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Danman

11:03AM | 11/26/03
Member Since: 11/25/03
1 lifetime posts
Bvflooring
We are moving to a new house that has marble floors. We would like to know about placing furniture,( tables, chairs etc.) on the marble. Does it break or scratch easily.
We have a very heavy metal & glass table with very small legs. Would this be a problem?
Thanks

Floorcraft

12:48PM | 11/26/03
Member Since: 08/27/03
254 lifetime posts
it depends on color and gloss, but best to get area rugs and furniture protectors. Also Marble is VERY sensitive to acidics, so do not drop sliced orange on it.

carpetman

12:55PM | 11/26/03
Member Since: 01/26/03
542 lifetime posts
marble is a very soft natural stone,that is easy to scratch and stain...that said,don't worry to much find out if the floor has been "sealed" how often does it need to be done (who installed the tile will recommend a maintaince schedule)...as for scratches other than carpet,what floor doesn't.use common sense , and furiniture rests.....good luck
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