Marble and granite different 

  • Marble is very soft than granite is very hard 
  • Granite is used in elevation,bathroom flatform and window or frame while marble is used in only flooring
  • Granite is pre-polished(full polished) while marble is unpolished
  • Marble can be polished easily after fixing it but granite can not be polished after fixing because granite requires heavy pressure while polishing.
  • Marble flooring joints you can not  identify but granite joints you can identify easily.
  • Granite is used in heavy traffic of people just like bus stands, railway stations and malls while marble is used in private areas like houses,flats and farmhouses etc.
  • Granite turns very hot during summer weather while marble is less than granite 
  • Marble price starts from 20/-sq feet upto 2000/sq feet but granite price starts from 60/-sq feet upto 600/-sq feet.
  • Granite has various colour ranges but marble has only limited colour options.

Commons in Marble and granite 

  • Both are used for interior and exterior flooring 
  • Marble and granite has same gst -18%
  • Both stone has available in slab size 
  • Both are natural stone 
  • Both are extracted after mining 
  • Both are from block 
  • Both stones have the same processing from mining to process units.
  • Both are long lasting life 
  • Both has durability is same 
  • Marble and granite are multi uses stone
  • Both stone are available in big slab 

Makrana marble 

Makrana marble has a starting quality name – kumari ,kumar has two colors- grey and brown. Makrana marble has 90% calcium,

 Makrana kumari has four quality 

  1. Matabar kumari 
  2. Sona kumari
  3. kanya kuamri 
  4. Makran kumari 

Makrana marble quality name 

  • Kumari 
  • Alberta 
  • Dungri 

Marble and Granite up to popular Natural stone which have been in the construction industry for a long time. In this article we are going to discuss the differences and similarities between marble and Granite.

Marble and granite different 

Marble  Granite 
Origin Metamorphic rock formed from recrystallised carbon An igneous rock formed of magma deep within the earth
Appearance Veins that swiri through the stone  Fleck-like granular appearance
Color  Mostly available in black & granite Variety of different colours
Composition Calcareous stone mainly calcium carbonate travertine, limestone & onyx Siliceous stone mainly of silica ,quartz slate sandstone
Durability  Less durable  Very durable
Strength  Hardness 3 to 5 Hardness of 6 to 7
porosity Softer & more porous Hard & solid
Formation  Was once limestone change due to intense heat and pressure Was moiten and formed as it cooled deep within earth
Resistance to acidic foods  Sensitive to acids  Granite is acid resistance 
Stain resistance  Permanent staining  Capable of resisting virtually all stains
Padding of colors Susceptible to fading of color dular overtime 

Irreversible process major drawback 

Retain its color
Heat  Susceptible to heat  Resistant to heat
Sealans  Twice a year  Once in two years
Uses  Less traffic area like bathroom,shower wall, tuf area and flooring  Kitchen countertop, where high foot activity 
May be damaged by deaning liquids Damaged by cleaning liquids, use gentle dish soaps  Stain resisting properties
Cost  Depends on many factors expensive as compared to granite  Usually less expensive than marble 
Sratch Resistant  Get a scratch with knife Mostly scratch resistant
Maintenance  Need maintenance  Need maintenance 

Which one is better 

Marble or granite there is no one best material it all depends on the athletic you prefer and how much metals you are willing to do if you need a good and affordable design you can go for marble but if you are looking for a long term durable solution and can spend some money as well going for granite and spending on it is not a bad option 

Marble price list 
S.no. Name  Rate 
1 Premium morwad white marble  120/-sq feet
2 Makrana pure white marble  500/- sq feet
3 White indian statuario marble  150/-sq feet
4 White sangmarmar marble  500/-sq feet
5 Zanjhar white marble  55/-sq feet
6 Ambaji white marble  90/-sq feet
7 Makrana white marble  500/-sq feet
8 Banswara purple marble  70/-sq feet
9 Talai white marble slab 70/-sq feet
10 Udaipur pink marble  40/-sq feet
11 Dark green  45/-sq feet
12 Spider green  55/-sq feet
13 Rainforest marble  130/-sq feet
14 Goldino marble  90/-sq feet
15 Antique rainforest  125/-sq feet
16 Makrana  premium brown alberta marble  320/-sq feet
18 Makrana dungari brown albeta  100/-sq feet
19 Dungri marble  75/-sq feet
20 Kumari marble  35/-sq feet
  • Extra charge 
  • Gst -18%
  • Loading -200/-tone

Transport cost extra 

Granite price list
S.no. Name  Price 
1 Absolute black granite  200/-sq feet
2 Black galaxy granite  190/-sq feet
3 Black granite leather finish  150/-sq feet
4 Black pearl granite  450/-sq feet
5 Majestic black granite  78/-sq feet
6 Premium black granite  300/-sq feet
7 Premium rajasthan black granite  90/-sq feet
8 Telephone black granite  250/-sq feet
9 Alaska white granite  180/-sq feet
10 Ice white granite  200/-sq feet
11 Jasmine white granite  115/-sq feet
12 Kashmiri white granite  210/-sq feet
13 Nova white granite  170/-sq feet
14 Pearl white granite  66/-sq feet
15 White galaxy granite  185/-sq feet
16 Corona pink granite  68/-sq feet
17 Gold dunes granite  190/-sq feet
18 Ivory gold granite  200/-sq feet
19 Madurai gold granite  175/-sq feet
20 Mint green granite  190/-sq feet

