Marble floors have always been a favorite of those who believe in class and want the best in home decor. Marble floors can be difficult to maintain. Once the marble cracks due to pressure, or any other external factors, it will ruin your style statement and class. A cracked or discolored marble flooring is the worst thing.
To maintain the beauty and health of your floors, you must take care. It is a constant process, but sometimes you may need to be proactive and do partial or complete marble restoration.
Marble is stronger than most flooring materials but it is still susceptible to extreme pressure, friction, and constant heat. Marble is porous and collects stains faster than tiles or artificial stones.
It is important to clean the sub-floor thoroughly and ensure that it is level throughout the entire installation area. It is important because if the subfloor is uneven and dirty, marble plates or tiles will not be able to hold the floor in place.
Low-quality grouts are another reason for cracks. To save money, you can use poor-quality grout that will eventually lose its adhesive strength and damage marble. You will need to restore marble and possibly buy new marble. You have two options: either you can fix it yourself or hire a professional to help you.
You can even search online for more information about marble restoration or its maintenance.