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The only natural stones harder than granite are diamonds, rubies, and sapphires. Therefore, choose granite when permanence, enduring color and texture, and complete freedom from deterioration and maintenance are prime requirements. Granite is highly heat, scratch and stain resistant, and is commonly used to face commercial and institutional buildings and monuments. It is unequaled as a material for Worktop, Countertop, Stair Treads, Bathroom Vanities, fireplaces, steps, Kitchen Worktops and countertops, road and driveway curbing, terraces, and to pave plazas and public spaces. Granite is the traditional favorite of countertop materials for its unique colors and patterns, proven durability and lasting value.
Granite comes in hundreds of different colors and is quarried in such places as the United States, Canada, Brazil, China, Africa, Norway, India, Argentina, Portugal, Italy, Finland, Russia, Spain, Saudi Arabia, and more.
Most people are familiar with marble. From Greek statues to Roman baths, it has been used for centuries in just about every possible interior and exterior application. Marble is relatively hard, but not as hard as granite. Marble basically classifies into four groups which include: Groups A, B, C, and D. These merely indicate fabrication ability, which is based on the materials level of hardness. It is very popular for Worktop, Countertop, Stair Treads, Bathroom Vanities, fireplaces, steps, Kitchen Worktops and countertops, driveway curbing, terraces, and to pave plazas and public spaces, bar-tops, and bathrooms, and comes in a wide range of colors.
Marble has the same general properties of limestone and can stain, etch or scratch, but only becomes more beautiful over time and use. Most marble has veining mineral deposits throughout. It is generally thought to be from Italy, but in actuality it is quarried all over the world. Tumbled marble has become extremely popular in the last few years for backsplash, flooring and shower areas.
Like natural stone worktops, quartz worktops are incredibly hardwearing and durable due to the composite of crushed quartz and resin, but with a quartz worktop there is very little maintenance required to keep it looking in pristine condition for many years to come.
This hard material offers the ideal solution for kitchen worktops and counters, as well as bathroom surfaces, as it is non-porous, virtually scratch resistant, and stain resistant so it’s incredibly hygienic and makes cleaning up those spills nice and easy. Plus the hardwearing nature of quartz means it can withstand the daily use that you’re likely to find in regular homes.