Industrialise or engineered marble is a preferred choice for flooring and counter tops in industries as it is one of the lowest water absorbent in the market. It has all the features of natural marble and it adds accents of luxury to interior or outdoor spaces when it is used as bar worktops, staircases, etc. However, it does not require regular sealing like natural marble does.
As bar counter tops, engineered marble can create both a dramatic or a casual visual impact. Rooms, hallways, and reception desks at hospitals maintain a cleaner look and feel of the with the use of this marble. Restaurant utilizes the surface for food preparation because the stone does not accumulate dirt, nor is it favourable for bacterial proliferation.
At hotels, it can be applied to large façades, patio or lobbies to impress visitors and exude a feeling of opulence and luxury.
For home renovation, it pairs stunningly well with construction projects of the balcony, swimming pool coping, & splashbacks.How to care for an engineered marble?
Investing in recommended products to clean these surfaces would be considered more efficient than using basic cleaning products. However, the best home cleaning method is to use products with a balanced pH value along with a soft sponge. Since its use as a bar counter top is increasing, it should be kept in mind that you should avoid preparing food directly onto the surface, especially chopping vegetables or meat. Even though man-made marble is not a toxic material and offers excellent resistance to heating, use pads or coasters before placing hot pots and pans, and use a cutting board to avoid scratching.
Marble has become the first choice of architects and interior designers since its discovery and as such, it will remain as precious option for bar flooring solutions in London, UK., for decades into the future.