Slab Materials


GRANITE – is the rock most often quarried as ‘natural rock material’ that has been cut into blocks or slabs of specific length, width and thickness. Granite is hard enough to resist most abrasion, has a significant weight, inert, resisting weathering and can accept a brilliant polish.

Has been used for thousands of years in interior and exterior applications. Indoor , polished granite slabs are used in countertop industry and other practical and decorative features.


MARBLE – another rock that forms from limestone , being subjected to heat and pressure. Marble occurs in large deposits , allowing the be economically mines on large scale. It has the same uses as granite , but generally known for not being as dense.


ENGINEERED – Engineered stone is a modern stone created with a mixture of stone aggregates hold by a resin and pressed into slabs. Abundant material used to create the engineered stone is present everywhere in nature due to forming in all temperature climates . Highly resistant to both chemical and heat making it one of the most chip resistant in surfaces industry.