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Granite

A very hard, granular, crystalline, igneous rock consisting mainly of quartz, mica, and feldspar and often used as a building stone. It is perfect for both outdoor and indoor uses. Many people recognize granite because it is the most common igneous rock found at Earth's surface and because granite is used to make many objects that we encounter in daily life. These include but not limited to counter tops, floor tiles, paving stone, curbing, stair treads, building veneer, and cemetery monuments etc.

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Marble

Marble  is a hard crystalline metamorphic form of limestone, typically white with mottlings or streaks of color, that is capable of taking a polish and is used in sculpture and architecture.

Very few rocks have as many uses as marble. It is used for its beauty in architecture and sculpture.

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Quartz

The quartz is factory made combined with high-quality polymer resins and pigments and then compacted under intense vibration, vacuum, and pressure into dense, non-porous slabs. The slabs are post cured, gauged to precise thickness, and polished to an enduring shine.

With the many varieties of countertop materials available, it's often challenging for homeowners to determine which will be the best choice for their home. To aid in this process, there are many reasons to consider quartz such as cost, appearance, strength, hygienic, maintenance, cleaning etc

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Quartzite

Quartzite is a naturally occurring metamorphic rock. It is created when sandstone is subjected to extreme heat and pressure caused by tectonic plate compression in the crust of the earth. The stone is mined and sawn into slabs which are later precisely cut to become countertops..

Quartzite is harder than granite, so it is quite durable. It withstands heat very well that's why it makes perfect kitchen counter-tops.

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Onyx

Onyx is a great alternative to granite, marble, and other more popular stone surfaces, onyx provides a sleek and modern look to any workspace. Onyx is formed in caves as stalactites and stalagmites drip to form this precious stone. Onyx Countertops are a rarity as they bring a unique appearance with strikingly dramatic appeal..

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Semi-Precious

Each semi-precious stone is individually cut and bound together with an epoxy resin to create not only stunning slabs, but true works of art.