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Synonymous with strength and beauty, Marble is the go-to surface for timeless sophistication. Every Marble slab is different from the next, giving your project individuality and a life of it’s own!
Marble is a metamorphic crystalline rock composed predominantly of crystalline grains of calcite, dolomite, or serpentine, and capable of taking a polish.
Granite is a visibly granular, crystalline rock of predominantly interlocking texture composed essentially of alkalic feldspars and quartz.
Quartzite is a dense, hard metamorphic quartz based stone typically formed from sandstone.
Soapstone is a talc-rich stone with a “soapy” feel, used for countertops, hearths, tabletops, chemical-resistant laboratory tops, stove facings, and cladding; Soapstone is known for its heat, chemical, and stain resistant properties.
Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed primarily of calcite or dolomite. The varieties of limestone used as dimensional stone are usually well consolidated and exhibit a minimum of graining or bedding direction.
A very fine grained metamorphic rock derived from sedimentary shale rock, with excellent parallel cleavage, and entirely independent of original bedding, slate may be split easily into relatively thin slabs.
Serpentine is a common hydrous magnesium silicate rock-forming mineral; generally dark green in color with markings of white, light green, or black. Rocks composed predominantly of such minerals are correctly called “serpentinites”, and are commercially sold as a marble because they can be polished.
Sandstones are sedimentary rocks usually composed of quartz cemented with silica, iron oxide or calcium carbonate. Sandstones range from very soft and fragile, to very hard and durable, depending on the depth at which it was buried and the nature of the cement. Generally, the most durable sandstones are cemented with silica.