Natural Stone Slab
Because stone is a gift of Mother Nature, no two surfaces are exactly alike. Procured from quarries from around the world, we offer natural stone slabs in granite, quartz, marble, onyx, travertine, slate, limestone and soapstone. Stone varies in color, texture, durability and maintenance.
Granite, an igneous stone, is strong and durable, yet incredibly beautiful with its varying flecks of minerals and distinctive, bold patterns. It is available in a variety of finishes such as polished, honed and satin. Granite is an ideal material for kitchen counters, floors and walls. It is resistant to high heat and scratching.
Limestone, a sedimentary stone, is formed from the shells of ancient marine life and minerals. A soft appearance, yet durable enough for most applications, limestone comes in a nice range of muted colors.
Marble is a calcareous stone defined by its veining and soft, swirling patterns; it's available in polished and honed surfaces. It will create a beautiful finished project for walls, floors, fireplace facings and hearths, foyers, bathrooms, showers and bathtubs. Marble is a softer natural stone than granite and quartzite and more care must be...
Quartzite, usually a white/grey color, resembles marble, yet is harder and more difficult to stain. It is formed from sandstone and quartz together under a great deal of heat and pressure. The empty grains of...
Sandstone countertops are some of the most beautiful countertops available to homeowners. They are a stunning addition to any kitchen or bathroom because of their rich texture, grain and colors. And while they do require a little more maintenance and diligence than other stone countertops, their aesthetic value is tough to beat. Because...
Slate is a fine-grained metamorphic stone formed from the compression of clay and shale over of thousands of years. Slate is a great choice for residential or commercial projects.
Soapstone, a dense metamorphic rock, is available in slabs of grey and green with light veining. It is heat and stain resistant.
A sedimentary stone, travertine is formed in prehistoric hot springs are primarily formed of an accumulation of calcium based minerals. Durable enough to be used in commercial as well as residential applications, travertine transcends various designs aesthetics while remaining very reasonable from a cost perspective.