Granite is a beautiful natural stone with many uses. It is durable, heat resistant, scratch resistant, and ultra-easy to clean. Its unique appearance varies from slab to slab and is an excellent option for those seeking a low maintenance material and natural look. Great for indoor and outdoor spaces.
For customers who desire the look of marble and the strength and durability of granite, quartzite is a great option. Most quartzites are very vibrate and show a lot of depth in the patterns. This hard-wearing material is scratch resistant and is incredibly durable.
Marble’s natural elegance and beauty make it a timeless pick. Marble is a softer surface making it slightly more prone to scratching and staining. It is available in a variety of colors and patterns. Marble is know for being a naturally cool stone. It is great for baking and making confections.
Travertine is a beautiful natural counter top option. It functions much like granite or marble and is super durable and easy to clean and maintain. It is available in a variety of natural hues.
Soapstone is a beautiful stone with incredible heat and stain resistant properties. Uniqueness of the stone lies in the fact that no two pieces are ever similar. Every application of soapstone gives a different appearance. Ranging from dark grey to bluish or greenish grey, the stone has dramatic and light marble like veining. The stone achieves a beautiful patina over a period of time. It does not require sealing and has high heat resistant properties.
Limestone is known for its natural beauty, warmth, and elegance. It is available in a wide range of natural colors and textures. But, its naturally porous surface makes it more stain and scratch prone than other materials. So sealing and maintenance may require some extra work.
Onyx has translucency and gem like properties. It creates an exclusive style with its sleek and modern looking surface. It is formed in caves as sedimentary stones. The stunning swirls and rich and vibrant parallel bands make onyx a highly sought after stone. Onyx is often back-lit to show the amazing depth of the stone.