Characteristics of RESIMARMO

    What’s RESIMARMO® ?   What’s ? It is a coating consisting of 95% marble aggregates mixed with a polymer binder (5% product). It guarantees not only decorative characteristics but also high drainage. First of all, it is a binder capable of guaranteeing the final compound characteristics, not only decorative but also high drainage. The characteristics of marble aggregates + resin make them easily adaptable to complex geometric situations. In addition, the variety of colors available allows you to make drawings or patterns of all kinds. The ease of processing and installation is conducive to geometric shapes as oblong shapes. The only limit will be your imagination. RESIMARMO® allows you to create surfaces that meet the basic requirements. The main features are:   RAINING   The high degree of drainage capacity is one of the strengths of RESIMARMO® and depends on the particular size of the aggregates. The rapid […]

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Where are we

    Where are we   Your e-commerce Where are we ? After presenting ourselves, we have to tell you where are we in Italy and then in France, we sell our products through exhibitions, fairs and other regional or national events and exclusively on the Web. You still need to know a few things about us. For example, we are native of Milan with regard to the company’s headquarters for the activities of : The Administration, Accountability, Commercial management, Telephony, RESIMARMO® retailers, (Distributors and Applicators), And we are on the outskirts of Milan, for our activities : Techniques, Transport, Preparation of commands, Receipt of goods, Storage etc … From the beginning, we decided that e-commerce, did not need stores or showcases. We preferred to invest in quality products at a reasonable price, rather than having stores or it was difficult to know if you, our customers, were going to […]

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Contacts

    Contacts   There is one thing that most websites have in common, yes one thing you will find everywhere, this is contacts page. Even if there are still some unbelievers who do not want to be reachable, we can say that almost all of the websites have a contacts page. At the time of all-out communication, it is vital to maintain good relations with its readers, subscribers or customers. You will also find a contact page on RESIMARMO® sites. The contact page allows visitors to send a message directly from the website during their visit. It is very convenient and above all very quick to get an answer, when a visitor has a question.     Indeed, Internet users can send written comments, remarks or even advice to the moderators of the websites. They also allow to subscribe to a “Newsletter” and to register on the site either […]

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History of marble

History of marble     The marble has been used since ancient times as a material for sculpture and for architecture. The low refractive index of calcite, the main component, allows light to “penetrate” the surface of the stone before it is reflected, and gives this material (and especially white marbles) a special luminosity. The term marble derives from the Greek marmaros, which means “resplendent stone”, in antiquity it indicated any “lustrable” stone, that is to say, the surface of which could be lustered by means of polishing. Geology of marbles the marble (in the modern sense) are initially hard, metamorphic limestones with very low porosity; they are all of lower “Devonian” or lower “Carboniferous” age and deposited in an interval of 50 million years, between 380 and 330 million years. Subsequent to their deposition, they would have undergone a complete crystallization under the influence of physico-chemical phenomena called “metamorphism”, […]

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RESIMARMO

RESIMARMO® The legendary Italian marble   The marble market is booming! With innovation, the Italian peninsula is fighting to maintain his domination on finished products   One of the many RESIMARMO® partner quarries       “Our best Sales Representative is called Michelangelo. » Alvise Lazzareschi, the mustache bleached by years and marble dust, points a finger worthy of the famous fresco of the Sistine chapel towards the crenellated horizon by the cliffs with the plateaus cut with a chalk line. It was here, in this quarries in Carrara, that the Florentine genius himself came to choose the blocks from which to carve his masterpieces such as the “Pietà” or the “David”. He could have crossed the distant ancestors of the present master of the place who settled here, at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries, in the Apuan Alps, on the borders of Liguria and Emilia-Romagna. Since […]

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