The cultured marble is made of 75% of natural marble dust, mixed with liquid polyester resin. It is finished with a top layer of sanitary gel coat (similar to clear coat on your car).

Coni-marble is made in our Thorndale plant

Cultured marble is only used in bathrooms, such as: sink bowls, vanities, shower bases, walls, and tubs.

Coni-marble is not scratch resistant. The finish on all Coni-marble products is similar to the gel coat finish on your vehicle. Coni-marble is used in the bathroom only. Minor scratches can be polished out. Once a scratch goes through the gel coat, it cannot be repaired.

No. Everything is made to order. We do not stock any items.

Timelines vary throughout the year depending on the volume of orders going through the plant and the number of installed versus supply only orders. Please call the office for the current timeline.

No, Coni-marble is not a cover-up product. A Coni-marble base slides right against the studs and on top of a cement or sub floor. The wall panels are installed on new and dry drywall.

The shower base floor area has a textured finish to improve traction, however, the use of body oils and some body washes can make any surface slippery. Take caution when using these products.

Yes, please see our list of standard sizes.

The largest custom base size is 59” x 95”

Coni-Marble has several accessories, such as Shampoo and Soap Niches and Corner Seats and Shelving.

Marble should be cleaned with mild soap and water and squeegee after each use. If a cleaning product feels gritty between your fingers, do not use it on marble. Never clean with anything abrasive.

Gel Gloss or Orange Glow can be used to remove soap and shampoo residue that can develop over time. Do not let Gel Gloss or Orange Glow sit on marble for any length of time. It should be sprayed on and wiped or squeegeed off immediately.

The standard thickness of the wall panels is 3/8”

Wall caps are mostly ¾” (more for the look), although can do 3/8” as well.

Yes! We can make a vanity top in any of our Coni-marble colours to match or compliment your shower area.

Coni-marble makes integral bowls (top and bowl all in one piece), but you can also use an undermount porcelain sink.

Yes. We make several different styles of regular and hydropool marble tubs.

No. We are strictly a surfaces company.

Yes! We have our own Coni-marble installers that install all of the products we sell!

No, Coni-marble is not responsible for any plumbing or fixtures. Please supply your own plumber.

Corian is a solid surface that we bring in and fabricate. Avian is a Coni-marble product. We manufacture it as well as fabricate it. Coni-marble has over 60 Avian colours to choose from and they are all at the same price point.

Yes. Always use a hot pad under a grill, crockpot, instapot, etc. and always use a cutting board.

Yes. Coni-marble has a service (charged at an hourly rate) to polish out scratches and burns. Please contact the office to schedule maintenance.

Avian is a renewable surface with the colour and particle distribution going throughout the material, this allows buffing out scratches easy and is virtually seamless.

If you choose a solid surface with a veining through it, you will however, see the seams if you change direction on your countertop.

Coni-marble fabricates Quartz. We order in by the slab and fabricate it to your measurements.

Coni-marble quotes based on the layout of your area. Due to all the specifications of our fabrication, and that we will provide an installed price, we do not provide a square foot price of material only.

Coni-marble carries 5 different Quartz companies. Hanstone, Caesarstone, Corian Quartz, Silestone and LG Viatera. All of these companies are reputable, durable and excellent quality. With all five companies, we can offer over 200 colours!

Due to the quartz’s non-porous surface, no waxing, sealants or polishing is required.

Quartz Surfaces should be cleaned with pH-neutral, non-abrasive cleanser and rinsed with clear water. With Quartz surfaces, you avoid the sealing, buffing, polishing or reconditioning required by most granite surfaces.

Quartz is designed to be resistant to heat and can withstand exposure to normal cooking environment for brief periods of time without being damaged quartz withstands heat better than most surfacing materials on the market, all surfacing materials, including stone, can be damaged by extreme temperature changes, whether prolonged or sudden. Trivets and hot pads should always be used when placing hot skillets, pans, crock-pots or other heat generating kitchenware on the surface.

Quartz’s durable surface is designed to withstand normal use. While it is resistant to scratches, cuts, and chipping, cutting directly on the quartz surface should be avoided. Using cutting boards and taking care not to drop or move heavy objects on the surface will help to ensure long-lasting beauty.

Yes, our Coni-marble installers will template your surface and install the quartz of our provided suppliers.

Neolith is a porcelain product made up of silica, feldspar, and quartz particles. It is produced as a sintered stone and Coni-marble carries a 12mm (1/2”) thickness for countertops, islands and fireplaces.

Neolith is stain resistant, scratch resistant, non combustible, will not bend, thaw resistant and will not be affected by extreme heat or cold temperatures.

Yes! Neolith can be used outside, all year around!

Coni-marble only carries the matte finish as it is the most durable and has the least maintenance.

This will depend on the quartz you are comparing it to. Usually, Neolith starts at a price point close to a mid range quartz. Again, it will also depend on the fabrication involved.

Yes! You will only see a ½” reveal around the sink, as the material is only ½” in thickness.