The Journey of Indian Natural Stone Slab from Quarry to Finished Product

Posted on Mar 1, 2019

Natural stones, buried inside the bowels of the earth, when quarried and extracted for multiple uses, go through the process of being cut into blocks, slabs, tiles or even decorative pieces. All this is not as simple as it sounds. Every stone requires different treatment and handling. Some are softer than others which can easily […]

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How is Indian Quartzite Tile Superior Than Any Synthetic Tiles?

Posted on Feb 7, 2019

Tiles made from natural stones have some unique features which are found only in them by the virtue of being the product of mineral substances quarried from the mines or mountains. Natural stones which include marble, slate, Quartzite, sandstone etc. are gifted with different properties and have over the years proved their exquisite uses, especially […]

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What Makes Indian Marble Slabs So Special?

Posted on Jan 1, 2019

Marble has never been out of fashion or vogue ever since this natural stone caught human attention. Its extensive use can be witnessed not only in the past and bygone era when the fine craftsmanship done by bare human hands redefined beauty and took it to another dimension but also in the modern world.   […]

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Why Should We Install Indian Sandstone Tiles?

Posted on Jun 1, 2018

Natural stone tiles have been used for the roofing as well as flooring purposes both at residential and commercial properties. Their usage is for interior as well as exterior. The reason for their popularity and preference is that they are natural, eco friendly, durable, aesthetically more appealing, blend in with any background and can be […]

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How Do Slate Stone Tiles Create Magic On Your Walls?

Posted on May 4, 2018

Slate is the finest grained, foliated, homogeneous metamorphic rock obtained from a sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash through metamorphism. Many slates display a property called fissility, forming smooth flat sheets of stone which have been used for roofing, floor tiles and other purposes. It is frequently grey in colour though at some […]

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Your Guide To Choosing a Natural Stone Floor

Posted on Apr 4, 2018

When it comes to selecting a flooring material, nothing beats the luxuriousness or elegance of natural stone. This highly prized product is sourced from mountain quarries where it forms from various mineral substances over a period of thousands of years.   Some of the most popular types of natural stone floors include marble, travertine, slate, […]

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Why Is Quartzite Flooring The Most Preferred One?

Posted on Mar 7, 2018

Quartzite is a hard, non-foliated rock which was originally pure quartz sandstone and converted into quartzite through heating and pressure due to tectonic compression. Pure quartzite is white to grey , though at times can be found in pink, red yellow, green blue and orange due to the presence of iron and other minerals. Indian […]

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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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Posted on Dec 7, 2017

When you’re shopping for natural stone, you will notice the vast amount of variety out there. This can be both a blessing and overwhelming experience, as you might not be able to determine which stone to choose for your home.   When visiting your stone supplier, ask him or her the questions listed below. The […]

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Posted on Nov 2, 2017

Natural slate is a fine-grained, metamorphic rock that is composed of volcanic ash and clay. It has a characteristic grey colour but it can also be found in cyan, purple and green.   Slate is the material of choice for tiling roofs. Due to its ability to withstand natural environmental damage such as rain and […]

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