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Thank you for the advice and patience afforded when we made the purchase. The stone due to the composition enabled the cuts around doorways etc., look good without wasting a single slab.
Thank you very much for your quick response. Most of the limestone is down already and it looks fabulous. My family is very happy. I will be sure to send through some images when we are done!
Thanks for your advice on the encaustic tiles. Much appreciated.
I wanted to say thank you for the amazing product and for the fast processing and delivery. It was impressive, you weren't kidding. I was surprised with such an excellent quality...My family is very happy. I would definitely use this site again and again and recommend it to others.
I loved everything about buying from you! My purchase was carefully packaged and quickly shipped. I was also pleased with great service and delivery times. There is no such awesome store on the web that can match you :)
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Thank you again and again! I have experienced the fastest support ever. My order arrived on my door step the following day. Your team is always friendly and very helpful. You managed to exceed my expectations!
What is Granite?
Granite is the most popular stone type used in countertop applications today. Granites are some of the hardest of the common countertop stones, offering high levels of resistance to abrasion and scratching. Granites are made up of several different minerals, each mineral having a different hardness. Granites contain quartz, feldspars, biotite, amphibole, ferrous titanium oxides, and other mineral combinations. Limestone is a sedimentary stone with at least 50% calcite or calcium carbonate content. Almost all limestone is composed of grains or fragments of biologic origin, ranging from fossils to dinosaur bones. Most limestone is marine in origin, composed of micro-sized fossils of marine organisms like the shells found on most beaches. It is very common to find pieces of shells in limestone tiles.