Marble window sills

Marble window sills - timeless beauty

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Marble is one of the oldest and finest materials used in house construction. Marblester benches are 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. Stain impregnation used to protect the Marmorfensterbank thus very limited. For this reason, builders are increasingly turning to hard stones such as granite or gneiss, or agglomerated artificial stones, because these types of rock are much less sensitive to window sills. However, if you opt for marble sills, the advantages are obvious: a natural beauty that has been unparalleled for millennia and is surpassed by hardly any other stone.

Marble sills

Marble sills Azul Cielo

Azul Cielo is a coarse-crystalline, sky-blue Marble from Argentina. The quarry is located in the province of Cordoba.
An extremely rare and sensitive natural stone, which is used in very high quality new construction. Long delivery times are to be expected for this marble, since its processing is very time-consuming.

  • Marble benches Azul Cielo
    Price per square meter in 2 cm thickness
  • 590 €
  • Marble benches Azul Cielo
    Price per square meter in 3 cm thickness
  • 895 €
Marble window sill

Marblester bench Carrara CD

Bianco Carrara CD is the cheapest version of the classic Carrara marble. Carrara CD is color-coded on its medium-gray colored background with black veining.
In the Carrara CD, open, white-colored pores may be present more often than in other Carrara variants and can be seen especially on polished surfaces. The Italian technical term for these pores
is "Taroli".

  • Marble window sills
    Carrara CD
    Price per square meter in 2 cm thickness
  • 195 €
  • Marble window sills
    Carrara CD
    Price per square meter in 3 cm thickness
  • 279 €
Marble window sills

Marblester bench Carrara C

Bianco Carrara C is one of the brightest Carrara variants. Characteristic is the almost white background with gray-black veining. Carrara C is in our opinion the most used marble in Germany. Isolated open pores (Taroli) as well as closed faulting cracks are a natural part of this natural stone and do not constitute a material defect.

  • Marble benches Carrara C
    Price per square meter in 2 cm thickness
  • 220 €
  • Marble benches Carrara C
    Price per square meter in 3 cm thickness
  • 298 €
Marble sills Bardiglio

Marble sills Carrara Bardiglio

Carrara Bardiglio is the dark Carrara variety. The dark gray color was caused by particularly large amounts of graphite. In the light to dark gray cloudy areas occur both white, graphite-free veins and dark gray to black structures. A particularly beautiful application of this marble results from the combination of Carrara C and Carrara Bardiglio.

  • Marbled wicker Bardiglio
    Price per square meter in 2 cm thickness
  • 245 €
  • Marbled wicker Bardiglio
    Price per square meter in 3 cm thickness
  • 325 €
Marble window sills Palissandro Classico

Marble bench Palissandro Classico

Palissandro Classcio is an extremely compact and fine-grained creamy white marble with beige-brownish veining. Frequently, the surface is interspersed with a fine mica which gives this natural stone a unique silvery sheen. Palissandro is a very hard marble and completely frost-proof.

  • Marble benches Palissandro Classico
    Price per square meter in 2 cm thickness
  • 292 €
  • Marble benches Palissandro Classico
    Price per square meter in 3 cm thickness
  • 377 €
Marblester benches Estremoz Rosé

Marble bench Estremoz Rosé

Estremoz is a Portuguese marble mined near the town of Estremoz.
The color spectrum of this natural stone ranges from Estremoz Branco (white) to Estremoz Rosé (pink) to Estremoz Salmao (salmon). Also the grain and the intensity of the colors can be so different that even in only one raw sheet several different variants can occur. The darker minerals in this marble are often softer than the rest of the stone and are usually not polishable. They remain visible in a polished area as non-glossy areas.

  • Marble window sills
    Estremoz Rosé
    Price per square meter in 2 cm thickness
  • 355 €
  • Marble window sills
    Estremoz Rosé
    Price per square meter in 3 cm thickness
  • 491 €
Marbled bench striato

Marble sills Striato

This marble is a true wonder of nature. Its white-gray surface is interspersed with lines of different width, almost straight gray. Even rock scientists find it difficult to interpret this unique natural phenomenon. Most likely it is carbon deposits, which by a whim of nature were almost evenly integrated in the limestone of the marble. Striato is a beautiful decorative material, which can be used in combination with other natural stones high quality work.

  • Marbled benches Striato Price per square meter in 2 cm thickness
  • 339 €
  • Marbled benches Striato
    Price per square meter in 3 cm thickness
  • 487 €

Included in the price for the above mentioned Marblester benches is:

  1. A long edge and both heads ground and chamfered - on request including water groove at the bottom along and top across.
  2. Window bench surface sanded, also roughened or brushed in 3 cm. Undersides sawn. Minimum calculation width 20 cm, minimum calculation area 0,2 Qm. Max. Length on one piece 220 cm. Dimensional tolerances +/- 3 mm

Marble sills

It depends on the care!

Why are marble mortarbanks sensitive?

The essential building block of every marble is calcite. This mineral is quite soft and can be scored very easily. Also, it is not resistant to acids. The crystal structure of each marble also allows staining fluids to easily penetrate the stone.

The marble bench in everyday life

In daily use of a marble mortar, the following should be noted:
Protect your marble bench from scratches. Only wipe your marble mortarboard with warm, clear water without a cleaner. This will prevent soap residue on the marble surface. Even very small amounts of dried detergent make the windowsill look dull. In addition, many unsuitable cleaning agents attack the calcite in the marble and thus damage the surface. Any type of acid or alcohol, so even fruit acid acting damaging on marble and leave dull, mostly point-like places

How to protect or renovate the surface of marble window sills?

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 benches or marble stairs from 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.