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Natural stone Slabs can be used for so many different projects across a broad range of furnishing applications such as kitchen worktops, flooring, raised flooring, internal and external cladding, vanity tops, bathroom furnishings for small or large, public or private projects for houses and large commercial areas. Creativity and imagination of the designer are the only limitations to the many aesthetic possibilities, colours and uses of natural stone slabs which satisfy modern architectural requirements, surpassing the technical and aesthetic features of natural stone and many other “non stone” materials. 

 

  • Slate slabs are thick, broad pieces of slate stone. The most common colors used are black, green, brown, green and blue. They are mostly used in kitchen and as gravestones and snooker tables.

  • Limestone Slabs are hard, impervious, and compact and have low water absorption. The common colors of limestone slabs are blue, green, brown, desert yellow and black. Used widely for countertops, flooring, interior and exterior wall cladding and exterior paving.

  • Granite slabs possess hardness, excellent and lasting polish, durability and resistance to stain, scratch and heat. They are widely used for flooring, vanities, wall cladding, kitchen counters, fireplaces, shower and tub surrounds.

  • Marble slabs are used for wall cladding and as building stones they occupy a unique position. Owing to their pleasing colors, aesthetic appeal, excellent polish and durability, marble slabs are widely used as counter tops, table tops, kitchen tops and vanities.  These are also used for urban design such as for constructing paves, steps, security barriers and railings, park benches, and picnic tables. 

  • Sandstone slabs are available in various shapes and sizes. They are widely used in the arena of architecture. They are extremely popular for exterior applications such as in cladding and garden pathways.