Materials

Wide range of stone materials

MARBLE

EXPRESSIVE ELEGANCE

Prized for its distinctive variegated appearance, marble has become a symbol of tradition, elegance and refined taste.

Marble is a hard crystalline metamorphic form of stone, typically with coloured mottlings or streaks.

GRANITE

STRIKING CHARACTER

Granite’s striking colours, patterns and distinctive structural characteristics make any home unique while providing a durable surface with high resistance to both acid and alkali attacks. An ideal choice for flooring, counter tops, vanities as well as exterior applications. It’s stylish patterns and colours make Granite a versatile and very low maintenance stone.

Granite is a very hard,  crystalline, igneous rock consisting mainly of quartz, mica, and feldspar.

Quartzite

HIGH PERFORMANCE

Quartzite stone offers a high performance, low maintenance surface. 

Quartzite is an extremely compact, hard rock consisting essentially of quartz. 

LIMESTONE

HISTORICAL GRANDEUR

This grand stone has been used in buildings for centuries because of its inherent beauty. Limestones range from soft pallets of white and cream to bold striking colourful pieces.

Limestones is a hard sedimentary rock, composed mainly of calcium carbonate or dolomite, used as building material and in the making of cement.

TRAVERTINE

EARTHY COMPLEX

Characterised by random pitting, Travertine evokes an earthy look, with variations in colour, pattern, texture and weathering. It becomes a versatile handsome surface enabling a natural transition from home to garden.

Travertine is a form of rock deposited around mineral springs. It is formed by a process of rapid precipitation of calcium carbonate.

ENGINEERED STONE

CONTEMPORARY HIGH PERFORMANCE

We offer a range of brands, each having a selection of beautiful colours and textures

Engineered stones present the advantage of a high performance, low maintenance surface.

Choose The Right Stone For Your Project.

Read about the characteristics of each material before you make your decision.