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Stairs

Demolishing


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Building


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Flooring

Marble
Raw Material
Marble is a type of rock composed of recrystallized material most commonly limestone. The white marble comes from the most pure form of limestone. Colors and veins in the marble arise when other materials are present in the earth crust along with limestone. Marble gives soft look and provides elegance to the modern era structures.
Implementation Raw Material
To implement marble flooring in any area, you would need marble stone, Coarse Sand, Ordinary Cement ,White Cement, Pigment and Polishing Material. Marble stone is laid on the base coat with 20 mm thick cement mortar 1:3 and joint should be filled with cement mixed with pigment. After curing it should be polished.
Style/Finishing : Marble flooring is considered very stylish and  3 type of finishes can be given to marble:
Polished Finish, Hone Finish, Sand or abrasive finish.
Maintenance: Marble are easy to maintain and can be re-polished if you need to bring the shine back, is a porous material so if strong stain material is spilled on marble, it is recommended to wipe it quickly so that the marble does not absorb the stain For general maintenance you just need to wipe off the marble to remove the stains. Polishing can be done after a few years to bring back the shine.
Advantages :Marble flooring is known for its superior, royal and decorative appearance. It is considered a style symbol, is durable, with matte finishes makes high quality kitchen counter tops exceptionally. Marble is also known for its’ versatility in the art a from sculptures to monuments and from wall tiles to floor tiles. Cool surface of marble tiles can be quite pleasant and comfortable underfoot during the summers. Marble flooring is very easy to maintain and requires occasional sweeping and polishing.
Uses: It is used in flooring in interior and exterior of buildings except pathway And corridors etc. It is also used on walls decoration.
Size Availability: Marble stone come from rocks which are not uniform and have a size 10 to15 feet in length and 5 to 8 feet in width. The stone slabs are then cut and sold in the market.
Thickness: Marble stone is available in 10 to 20 mm in thickness. The price of the marble varies if the thickness changes so make sure you understand the thickness of the marble being sold to you. The thicker the marble, the better it is from strength stand point.
Strength: Marble is hard, sound and dense stone.

 

Granite
Raw Material: Granite is a hard and tough stone that comes from ingenious rocks and is more dense and have more compressive strength when compared to marble stones.
Implementation Raw Material: To implement granite flooring in any area, you would need granite stone, Coarse Sand, Ordinary Cement ,White Cement, Pigment and Polishing Material. Granite stone is laid on the base coat with 20 mm thick cement mortar 1:3 and joint should be filled with cement mixed with pigment. After curing it should be polished.
Style/Finishing: Granite Stone is also considered very stylish. Its homogeneous look and crystalline finish makes it very attractive to designers. Polishing can be done easily on granite and wax polish is not necessary. Polishing can achieve a fine sheen on the granite.
Maintenance: Granite stone is very easy to maintain and can be re-polished if you need to bring the shine back, is not porous so it does not absorb stains in normal home or commercial usages. For general maintenance you just need to wipe off the marble to remove the stains. Polishing can be done after a few years to bring back the shine.
Advantages: Granite flooring is considered rich and gives a rugged feeling, is durable and hard and has homogeneous flooring, Scratch and stain resistant, Available in variety of colors, Easy to clean, Suitable for heavy traffic area, It is durable than all other types of flooring.
Uses: It is used in flooring in interior and exterior of buildings including pathway, stairs, counters And corridors etc. It is also used on walls decoration.
Size Availability: Granite stone come from rocks which are not uniform and have a size 10 to15 feet in length and 5 to 8 feet in width. The stone slabs are then cut and sold in the market.
Thickness: Granite stone is available in 10 to 25 mm in thickness. The price of the granite varies if the thickness changes so make sure you understand the thickness of the granite being sold to you. The thicker the granite stone, the better it is from strength stand point.
Strength: Granite stone is hard, tough and durable. It is more durable than marble.

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Bathrooms

The top surface material

Choosing the perfect material for one’s bathroom countertops can be a bit of a brain teaser, thanks to the abundant — and quite attractive — options available at nearly every price level. But because bathroom surfaces typically don’t face the same abuse as those in the kitchen (think hot frying pans, sharp carving knives and spilled Bordeaux), the decisions most buyers wrestle with are usually more about style and cost than Herculean strength. Fortunately, the top bathroom countertop materials on the market combine beauty and brawn in equal measure.

Granite

Granite remains the premier choice among the varieties of natural stone, due to its dramatic beauty and seemingly endless variety of colors and patterns.

Pros:

  • A profusion of options: With patterns from subtle to bold and a rainbow of hues, you’re sure to find a slab that speaks your language.
  • Granite is hard and scratch resistant, and requires minimal upkeep when properly sealed.
  • It’s impervious to humidity or damage from a hot curling iron.
  • It lasts just about forever.
  • Because granite is so desirable, it’s likely to add resale value to your home.

Cons

  • Granite is still one of the most expensive countertop choices.
  • Because there’s a real chance of damaging the slab if it isn’t handled properly, it’s best to hire a professional to do the job.
  • Though granite is recyclable, its transport and mining require extensive energy resources.

Marble

For centuries marble’s cool elegance has been synonymous with wealth and privilege. But thanks to improvements in its production, this rare beauty has become a bit more affordable. A hard, crystalline form of limestone, marble is often white with streaks of grays, although there are many color variations.