Extra charge 

  • Gst -18%
  • Loading -200/-tone
  • Transport cost extra 

Commons in Marble and granite 

  • Both are used for interior and exterior flooring 
  • Marble and granite has same gst -18%
  • Both stone has available in slab size 
  • Both are natural stone 
  • Both are extracted after mining 
  • Both are from block 
  • Both stones have the same processing from mining to process units.
  • Both are long lasting life 
  • Both has durability is same 
  • Marble and granite are multi uses stone
  • Both stone are available in big slab 

Makrana marble 

Makrana marble has a starting quality name – kumari ,kumar has two colors- grey and brown. Makrana marble has 90% calcium,

 Makrana kumari has four quality 

  1. Matabar kumari 
  2. Sona kumari
  3. kanya kuamri 
  4. Makran kumari 

Makrana marble quality name 

  • Kumari 
  • Alberta 
  • Dungri 

Marble and Granite up to popular Natural stone which have been in the construction industry for a long time. In this article we are going to discuss the differences and similarities between marble and Granite.

Marble and granite different 

Marble  Granite 
Origin Metamorphic rock formed from recrystallised carbon An igneous rock formed of magma deep within the earth
Appearance Veins that swiri through the stone  Fleck-like granular appearance
Color  Mostly available in black & granite Variety of different colours
Composition Calcareous stone mainly calcium carbonate travertine, limestone & onyx Siliceous stone mainly of silica ,quartz slate sandstone
Durability  Less durable  Very durable
Strength  Hardness 3 to 5 Hardness of 6 to 7
porosity Softer & more porous Hard & solid
Formation  Was once limestone change due to intense heat and pressure Was moiten and formed as it cooled deep within earth
Resistance to acidic foods  Sensitive to acids  Granite is acid resistance 
Stain resistance  Permanent staining  Capable of resisting virtually all stains
Padding of colors Susceptible to fading of color dular overtime 

Irreversible process major drawback 

Retain its color
Heat  Susceptible to heat  Resistant to heat
Sealans  Twice a year  Once in two years
Uses  Less traffic area like bathroom,shower wall, tuf area and flooring  Kitchen countertop, where high foot activity 
May be damaged by deaning liquids Damaged by cleaning liquids, use gentle dish soaps  Stain resisting properties
Cost  Depends on many factors expensive as compared to granite  Usually less expensive than marble 
Sratch Resistant  Get a scratch with knife Mostly scratch resistant
Maintenance  Need maintenance  Need maintenance 

Which one is better 

Marble or granite there is no one best material it all depends on the athletic you prefer and how much metals you are willing to do if you need a good and affordable design you can go for marble but if you are looking for a long term durable solution and can spend some money as well going for granite and spending on it is not a bad option 

Marble price list 

S.no. Name  Rate 
1 Premium morwad white marble  120/-sq feet
2 Makrana pure white marble  500/- sq feet
3 White indian statuario marble  150/-sq feet
4 White sangmarmar marble  500/-sq feet
5 Zanjhar white marble  55/-sq feet
6 Ambaji white marble  90/-sq feet
7 Makrana white marble  500/-sq feet
8 Banswara purple marble  70/-sq feet
9 Talai white marble slab 70/-sq feet
10 Udaipur pink marble  40/-sq feet
11 Dark green  45/-sq feet
12 Spider green  55/-sq feet
13 Rainforest marble  130/-sq feet
14 Goldino marble  90/-sq feet
15 Antique rainforest  125/-sq feet
16 Makrana  premium brown alberta marble  320/-sq feet
18 Makrana dungari brown albeta  100/-sq feet
19 Dungri marble  75/-sq feet
20 Kumari marble  35/-sq feet
  • Extra charge 
  • Gst -18%
  • Loading -200/-tone

Transport cost extra 

Granite price list
S.no. Name  Price 
1 Absolute black granite  200/-sq feet
2 Black galaxy granite  190/-sq feet
3 Black granite leather finish  150/-sq feet
4 Black pearl granite  450/-sq feet
5 Majestic black granite  78/-sq feet
6 Premium black granite  300/-sq feet
7 Premium rajasthan black granite  90/-sq feet
8 Telephone black granite  250/-sq feet
9 Alaska white granite  180/-sq feet
10 Ice white granite  200/-sq feet
11 Jasmine white granite  115/-sq feet
12 Kashmiri white granite  210/-sq feet
13 Nova white granite  170/-sq feet
14 Pearl white granite  66/-sq feet
15 White galaxy granite  185/-sq feet
16 Corona pink granite  68/-sq feet
17 Gold dunes granite  190/-sq feet
18 Ivory gold granite  200/-sq feet
19 Madurai gold granite  175/-sq feet
20 Mint green granite  190/-sq feet

Extra charge 

  • Gst -18%
  • Loading -200/-tone
  • Transport cost extra 
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Marble vs Granite
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Marble vs Granite
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Marble or granite there is no one best material it all depends on the athletic you prefer and how much metals you are willing to do if you need a good and affordable design you can go for marble but if you are looking for a long term durable solution and can spend some money as well going for granite and spending on it is not a bad option
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