Versatile, resilient and naturally beautiful, granite is an excellent surface for any project you’re planning. Granite is an igneous rock, which means that it was formed from molten lava deep within the earth’s crust. As the lava cools, it crystallizes under enormous pressure. It’s this crystallization that forms granite’s signature speckles of color such as golden browns, pale pinks, deep plums, romantic reds, exotic blues, greens, blacks and many subtle shades in-between — Pattern can be highly structured offering a uniform appearance or a pattern of lines, streaks, or veins.
Marble is a hard-crystalline metamorphic form of limestone dolomite rock, typically white with mottling’s or streaks of color with exquisite looks. Pure white marble is the result of metamorphism of a very pure (silicate-poor) limestone or dolomite protolith. The characteristic swirls and veins of many colored marble varieties of mineral such as clay, silt, sand, iron oxides, or chert which were originally present as grains or layers in the limestone.
Marble It’s a natural material with great variety, depending on which classes you select and how it’s cut. Marble creates a lovely natural pattern and it impossible to find anything as white in nature as white marble. But it’s not a perfect product Marble should be well-loved and be simply accept that will patina over time.
Soapstone is a natural rock found in several places around the world. It was formed from igneous rock in ancient ocean rift zones when those areas experienced significant heat and pressure from mountain formation and tectonic movement. The minerals in soapstone gives a soft, smooth feel. The finished surface of soapstone feels like a dry bar of soap (and that’s where it gets its name!
Soapstone have a rustic and natural charm when compared with the urbane and elegant look of granite or marble. Soapstone is not as hard as granite and its colors range blue-ish gray, green, and black tons with almost pure white veining.
Quartz is a stylish, sleek and diverse.
Engineered Surfaces, Quartz is manufactured with up to 93 percent high quality natural quartz crystals, high quality polyester binders, and proprietary coloring agents that are homogeneous, with uniform color throughout their thickness. Quartz designs take inspiration from natural stones and blend them with on-trend colors.
Seamless, non-porous, Quartz Surface is renewable, repairable and versatile. The material is resistant to bacteria, mildew and most stains. Quartz brands have many stunning color designs that give each customer the space to create the décor of their dream.
Quartzite is a metamorphic rock almost entirely of the mineral quartz. Its geologic life as sand grains, perhaps on a beach, desert dune, or riverbed usually white or light-colored as quartz sand is light colored. Quartzite has the look of marble, if you like marble, you’ll love quartzite. Do not confuse quartzite with manufactured Quartz Surfacing. Quartzite have breathtaking look with durability to fit any décor.