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Marble vs Granite, Pros & Cons for Vancouver Movers

Choosing the right building materials before you move: picking marble vs granite When looking to move into a new home, it’s best to decide what building materials you want in beforehand. It will be hard to do practical day-to-day activities while also making building material changes, such as on countertops. Different owners value different qualities. For example, are you interested in function, or are aesthetics more important? This will help you pick the right inside home materials before moving into a new house in the Lower Mainland. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the pros and cons of marble and granite. These stones are frequently used in homes for floors, countertops and bathrooms in the Metro Vancouver area. Because both materials are frequently used in Metro Vancouver houses, it’s best to learn their properties. This information will help you decide if you like the way a house is designed, and hopefully it will better inform your decision to move into a new home ready made, or to make changes before you move in. A little background on marble and granite will help you move into, or prepare the right home Marble is a product of crystallized limestone. This happens when the material is subject to high pressure and temperature. The stone recrystallizes as a denser, harder rock. While beauty is always in the eye of the beholder, many people agree that marble is one of the best-looking building materials. Granite is made from cooled magma. Because it takes a long time to form, this stone is often considered strong and valuable. Granite is considered a very durable building...