In this article we examine the two basic types of stone that are used in the fabrication industry and talk a bit about the properties of each and mention specific materials that fall into each category.
Here we take a look at three general categories of surfaces used in design and architecture and highlight some traits with some basic points that make each of them a desirable choice for project owners.
A variety of products fit into the ceramics category including porcelain countertops, porcelain cladding, ceramic and porcelain flooring, and ceramic and porcelain tiles that are used for various surfaces.
Concrete is used for so many hard surfaces because it is very durable and can be formed and shaped to be used for just about what ever is needed. This area is dedicated to information about concrete surfaces.
Professionals recognize that granite countertops are a feature that not a few home buyers require of a property they intend to buy. This section is dedicated to information that relates to granite surfaces.
Articles that deal with various aspects of working with, owning and caring for surfaces and projects that are made from natural onyx (or banded calcite) stone surface materials in homes and businesses.
Find out about quartz engineered surfaces and why they are chosen regularly by homeowners for use in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas where durable surfaces are desired for high activity places in the home.
This type of material is one that is used for a variety of hard surfaces including kitchen countertops. Natural quartzite stone is often selected for some of its outstanding qualities that many find appealing.
This material is one that is used for a variety of hard surfaces including kitchen countertops. Natural sandstone is available in a range of colors with stone slabs offering a variety of densities and hardnesses.
Although it is often mistaken, referred to, and even sold as other materials, natural serpentine has specific traits, qualities and benefits. Here you will find information and articles about this material.
This type of material is one that is used for a variety of purposes. Porcelain and Ultracompact Surfaces are both produced using a sintering process. They are popular among many architects and designers.