Granite is one of the most known volcanic rock. As well as one of the most used natural stone as many objects in our life such as countertops, floor tiles, curbing, stair treads, paving stone.
Granite is the hardest stone in the world, and it is quarried as blocks, slabs of specific, width, and thickness. Granite has a high abrasion resistance, high endurance to weight and different kinds of weathering.
Granite, quarried from the mountains of Turkey, the U.S., and many other countries, is one of the most popular natural stones on the market. Available in three colors with similar dots in it, granite’s durability and long lasting make it best for kitchen countertops and other heavily used surfaces, including tabletops and floors. While engineered surfaces scratch easily and crack under hot cookware, granite resists heat, scratches and even heat exposure. Granite is not affected by citric acid, coffee, tea, alcohol, or wine as much as the other types. Granite is also almost impossible to scratch. Along with proper cleaning, will not stain under normal circumstances. Since it is one of the hardest stones makes it the best kitchen countertop material. Due to the granite’s exceptional strength, it is perfect for exterior applications as well. Granite is great for paving, curbing, etc.
Granite ranked #1 in cleanability when compared to six other countertop surfaces including stainless steel. (Based on a 1999 study by the Hospitality Institute of Technology and Management.)
Shape: Polished, Matt, Ardesia Polished
Type: Block, Slab & Tile
Where To Use?
Kitchen, Bathroom, Tiles, Facedes, Bars, Wall Tiles, Outdoor Kitchen, Fireplace Tilling