Granite – It comes in a vast variety of colours. Granite is a versatile hard wearing material which is ideal for kitchen benchtops, floors, staircases, external wall cladding, fireplace hearth and mantle pieces, lift surrounds, outdoor kitchens, planter boxes, chopping boards, drive ways, column cappings, window sills, skirting,  feature walls, floor inlays and countless more usages. Granite is equally used for commercial and residential building products.
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Marble – There is a huge colour range of Marble available. Marble is used greatly for bathroom walls, floors and vanity counters, furnishings, feature walls, lift surrounds, floor inlays, skirting, pool surrounds, water features, column surrounds, window sills, fireplace mantle and fireplace hearth, cutting boards and much more. Due to its characteristics most  marble slabs are great for book matched features. Marble  is equally used for commercial and residential building products.
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Travertine – The characteristic of  this stone is very similar to Marble but more porous. Travertine can be used raw and unfilled although most applications require the stone to be filled so it can be used as counter tops in bathrooms, pool surrounds, entry floor, wall cladding, water features, column surrounds, fireplace hearth, fireplace mantle piece and surrounds, floor inlay’s, furnishings, column cladding and many other usages.
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Natural Quartz – Is not to be confused with quartz based engineered stone. They are very different materials. Natural Quartz is one of the most abundant minerals on earth. Quartz comes in many different varieties often used for jewellery or carvings. Pure quartz which is also called rock crystal or clear quartz is transparent and colourless. It is extremely hard and therefore suitable for all types benchtops.
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Onyx – Also a type of natural quartz. it is fantastic looking stone which comes in many different colours. It is often used as backlit feature walls or column surrounds as most types are transparent. Onyx is great in residential projects like front panels of kitchen island benchtops as well as in public places like hotel lobby’s, Casinos and shops.
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Engineered Stone is also called Reconstituted stone – Reconstituted stone is a man made Quartz based stone product. Man made stone such as QStone, Silestone, Caesarstone, HanStone, SmartStone, Quantum Quartz and Essa Stone are non permeable, meaning they will not stain easily, hence sealing is not required. It is recommended that care be taken as on rare occasions man made stones can still stain with substances such as red wine, lemon juice or beetroot, if left on for a longer period e.g over night. Wiping off the benchtops with warm soapy water is recommended. Click here for more info

 

  • How do I maintain my stone tops?

    Cleaning of the stone should only be carried out with warm and mildly soapy water and the dried with a clean dry cloth. Methylated Spirits can be used as an alternative.

  • Can natural stone like marble or granite stain?

    Please avoid substances such as coffee, wine, lemon juice, coke and beetroot as these may affect the finished surface causing dulling or staining depending on the stone.

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