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(877) 398 - 7711

14831 W. 11 Mile
Oak Park, MI 48237

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Cultured Marble Vanity Tops
Vanity Tops
Cultured Marble Tubs
Cultured Marble Showers & Walls
Showers & Walls

What is Cultured Marble?
Cultured Marble is a precise blend of polyester resin, fillers and pigments that is thoroughly mixed and placed into open molds that have been coated with a clear gel coat. The gel coat is specially formulated to produce a tough, durable, transparent surface resistant to inservice wear. The manufacturer produces a unique range of colors, patterns and veining. The chemical reaction initiated by the catalyst causes the resin to polymerize and harden, bonding the entry matrix together in a hard, strong mass. After several hours of chemical curing, the parts are removed from the molds and trimmed, ground, polished and inspected. The parts are then ready for shipment and installation. Cultuted Marble is a manufactured product, and like natural marble, granite, etc., varies in shade and color. Other products such as carpet, wallpaper and vinyl tile vary each time they are manufactured. Manufacturers refer to each "run" as a "dye lot" .

The Advantages Of Cultured Marble
  • Durable
  • Many Colors
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Affordable
  • Stain Resistant
  • 10-Year Warrenty

  • What Products Can Be Made Of Cultured Marble?
    The list is endless, but the majority of cultured marble we sell is used for the following purposes:
    1. Vanity Tops and Integral Bowls
    2. Bath Tubs and Jetted Tubs
    3. Bar Tops and Integral Bowls
    4. Tub Surrounds
    5. Shower Bases, Wall Surrounds and Ceilings
    6. Bath Flooring
    7. Fireplace facing, Hearth and Mantle

    Care And Maintenance Of Cultured Marble
    Because of the hard gel-coat surface and non-porous surfaces, it resists staining. Care is very simple. Routine cleaning with a soft sponge or cloth or non-abrasive aerosol foam cleaner is all that is normally needed to give many years of trouble-free service. Harsh abrasive cleaners are neither requred nor recommended.