Types

Travertine

Travertine

The stone is used in a wide range of interior and exterior building applications, including floor tiles, wall tiles, vanities & other surfaces, columns, balustrades, water tables, steps, thresholds and windowsills.

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Slate

Slate

The stone is used in a wide range of interior and exterior building applications, including floor tiles, wall tiles, skirting board, steps and risers.

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Silestone

Silestone

Silestone offers a sophisticated elegance and timeless beauty. The natural quartz in Silestone delivers distinctive depth, brilliant clarity, glimmering radiance and a cool, solid feel unique to natural stone.

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Quartzite

Quartzite

Is composed of sandstone that has been metamorphosed. Quartzite is much harder than the parent rock, sandstone. It forms from sandstone that has come into contact with deeply buried magmas. Quartzite looks similar to its parent rock.

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Pebble Stone

Pebble Stone

The stone is perfect for many applications in or out of the home, including shower floors, swimming pools, hot tubs, backsplashes for natural stone counters and entry ways are just a few examples of its use.

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Marble

Marble

Is a metamorphic rock. It was once limestone, but over time, the combination of intense heat and pressure caused the limestone to re-crystallize. Some foreign substances often stone during this process creating an infinite variety of colors, asters and veining.

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Granite

Granite

Granite is the most durable of the stone surfaces, which makes it the best choice for a worry-free countertop. It is extremely durable, stain resistant and easy to care for. It is chip resistant and is unlikely to crack or scratch during normal use.

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Flagstone

Flagstone

Flagstones are pieces of flat stones having longer surface area in relation to thickness. They come from stratified rocks of sedimentary and metamorphic nature, which are naturally splittable or cleavable along their planes of lineation.

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Coralina Stone

Coralina Stone

The stone is used in a wide range of interior and exterior building applications, including floor tiles, wall tiles, pool coping, pool deck, columns, steps and risers.

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