, in many different forms including tiles and worktops, is manufactured in numerous different countries. Turkey is one of the countries which dominate the global market as well as china. There are other countries that do manufacture quartz tiles and slabs but we at Artos marble do use Turkey and Chine for our imports.
Sandstone has been used for domestic construction and housewares since prehistoric times and continues to be used.
Sandstone was a popular building material from ancient times. It is relatively soft, making it easy to carve. It has been widely used around the world in constructing temples, homes, and other buildings.
Some sandstones are resistant to weathering, yet are easy to work. This makes sandstone a common building and paving material.
This is made from small carefully cut slate. It comes in different colours and little different in sizes. It is for interior use. Artos Marble doesn’t advise for external use. The sizes of split faceplates may have little variations and the thickness usually varies from 5 to 13 mm. Remember that these tiles are glued in, we don’t advise where lots of water will be used such as the wet rooms and shower areas. You must seal after finishing and you don’t need to use grout in this project.
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