8 July 2014

Protecting Your Mable Flooring

Marble is one of the most elegant and sophisticated flooring options available. It is also the top material choice for many designers and architects. Marble floor tiles come from mountain ranges all around the world and can be found in numerous finishes, sizes and colors.

Marble is one of the most elegant and sophisticated flooring options available. It is also the top material choice for many designers and architects. Marble floor tiles come from mountain ranges all around the world and can be found in numerous finishes, sizes and colors. While marble is a beautiful addition to any home, it does require some care and maintenance.

Treating Marble Floors

Marble is a type of natural stone and all natural stone material has a porous surface. It needs to be treated on a regular basis to protect it against spills and moisture. Spills and moisture may cause marble to stain. In order to offset marble’s porous surface, it should be treated with both a below surface sealer and a surface finishing treatment. When treated, the pores in the marble will clog, protecting it from absorbing moisture.

Moisture and Stains on Marble

To protect marble flooring from moisture and stains, a surface sealer should be applied and reapplied every 6-12 months.


Any room in your home will gain class and style when marble floors are installed. View some of our marble selections here, or visit our store location to see our entire collection of marble tile.