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Azul Ciello Marble

Marble offers an upscale and classic appearance. With its rich color tones, mirror-like finish and dramatic veining, marble conveys the ultimate feeling of elegance and formality. Colors range from white and muted browns to reds and greens depending on the mineral impurities present in the stone. It is highly recommended to view an entire slab before deciding to use a specific stone as your countertop; each stone is a product of nature and very unique.

It is important to be aware of marble’s negative aspects before deciding to use it for a countertop. Being more porous and softer than granite, marble will scratch, stain and etch easily. Sealing twice a year will aid in not allowing fluids to absorb as quickly.

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Absolute Black Granite

Granite, like marble, is a widely and common known natural material in interior designers for centurys. Granite is a very beautiful natural stone that adds color and warmth to a room. It's color range from pink to dark gray or even black, the variations of the minerals in each base color creates hundreds more possible variations on the basic colors.

Granite countertops have now become popular with the public.

Granite is the second hardest stone from earth and is created from magna. Granitic magma has many potential origins but it must intrude other rocks and has a medium to coarse texture and crystals. It is found world wide, in countries such as Asia, Africa, Europe, South America and the United States.

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Amarillo Honed Limestone

Limestone is very common material in architecture, especially in North America and Europe. Limestone is frequently used on all types of buildings and sculptures. Limestone is relatively easy to cut into blocks, tiles or more elaborate carving. Many landmarks across the world are made of limestone, including the pyramids in Egypt.

The most common color of limestone is beige, with variations that tend to gray and yellow. The grain is generally fine and because this is a material of sedimentary origin, it is not unusual to find fossil materials in it, particulary little shells. 

Limestone and marble are very reactive to acid solutions, making acid rain a significant problem. Many limestone statues and building surfaces have suffered severe damage due to acid rain. Acid-based cleaning chemicals can also etch limestone, which should only be cleaned with a neutral or mild alkaline-based cleaner.

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Azul Imperiale Quartzite

Quartzite (Quartz) is another natural material used to make bathroom and kitchen countertops. Quartzite is a upscale and beautiful substances that adds good looks to any surface.

Quartzite is a super hard and dense material that can usually deal with high temperatures and pressures without damage. Quartzite is particulary suitable for polishing, the surface of quartzite can be make to extremely smooth, making it highly desirable for countertops and tiles. Quartzite is also far less porous than both granite and marble, meaning less fear of stains permanently damaging the surface.

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Apache Gold Onyx Onyx

Onyx is natural stone that form by quartz, it is used as a gemstone and also translates beautifully into architectural designs. Onyx has a fine texture and variety of colors. Onyx is crystalline rock characterized by translucency and veining in concentric bands. The transparency is especially evident when onyx is cut into thin pieces. Onyx is a perfect material when used in combination with light, it brings up its beauty even more. Onyx colors found in reddish brown, red, blue, green, yellow and white.

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Giallo Toscano Travertine

Travertine is a sedimentary rock. Travertine is formed by dissolved limestone, during hot water dissolve underlying limestone and carry it upward with the geyser. This stone is full of air bubbles as its appearance. Travertine's cavities or voids are filled with stone dust, then polished or honed to give a smooth surface.

Travertine is traditionally used as a building material, the classical image of travertine is with very distinct horizontal veining. Because travertine is composed of calcium carbonates, it is more porous than marble. To keep travertine countertop clean use warm water and a small amount of neutral ph non abrasive soap and rinse with clear water and dry. Never use vinegar or any citrus acid cleaners as they can erode and stain the surface. In addition, travertine will darken in age.

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Champagne Beige Glass Crystallized Glass

Crystallized Glass is the most modern style of green construction materials in the 21st century. This material can be applied in decoration for inside and outside surfacing application such as walls, flooring, round pillars, countertops, desktops, tabletops, island tops, shower surrounds and etc.

Crystallized Glass also call Micro Crystal Glass or Crystal rock. This material is produced by chosen non-metal material, melted in 1500 degree (°C) Celsius, and burn 36 hours in 1100 degree (°C) Celsius. It has better function than normal glass, ceramic, stone and marble. It also has better performance in respects of mechanical strength, anti-wearing, corrosion resistance, electricity isolation and temperature resistance. 

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