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Our Services

MM NATURAL STONES services are tailored to customers specialized requirements. We offer exclusive programs that help dealers, home builders, commercial builders, contractors, architects, and designers exceed their customers’ expectations while keeping projects on schedule and within budget. Our experienced team assists with the entire process from materials specification and selection through scheduling and delivery. We also provide complete merchandising, sales, marketing and product knowledge support to ensure the success of each project.

Sealing Natural Stone

Sealing natural stone is a great way to protect it from the outdoor elements and enhance its inherent beauty, too. However, each type of natural stone features a unique set of characteristics that will ultimately determine the effectiveness of sealing. Before applying sealer to your natural stone project, here are a few things you should know.

Cleaning Natural Stone

Natural stone material, granite and marble floors are beautiful additions to any home, however, care must be taken to keep them clean and free of damage. Although strong and hard, these surfaces are very porous and the surface can be easily stained and the polish marred. Always follow the manufacturers instructions and use the cleaning products recommended when possible.

Slate & Quartzite

Slates are dense and fine grained rock. The colour of slates are generally gray, red, brown and green ranging from dark to light. It is produced by the compression of clays, shale, and various other rocks developing a characteristic cleavage consisting sericite and quartz with biotite, chlorite, and hematite as principal accessories.

The parent rock for quartzite is quartz-rich sandstone. As sandstone becomes deeply buried, rising temperature will fuse the quartz grains together forming the extremely hard and weather-resistant rock quartzite. Like marble, quartzite comes in many colors, but when pure it is light-colored. Quartzite tends to have a sugary appearance, and when broken the fractures cut through the sand grains, not around them as with a sandstone.