Granite stone is an igneous rock, formed from slow cooling magma, trapping minerals within it’s structure.
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Granite is an igneous rock, formed from slow cooling magma, trapping minerals within its structure, allowing distinctive crystal patterns to form.
Most granite consists of three minerals which can be easily distinguished:
- Quartz – a clear or greyish ‘glassy’ mineral.
- Mica – a soft black mineral which splits into thin flakes.
- Feldspar – a mineral which occurs in a range of colours.
From off whites and silvers to black, reds, blues and greens, the choice of colour in granite is endless.
Why Use Granite?
Granite is quarried and cut into lengths for use in commercial projects, typically into blocks or slabs. Due to its composition Granite can be shaped without creating any additional flaws in the stone and can be cut into varying thicknesses.
Granite is frequently chosen for commercial landscape projects due to its extreme durability, lasting quality and elegance. No other stone possesses Granites characteristics:
- Strong resistance to abrasion
- High load bearing capacity
- Resistant to weathering
- Can be polished to a brilliant mirror finish
Available in a variety of sizes and finishes such as flamed, fine picked, honed, polished, chiselled, sawn and rough punched, a single piece of granite can be transformed to suit individual requirements and design needs.
PLEASE SPEAK TO ONE OF OUR SPECIALIST TEAM MEMBERS ABOUT HOW OR WHY YOU SHOULD INCORPORATE GRANITE INTO YOUR DESIGN.
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