Why Choose Marble for Your Commercial Space?
Marble is a luxurious building material extracted from natural limestone components, providing warmth and elegance to commercial applications. Many Booms Stone Company clients choose slabs that incorporate understated beauty and subtle color nuances, which result in a unique, classic appeal; others prefer pieces with a more dramatic look that catches the eye and creates a stunning focal point.
Marble is infused with crystals that run in veins throughout the slab, revealing hues of white, cream, sage, rose and light charcoal. Once cost prohibitive for many clients, the latest technology and increased availability have enabled us to offer marble at a price point that will suit almost any budget. Boom Stone Company is an Accredited Member of the Marble Institute of America, so you can trust our experts to help you with any commercial projects, including universities and campuses, government buildings, monuments, and liturgical spaces.
Applications for Commercial Marble
There’s almost no limit to the commercial uses for marble, and Boom Stone Company specialists are available to help you with all phases of the design process. Our commercial marble services include:
- Stone Cladding with varietal textures and hues to distinguish your space from other commercial structures;
- Stone Flooring installations with customized waterjet cuts to lay out logos, medallions, and other ornamental features; and,
- Liturgical Stone Work of benches, arches, altars, and columns that make for a more beautiful, peaceful space of worship.
Booms Stone Company: Your Commercial Marble Specialists
Booms Stone Company is Southeast Michigan’s leading stone contractor, with a portfolio of hundreds of projects completed for our valued customers. Our commercial design specialists are available to work with you on design, installation and care for your marble. To learn more about the range of styles and usages for our quality building materials, we invite you to join us on a guided tour of our facility. Please visit our collection of building materials, or contact us for more information.