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  • Travertine
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  • Marble
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  • Limestone
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  • Sandstone
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  • Bluestone
    <p>Bluestone tiles are medium grained dark and heavy rock, harder than granite. The term "bluestone" in Britain is used in a loose sense to cover all of the "foreign" stones at Stonehenge. It is a "convenience" label rather than a geological term, since at least 20 different rock types are represented. One of the most common rocks in the assemblage is known as Preseli Spotted Dolerite—a chemically altered igneous rock containing spots or clusters of secondary minerals replacing plagioclase feldspar.<br /><br />Bluestone was also used extensively as cobblestone, and for kerbs and gutters, many examples which still exist in some of Melbourne's smaller city lanes and 19th Century inner suburban lanes. Crushed bluestone aggregate, known as bluemetal, is still used extensively in Victoria as railway ballast, road base, and, combined with bitumen, as road surfacing material, as well as in concrete making.<br /><br />Bluestone tiles offer an excellent hard durable surface offering good scratch and slip resistance. Ideal for all commercial, home, internal and external applications. Bluestone tiles can be used for indoor or outdoor areas but it is important that you lay them on the correct base.</p>
  • Granite
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  • Onyx
    <p><span>Buy the best quality onyx marble tiles in Australia!</span><br /><br /><span>Onyx is a cryptocrystalline form of quartz. It is a type of quartz crystal with a very fine crystalline structure. It is one of the many gemstones used to make jewellery. The colour of Onyx ranges from a very light lime-green colour to a very light forest-green colour. The green portion is marbled with a dark red-orange version giving it it's unique pattern.</span><br /><br /><span>Onyx was used in Egypt as early as the Second Dynasty to make bowls and other pottery items. The name onyx was used by the Romans for a variety of stones including alabaster, chalcedony, and what is now known as onyx marble. Roman soldiers wore sardonyx talismans engraved with heroes such as Hercules or Mars, God of War.</span></p> <p><span><img src="https://www.marbleceramiccorp.com.au/img/cms/ONYX.jpg" alt="" width="100%" height="auto" /></span></p>
  • HD Terrazzo
  • Marble Porcelain Backed
    <p>Marble porcelain backed tile is an alternative of solid natural stone tile. It is a real marble with porcelain bonded at the back side of the tile. By the innovative implementation of technology, this product has less environmental impact, a lighter tile and an extensive design range.<br /><br />Advantages of Marble Porcelain Backed Tile:</p> <ul> <li>Extensive product range that includes large format tiles</li> <li>Polished, honed and super matte finishes</li> <li>The tiles weigh 50% less than the equivalant full body stone tile</li> <li>More efficient installation and transport</li> <li>A higher physical strength by the use of porcelain and epoxy</li> <li>A 30-300% less cost of the equivalent full body natural stone tile</li> </ul>
  • Outdoor Tile and Paver
    <p><br />Outdoor tiles and pavers are most commonly used in external settings, especially around pools and wet areas because their texture makes them less slippery.<br /><br />Marble & Ceramic Corp (MCC) has many varieties of tumbled natural stone tiles and pavers in marble, travertine, limestone and bluestone.</p> <p><img src="https://www.marbleceramiccorp.com.au/img/cms/Tumbled Tile and Paver.jpg" alt="" width="100%" height="auto" /></p>
  • Step Tread & Riser
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  • Stacked Stone & Wall...
  • Cobblestone
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  • Stone Basin
  • Stone Mosaic & Capping...
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  • Pool Tile & Glass Mosaic
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  • Ceramic Wall & Border...
    <p>Buy the best quality ceramic wall and border tiles in Australia!</p> <p>Ceramic is an inorganic, nonmetallic solid prepared by the action of heat and subsequent cooling.<br /><br /><img src="https://www.marbleceramiccorp.com.au/img/cms/CERAMIC WALL & BORDER TILE.jpg" alt="" width="100%" height="auto" /></p>
  • Porcelain Tile & Mosaic
    <p>Buy the best quality porcelain tiles in Australia!<br /><br />Porcelain tiles are ceramic tiles with a water absorption rate of less than 0.5 percent that are used to cover floors and walls.</p> <p><img src="https://www.marbleceramiccorp.com.au/img/cms/PORCELAIN TILE & MOSAIC.jpg" alt="" width="100%" height="auto" /></p>
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  • Tile Adhesive & Grout
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