What Does Burk Construction and Italian Sculptor, Michelangelo, Have in Common?

What Does Burk Construction and Italian Sculptor, Michelangelo, Have in Common?

Homes Built by Burk and sculptures sculpted by Michelangelo have something in common, we both choose Calqcatta Marble. The kitchen island and surrounding counters in the home, 79 Flamingo St, is Calacatta Meglia Marble.

Why is this type of marble so popular?

Among the many options available to homeowners and designers, Calacatta Meglia marble stands out as a symbol of sophistication and style. This exquisite natural stone, quarried from the rich landscapes of Italy, is renowned for its striking white background and dramatic veining, ranging from gold to gray, making each slab a unique piece of art.

While marble is often perceived as a delicate material, Calacatta Meglia is surprisingly durable when properly cared for. It is capable of withstanding the test of time, making it an excellent investment for those looking to enhance the value and appeal of their homes. Regular sealing and proper cleaning with mild, non-acidic products can keep your Calacatta Meglia surfaces looking pristine for years to come.

One of the remarkable attributes of Calacatta Meglia marble is its versatility. Calacatta Meglia marble adapts beautifully to both classic and contemporary interiors. Its natural elegance complements various design styles, from minimalist to maximalist, making it a preferred choice among homeowners and designers alike.

At Burk Construction & Development, we specialize in integrating high-quality materials like Calacatta Meglia Marble into our projects, ensuring that every home we build or renovate meets the highest standards of luxury and design.

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