Pros:

  • Long lasting and strong enough to resist most chips or dents.
  • Can be polished for a high shine or honed for a casual, matte finish.
  • Adaptable to nearly every style.
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Fireplaces

Choose the best and most resistant material for you


The fireplace has been the most prominent architectural element in the home for centuries. It can be designed in just about any configuration using a world of materials. From the height of the firebox opening, to the shape of the hearth, to incorporating mantels and lighting, the most distinctive detail remains what we choose to cover it with.

Marble fireplace surrounds typically have a polished, glossy finish, and can be made from either natural marble or micro-grain marble. Natural marble fireplace surrounds are characterized by naturally occurring variations such as colour, veining and fossils. These variations are considered to be features, making each natural marble fireplace surround unique. Micro-grain marble fireplace surrounds, also known as micro marble or micro grain marble, are a cheaper alternative. They are made from aesthetically unappealing solid marble, but the surface is then coated with a resin containing crushed marble to give a more consistent coloring. Veined natural marbles are more in keeping with a traditional interior than micro-grain marbles. While natural marble fireplace surrounds are suitable for any type of fire, micro-grain marble fireplace surrounds shouldn’t be used with real fires as the resin coating may be affected by the intense heat. Micro-grain marble fireplace surrounds are usually sold as part of a complete fireplace package, but may be available separately on request.

Granite is the strongest, most durable of stones so it is definitely an option to think about.

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Outdoor Kitchen

Best Outdoor Kitchen Countertop


Outdoor kitchens are a wonderful bonus to any home. Whether you like to entertain large groups of people or just enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, an outdoor kitchen not only extends your family’s living space, but it also adds value to your home. Cooking is both easier and healthier in an outdoor kitchen as well.

The Countertops are the primary place for food preparation and serving, but they also provide an extra level of protection for the cabinets and appliances below. That’s why protective and weatherproof outdoor materials are so important. Countertops in your outdoor kitchen maximize workspace and beauty in a variety of materials and colors.

Granite may be the best option for an outdoor kitchen countertop. It’s UV and scratch resistant and is nearly nonporous, so it’s very water resistant. Marble can work perfectly as well, if you get it honed and don’t worry about etching and staining too much. Marble is extremely durable and will age beautifully outdoors, especially for those who like the rustic look and also a easy clean-up, essential for years of use.

Maintaining Your Outdoor Granite Countertops

Your new granite countertops will look fabulous but how should you keep them looking that way? Talk to our professionals to see if the countertops require a seal. Sunshine and rain will naturally wash away stains from food, but if the surface is absorbent then you can apply some kind of sealer to prevent spills from things like wine or mustard from leaving behind a long-term mark.

Otherwise for general cleaning, you should be able to hose off your granite countertops and then use a non-abrasive detergent to remove surface dust and dirt that builds up from pollen, food spills, and other bits of general outdoor grime. A good way to slow down the buildup of gunk on your counters is to leave them covered when not in use if your outdoor kitchen is not covered by any kind of a roof or awning.

Sun, rain, hail, and snow will take a toll on your countertops. Just like natural stone that wears down over time from exposure to the elements, granite countertops in an outdoor kitchen will wear down over time, too. Keeping them covered and having them re-surfaced on an as-necessary basis will go a long way toward extending their longevity though.

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Kitchens

Reasons to Consider Granite and Marble Countertops

Granite has a rich beauty that few other countertop materials can match. It is a natural product with a timeless aura and appeal. Granite countertops take a high-quality kitchen to the next level visually and often become the centerpiece of the room. With more than 20 shades of granite to work with, you’ll find one that blends perfectly with your kitchen cabinets, flooring and walls.

Granite is a very hard substance and is not susceptible to scratches. Granite resists heat too, so its use near a range or cooktop is ideal. When you have to set down a hot pan fast, granite can take the heat without being damaged or weakened.

Granite can be very resistant to stains and won’t absorb liquids when it is properly sealed. Our professional installer will be able to seal it correctly so that it maintains its attractive good looks indefinitely.

Now talking about Marble you can have more design capabilities. If you have a counter that requires more than the usual fabrication efforts, you may want to turn to marble. Not every countertop has a strict rectangular shape. It is softer to work with than many other common stone slabs that are used for a counter. As a result, the overall workability of it is much better. It should also be considered if you’re looking for fancy edges or other extra fabrication perks.

When compared to granite, for example, marble is a dream to work with. With granite, it’s very difficult to cut the stone without chipping it and causing damage.

Classic beauty – This is by far its best feature and the reason why many people will not settle for anything less. If you’re looking for a white countertop, it will be hard if not impossible to find one that is as bright in quartz, soapstone or granite.

Naturally cool – If you do a lot of baking, you’ll absolutely love working with marble countertops! It stays cool naturally and is not a big heat conductor.

Heat resistant – It’s one of the best work services you can find for a kitchen. It is heat resistant but like quartz and granite, you should never place a pot that comes directly from the stove on it.

Durable – Although it is a soft stone, it is quite durable. It’s a porous material though so if you’re looking for something that is dense and can take a lot of bumps and bruises, you may want to consider quartz as an alternative.

Easy to find – Sometimes it can be difficult to track down the right granite or quartz slab that would be perfect for your kitchen. Marble, on the other hand, is widely available and can be found quite easily in most stone yards or fabricators. This means less wait time for you, in most cases, to get the right stone delivered and put in its rightful place on your kitchen counter.