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Our Products

Cultured Marble

Our cultured marble starts off with dolomite or limestone, which comes from the quarry; it is mined but is a softer rock. We receive it bagged up in 50 pound bags and can order several tons at a time, if we choose. Along with the dolomite, our culture marble is mixed with a polyunsaturated resin that combines all the materials together. We also add Sil-Cells (a light-weight filler that makes the batch lighter in weight, yet stronger) to each batch. To get the batch to harden up, we add catalyst. Depending on the weather conditions, we use either a minimal or a stronger catalyst in the winter months. If the catalyst were omitted, the mixture we remain in liquid form forever!

Each batch is mixed in a 6-foot Hobart mixer for a certain length of time. After mixing, it is then hand-flung, along with whatever color swirls the customer wants, into the mold (or multiple molds) that make up their order. Every piece can be slightly different, since this is an art form. We can even change the background color, as well, because color is our specialty.


Cultured Onyx

Our cultured onyx differs from our cultured marble, in that the cultured marble’s background looks solid, whereas the background of the cultured onyx is translucent, giving it a very elegant look! The cultured onyx has a polyunsaturated onyx resin to bind the materials together; however, instead of dolomite, we use onyx filler, in addition to the catalyst to make it set up and harden.

Our cultured onyx, being translucent, will look very “busy” in the white swirls. If the customer chooses an additional color, it will get swirled in and give the final product a multi-dimensional appearance.  Our cultured onyx is Sheryl Weber’s personal favorite of the three products she sells. It also is priced in the middle between out cultured marble and our cultured granite.

No matter which product the customer chooses, as long as it is installed properly, that product should last “virtually forever.” All three of our cultured products are gel-coated for protection. What makes it special is the particular look that a customer wants for their home.


Cultured Granite

Our cultured granite differs from our cultured marble and cultured onyx, in that is has no swirls but instead, contains little rocks in various colors. Some of the rock pieces may be smaller, some may be larger. This ground up granite material comes in 50 pound bags.

We use the same onyx resin to bind the materials together. Along with the granite material and the resin, we again use a catalyst to harden the mixture after is mixed in the machine, and then flung into the molds. If the customer wants a lighter color, we can add white crushed granite to lighten up the appearance. Cheryl has stated that sometimes, she feels like a mad scientist experimenting with mixtures, in an attempt to create new colors that would attract new customers.

Whether you choose our cultured marble, cultured onyx, or cultured granite, we can also pour your soap dishes and trims out of the same material or out of a contrasting color to accent your special bathroom project.

 

Cultured Marble

Our cultured marble starts off with dolomite or limestone, which comes from the quarry; it is mined but is a softer rock. We receive it bagged up in 50 pound bags and can order several tons at a time, if we choose. Along with the dolomite, our culture marble is mixed with a polyunsaturated resin that combines all the materials together. We also add Sil-Cells (a light-weight filler that makes the batch lighter in weight, yet stronger) to each batch. To get the batch to harden up, we add catalyst. Depending on the weather conditions, we use either a minimal or a stronger catalyst in the winter months. If the catalyst were omitted, the mixture we remain in liquid form forever!

Each batch is mixed in a 6-foot Hobart mixer for a certain length of time. After mixing, it is then hand-flung, along with whatever color swirls the customer wants, into the mold (or multiple molds) that make up their order. Every piece can be slightly different, since this is an art form. We can even change the background color, as well, because color is our specialty.

 

 

Cultured Onyx

Our cultured onyx differs from our cultured marble, in that the cultured marble’s background looks solid, whereas the background of the cultured onyx is translucent, giving it a very elegant look! The cultured onyx has a polyunsaturated onyx resin to bind the materials together; however, instead of dolomite, we use onyx filler, in addition to the catalyst to make it set up and harden.

Our cultured onyx, being translucent, will look very “busy” in the white swirls. If the customer chooses an additional color, it will get swirled in and give the final product a multi-dimensional appearance.  Our cultured onyx is Sheryl Weber’s personal favorite of the three products she sells. It also is priced in the middle between out cultured marble and our cultured granite.

No matter which product the customer chooses, as long as it is installed properly, that product should last “virtually forever.” All three of our cultured products are gel-coated for protection. What makes it special is the particular look that a customer wants for their home.

 

 

Cultured Granite

Our cultured granite differs from our cultured marble and cultured onyx, in that is has no swirls but instead, contains little rocks in various colors. Some of the rock pieces may be smaller, some may be larger. This ground up granite material comes in 50 pound bags.

We use the same onyx resin to bind the materials together. Along with the granite material and the resin, we again use a catalyst to harden the mixture after is mixed in the machine, and then flung into the molds. If the customer wants a lighter color, we can add white crushed granite to lighten up the appearance. Cheryl has stated that sometimes, she feels like a mad scientist experimenting with mixtures, in an attempt to create new colors that would attract new customers.

Whether you choose our cultured marble, cultured onyx, or cultured granite, we can also pour your soap dishes and trims out of the same material or out of a contrasting color to accent your special bathroom project.

 

Cultured Marble

Our cultured marble starts off with dolomite or limestone, which comes from the quarry; it is mined but is a softer rock. We receive it bagged up in 50 pound bags and can order several tons at a time, if we choose. Along with the dolomite, our culture marble is mixed with a polyunsaturated resin that combines all the materials together. We also add Sil-Cells (a light-weight filler that makes the batch lighter in weight, yet stronger) to each batch. To get the batch to harden up, we add catalyst. Depending on the weather conditions, we use either a minimal or a stronger catalyst in the winter months. If the catalyst were omitted, the mixture we remain in liquid form forever!

Each batch is mixed in a 6-foot Hobart mixer for a certain length of time. After mixing, it is then hand-flung, along with whatever color swirls the customer wants, into the mold (or multiple molds) that make up their order. Every piece can be slightly different, since this is an art form. We can even change the background color, as well, because color is our specialty.

Cultured Onyx

Our cultured onyx differs from our cultured marble, in that the cultured marble’s background looks solid, whereas the background of the cultured onyx is translucent, giving it a very elegant look! The cultured onyx has a polyunsaturated onyx resin to bind the materials together; however, instead of dolomite, we use onyx filler, in addition to the catalyst to make it set up and harden.

Our cultured onyx, being translucent, will look very “busy” in the white swirls. If the customer chooses an additional color, it will get swirled in and give the final product a multi-dimensional appearance.  Our cultured onyx is Sheryl Weber’s personal favorite of the three products she sells. It also is priced in the middle between our cultured marble and our cultured granite.

No matter which product the customer chooses, as long as it is installed properly, that product should last “virtually forever.” All three of our cultured products are gel-coated for protection. What makes it special is the particular look that a customer wants for their home.

Cultured Granite

Our cultured granite differs from our cultured marble and cultured onyx, in that is has no swirls but instead, contains little rocks in various colors. Some of the rock pieces may be smaller, some may be larger. This ground up granite material comes in 50 pound bags.

We use the same onyx resin to bind the materials together. Along with the granite material and the resin, we again use a catalyst to harden the mixture afterwards. The materials are all mixed in the machine, and then the mixture is flung into the molds. If the customer wants a lighter color, we can add white crushed granite to lighten up the appearance. Sheryl has stated that sometimes, she feels like a mad scientist experimenting with mixtures, in an attempt to create new colors that would attract new customers.

Whether you choose our cultured marble, cultured onyx, or cultured granite, we can also pour your soap dishes and trims out of the same material or out of a contrasting color to accent your special bathroom project.

 

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