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Materials: Engineered (or manmade) Stone - a World of Choice

Engineered surfaces are a manmade alternative to naturally quarried stone. It is made by combining crushed quartz, resins and pigments plus additional components to produce a massive range of unusual and distinctive materials.

Let yourself explore the infinite possibilities and create your own design. Let your imagination run riot!

Bring a little colour into your life

Engineered Stone is available in over 50 colours many of them remarkable and totally modern. By combining the natural beauty and durability of stone with the consistency of an engineered product; the look achieved it a fantastic alternative to natural material for interior decoration.

Areas where food is prepared are extremely vulnerable when it comes to the formation of bacteria.

Some quartz surfaces are manufactured with inbuilt antibacterial protection, which helps fight the growth of micro-organisms and harmful bacteria lying on the surface. This protection will last the lifetime of the product. Engineered Stone has low porosity, so is resistant to staining caused by everyday products such as coffee, wine, olive oil, lemon, vinegar and cosmetics. It is incredibly strong, highly heat and scratch resistant. Its uniformity means that there is little variation between sample and end result. You will not get unexpected streaks and veins running through it – which is an inherent characteristic of natural stone. It can also be made with different additives producing unusual effects such as small fragments of mirror, which again would not occur naturally. As its manufacture is dependent upon a huge amount of specialism, engineered stone is not the cheap option, but an alternative one.

However, we understand that material selection is as different as we all are - what one person loves, another loathes. Here at Midland Marble we believe there is a World of Choice out there, and we want to be able to provide you with that choice.

Walls & Floors

Engineered Stone is available in over 50 colours many of them remarkable and totally modern. By combining the natural beauty and durability of stone with the consistency of an engineered product; the look achieved it a fantastic alternative to natural material for interior decoration.

Areas where food is prepared are extremely vulnerable when it comes to the formation of bacteria.

Some quartz surfaces are manufactured with inbuilt antibacterial protection, which helps fight the growth of micro-organisms and harmful bacteria lying on the surface. This protection will last the lifetime of the product. Engineered Stone has low porosity, so is resistant to staining caused by everyday products such as coffee, wine, olive oil, lemon, vinegar and cosmetics. It is incredibly strong, highly heat and scratch resistant. Its uniformity means that there is little variation between sample and end result. You will not get unexpected streaks and veins running through it – which is an inherent characteristic of natural stone. It can also be made with different additives producing unusual effects such as small fragments of mirror, which again would not occur naturally. As its manufacture is dependent upon a huge amount of specialism, engineered stone is not the cheap option, but an alternative one.

However, we understand that material selection is as different as we all are - what one person loves, another loathes. Here at Midland Marble we believe there is a World of Choice out there, and we want to be able to provide you with that choice.

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