This magnificent and durable natural colored stone is unique to each slab. Quartzite resists UV radiation; it is heat and stain-resistant because of its low porosity. Though it is on the harder side of natural stone; its best to seal your quartzite at least once a year.
Quartz is an engineered stone made from the same crystals found in quartzite but undergoes a man-made process that binds the crystals with resin, pigments, and other materials such as glass. Quartz comes in a wide range of colors that are rich and luxurious. It is also resistant to stains and scratches.
Marble is a classic material that comes from the Earth’s crust. Though this unique stone is one of the most recognizable natural stones, no two slabs are alike. It has been used for some of the most important works of art in history which include the Washington Monument and the Taj Mahal. There are some cautions when using this stone for your solid surface needs. It is not heat resistant and etches easily.
This beautiful natural stone has always been a top selection for homeowners looking to improve the look of their homes. Granite is used in kitchens, outdoor barbecues, and bathrooms. Not only is each slab unique, but it comes in hundreds of varieties and colors. Granite is known for its overall durability. It is a very hard surface to scratch, resists heat, and resists stains.
This elegant natural stone, composed mainly of talc, has been around for ages. Many use it for the bread counters, or chemistry lab countertops because of its durability. Soapstone does not absorb liquids and is chemically inert. The slabs generally come in a grey color with white or off-white veining.
Ultra-Compact Surfaces is a new generation of materials. Ultra-Compact Surfaces are composed of natural raw material, made without resin, and are manufactured at extreme pressure and heat. This material includes the ability to withstand high heat, it doesn’t fade in UV light, and it is 100% non-porous. These features make a great choice for outdoors, shower surrounds, and saunas.