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Granite is an Igneous rock that is formed by volcanic activity. It is made up of 60% feldspar and 30% quartz which makes it a very hard. It is resistant to very resistant to wear and tear. It is available in a variety of colors and grain patterns. more>> Grays, Blacks, Browns, Reds, Greens, Blue-gray Very Hard Igneous Indoor and Outdoor Counter Tops, Floors, Back Splash, Walls, Kitchens, and Bathrooms










Marble is medium in hardness and is formed by fine grain crystals, which contributes to a mirror like finish when polished.more>> Whites, Grays, Greens, Reds, Black, Variegated Medium Metamorphic Indoor Floors, Fire Place Mantles, Tilling, and Statues










Limestones form in shallow, calm, warm marine waters. they contain at least 50% calcium carbonate. limestones can contain small percents of the materials including: quartz, feldspar, pyrite, siderite and other minerals. more>> Gray, Buff, Variegated Gray/Buff Soft Sedimentary Facing Stone, Floor Tiles, Stair Treads, Window Sills, Patios and Many other purposes.










Travertine stone is a form of limestone with a pitted surface that can be left for an aged look or filled with a resin for a more finished look. It can be obtained as slabs as well as tile more>> Ivories, Creams, Golden Browns, and darker browns Soft Sedimentary Backslashes, Travertine Sinks, Floors, Mosaic Tiles, Statuary, Fireplace Surrounds, Tub Surrounds










onyx is a cryptocrystalline form of quartz. Its mesmerizing jewel-like translucence and exotic banding in diverse shades make it ideal for backlit panels and backslashes. more>> Browns, Oranges, Greens, and Grays Medium Hard Semi Precious Backlit Panels, Back Splashes, and Other various home decor uses










semi precious stone can include petrified wood, amethyst, blue agate, and much more. the individual stones are cut and bound together with an epoxy resin to create unique surfaces. more>> Blues, Greens, Reds, Purples, Whites, Cream, Blacks, Grays, and more Medium Semi Precious Counter tops, Back Splashes, and Sink and Tub Surrounds










Sandstone is a coarse-grained rock formed by the consolidation and compaction of sand and held together by a natural cement, such as silica. more>> Earth Tones, Beiges, Creams, Browns, and Reds. Soft Sedimentary Floor Tiles, Wall Tiles, Fireplaces, Decorative Pavements










Slate is a stone that is made up of shale and clay that has been compacted for many years. It is a rustic material that offers a unique weathered look. more>> Shades of Grays, Browns, Rust, and Graphite Soft Metamorphic Indoor and Outdoor, Floors, Walls, and Back Splashes










Engineered Stone is completely man made. It contains 90% natural quartz (the hardest non precious stone) bond together by a resin. it is just as if not more durable as natural granite. Engineered stone is also more resistant to bacteria, which makes it great for use in health care buildings. more>> Almost any color is available. Hardness Engineered Counter tops, Shower and Tub Surrounds, and Other various surfaces around the home.