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Granite

Granite is a rock formed from liquid magma, cooled slowly to form a substance with great hardness and durability. Granite countertops are scratch-proof and will not scratch even when directly cut on.

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Marble

Marble is a rock formed from the recrystallization of limestone under high pressure and high temperatures within the earth. During the process, other minerals are introduced into the structure..

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Quartzite

Quartzite is a completely natural type of rock. It is made from sandstone which is metamorphosed into the quartzite form. It is generally mined in large quarries in its raw form and then processed in a plant to make thin slabs of stone.

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Quartz/Engineered Stone

Engineered quartz countertop stone is manufactured from a mix of approximately 93% crushed natural stone (including quartz), a resin binder, pigments, and additives.The marriage between stone and resin

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Soapstone

Soapstone is a rock made up of mineral deposits which are created by nature and quarried from the earth. The main ingredients in composition of soapstone are talc, chlorite, dolomite and magnesite.

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Onyx

Onyx is a unique and exotic stone which makes a spectacular impression on everyone. Onyx Marble stones are available in various colours and sizes. These stones can be used for various different

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Travertine

Travertine is a natural stone like marble and provides more shiner and polished look to your space.These are as beautiful as marble and affordable too. So, countertops of Travertine are getting more popular every day.

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Limestone

Limestone is a natural stone often formed from shells and bones of coral, shells, algae and calcium carbonate. It is very affordable as compared to its natural stone competitors such as marble and travertine.