Marble is one of the oldest and finest materials used in house construction. The marble staircase is still used in Germany, but with a strongly decreasing tendency. The reason for this is the high sensitivity of all types of marble against scratches and acids. Fleckimprägnierungen use to protect a Marble Stair therefore only very limited. Therefore, builders are currently increasingly turning to hard rocks such as granite or gneiss, or Agglo artificial stones, as these types of rock are much less sensitive to stairs. Another reason is that the marble prices for the best qualities have risen sharply in recent years.
However, if you choose a marble staircase, the benefits are obvious: a natural beauty that has been unparalleled for millennia and is surpassed by virtually any other stone.
The price for the above mentioned marble steps includes:
The price includes:
1. Straight staircase covering for a concrete core with 100 cm running width and maximum 16 steps, 3 cm strong stands, impact steps 2 cm strong, surface and visible edges polished and chamfered, undersides rough cut. Other running widths and other surfaces are available on request.
2. 10 lfm wall base in 8 / 1 cm format, top and surface polished, in free lengths without head machining.
It depends on the care!
How can you protect or renovate the surface of marble steps?
A relatively good protection against discoloring substances such as paints, inks and the like offers one stain impregnation, However, this does not prevent the penetration of the marble, but only delays this. This means that you have a lot more time to wipe these substances off the surface without causing stains.
If there are still stains, for example, by using a Stain Removal Product usually reliably eliminated. In order to protect marble steps or marble floors against scratches, the so-called crystallization processthrough which the marble surface is hardened. If scratches, bumps or dull spots have already occurred, the marble surface can be polished again by a specialist company and, if desired, subsequently crystallized.