Jun3

Limestone Slabs: Perfect Choice For Your Home Renovation

Posted on Jun 3, 2020

Wanting to change the interior of your house and wish to give a modern and unique look? Limestone slabs would be the apt choice. Limestone slabs have been in use for centuries, and its classic appeal is what attracts customers to date.   With a contemporary look, limestone slabs also come in modern designs and […]

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May15

Why to choose Indian Limestone Slabs for your home project

Posted on May 15, 2020

Designing the perfect house can either be joy or trouble depending on how you go about it. Knowing how you want your house to feel is a great start to any part of the project and can easily be attainable with the right materials. When it comes to interior design, the stone is an eternally […]

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Nov15

Things To Consider While Using Limestone At Home

Posted on Nov 15, 2019

If you are looking for beautiful flooring for your building, limestone is one of the best options. It is gorgeous to look at and will add a luxurious and elegant vibe to your home or office. But before getting into the details, let us understand it closely. Indian Limestone is a naturally forming sedimentary rock […]

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Jun24

Benefits Of Indian Limestone flooring You Should Know

Posted on Jun 24, 2019

Limestone, a sedimentary rock, is comprised of calcium carbonate (calcite) and can be found in different forms as granular, crystalline or massive. For many years, limestone slabs have been extensively used for building construction and making houses. They are use for designing wall tiles, floor tiles and furniture. Since they can be found in wide […]

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Feb3

TOP 4 BATHROOM FLOORING IDEAS

Posted on Feb 3, 2018

Selecting a bathroom floor is very different from choosing a flooring option for other areas of the home. Once you’ve taken into account variables such as aesthetics, cost and durability, you have to consider another factor: moisture.     Water exists in bathrooms and if you choose the wrong type of natural stone, it will […]

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May2

The Unknown Facts of Limestone

Posted on May 2, 2017

Limestone is one of the many varieties of Sedimentary rocks. This rock primarily consists of calcium carbonate in the formation of a mineral calcite. The rock forms mainly under the shallow, warm and clear water bodies. This organic rock forms by the accumulation of the calcium-based organisms like corals, shells, algae and excretions of marine […]

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Mar7

Natural Limestone: Great ideas for around the home and garden

Posted on Mar 7, 2017

For most home renovation projects, flooring is one of the major challenges for all homeowners but with natural limestone you can be confident you are making the right choice. With so many options at your fingertips, it’s important to get all the facts before deciding and each option has their own benefits and advantages over […]

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Sep18

Indian limestone slabs versus Marble: Properties You Must Understand Before Buying

Posted on Sep 18, 2015

Limestone slabs are preferred in places that are susceptible to harsh environmental conditions. Since marble is a luxury item, using them in places that undergo rapid erosion could prove to be a costly affair. In such places, Indian limestone slabs are an ideal choice. Most Indian marble exporters recommend a smart assortment of Indian limestone […]

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Jul21

Home Trend 2015: Building a Strong Reputation around Indian Limestone Slabs

Posted on Jul 21, 2015

The Indian limestone slabs belong to the family of sedimentary rocks. They are largely composed of skeletal remains of corals, shell fish and other marine organisms. The limestone slabs extracted from Indian mines have mineral deposits of calcite and aragonite. Depending on the percentage of these minerals, the rating of Indian Limestone slabs is done. […]

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Jun2

A look at Technical Classification of Limestone

Posted on Jun 2, 2015

Limestone is a sedimentary rock that is formed from the skeletal fragments of the ancient marine organisms. Corals or foraminifera are the major contributors of natural limestone slabs. The limestone slabs are part of the carbonate rocks made of calcium. The Indian limestone slabs are formed from a distinct category of carbonate grains. Apart from […]

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