Danby Marble: Our Domestic Material for Marble Countertops
Marble and Granite, Inc. is proud to be a stocking distributor of Danby marble.
Danby Marble is famous for its clean white color and light veins. It is unsurpassed in its superiority and resilience.
Imperial Danby has been used by some of the most prestigious Architects, designers and builders in the world. Famous for its beauty, quality and durability, Danby marble has been used for flooring, countertops, facade veneers and world-class monuments.
Some of the more high profile projects using Imperial Danby are Arlington National Cemetery, The US Senate Building in Washington DC. and, The United Nations Building in New York. But also, it has been used in many kitchens countertops accross the country.
The Danby marble quarry is located in the Taconic Mountain Range of Vermont and has been producing high quality marble for over 100 years. It has a rich history and an unsurpassed reputation for excellence. The 1 ½ mile deep mine is the largest underground marble quarry in the world – capable of producing 4,000 square feet of marble slabs per day.
In 1992 the operation of the mine was taken over by Vermont Quarries Corporation – extending the 100 year tradition of producing the highest quality marble. Vermont Quarries has also achieved Greenguard Certification for its production of Danby marble – and they qualify for LEED Certification as well.
Marble and Granite, Inc. is proud to be associated with Vermont Quarries Inc. and to be a New England stocking distributor of their quality imperial Danby marble products. You can check inventory and pricing on the website
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