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Choose from the following natural stone options that best fit your project:
A product made from more than 93% - 95% quartz, delivering both beauty and superior durability. This is why it is perfect for use in interior applications such as worktops, cladding, sinks, shower trays and flooring. Silestone (Quartz) can be found in more than 90 colors and comes in 2 slab sizes (126 x 63” and 120 x 55” and 137 x 70”). Resistant to liquids, it boasts a special surface treatment thanks to N-BOOST technology, which facilitates cleaning, maintenance and shine.
Quartz can be found in many different colors and styles, from light to dark, solid-colored or with veining. These engineered stone surfaces are stain-resistant, low maintenance, and easy to clean.
Marble is a carbonatic rock of metamorphic origin and some ophiolitic rocks [serpentinites and ophicalcites], formed by the alteration of limestone or dolomite, often streaked.
Best uses: entry walls, floors, fireplaces, vanities, shower walls, tub decks, furniture, sculptures and courtyards. Not recommended for kitchen counters because it can be stained by fruit juices and alcohol products. Marble is an excellent choice as pastry boards because of its cold surface. Color ranges in whites, pinks, blues, and greens.
Granite is a coarse-grained, hard igneous rock consisting chiefly of quartz and feldspar accompanied by one or more dark minerals. The texture is typically homogeneous but may be gneissic or porphyritic.
Best uses: kitchens, countertops, wet bars, entry walls, floors, fireplaces, vanities, shower walls, tub decks, furniture, and sculptures. Granite is a dense option making it water-resistant and durable to weather. Great for outdoors as well as indoor use. Colors range from white to black, pink or red, light to dark gray.
Quartzite is a metamorphic rock made almost entirely of the mineral quartz. Quartzite begins as sand grains, and over time, the sand grains become compressed and stick together to form sandstone. As the sandstone gets buried underneath layers of rocks, it gets hotter and more compressed, fusing to their neighbors, forming a dense, durable rock.
Best uses: Ideal for busy spaces, due to their extreme hardness and durability; being scratch, heat, and stain resistant. Quartzite remains an excellent choice for kitchen countertops, or anywhere your imagination; both indoor and outdoor.
Porcelain is a popular choice for its durability and versatility, made by heating substances, generally including materials such as kaolinite, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 and 1,400 °C (2,200 and 2,600 °F). Its scratch, stain, and moisture resistance make it a no-brainer for countertops. It is a ceramic that can be produced in a variety of colors and patterns and is known for its ability to mimic the look of natural finishes, like stone or wood.
Best uses: Ideal for indoor and outdoor spaces such as floors, countertops, and exterior walls and facades such as fireplaces, shower walls, and even pools.
Travertine is a chemical limestone that can resemble marble when polished. It is a carbonatic rock of sedimentary origin formed by chemical precipitation in a sub-aerial environment, highly porous calcite.
Best uses: entry walls, floors, fireplaces, vanities, shower walls, tub decks, mosaics, furniture, and sculptures. Not recommended for kitchen counters because it can be stained by fruit juices and alcohol products. Color typically ranges in beige and brown. Requires special care; some cleaning products are destructive to travertine surfaces.
Slate is a microcrystalline metamorphic rock, commonly derived from shale. Composed mostly of micas, chlorite, and quartz.
Best uses: floors, walkways, roofing – recently for kitchen counters and wet bars. It has a dense composite that is very tough, typically in blacks, grays and greens. Note: this type of natural stone is very durable and easy to care for.
Limestone is a form of marble that is less dense and consists mostly of calcium carbonate. The formation of limestone includes carbonatic rocks of sedimentary origin, which can be polished.
Best uses: structural walls, entry walls, floors, fireplaces, vanities, shower walls, tub decks, mosaics, furniture, sculptures, and garden walkways. Not recommended for kitchen counters because it can be stained by fruit juices and alcohol products. Limestone is more porous than marble, and available in fewer colors; typically in lighter beige, beige, brown and red colors, as well as in black. It is usually treated with sealant before use.