Process

POLISHED

Polished stone enhances the colour and markings of the material and leaves the stone with a smooth and reflective surface. Polished stone is ideal for floors, kitchens, fireplaces, backsplash, bathrooms and entryways.


BRUSHED

It is a term for finish which is obtained by brushing the stone with a coarse rotary-type wire brush. Brushed stone has a slightly dimpled satin surface and gives a smooth high quality finish. A brushed stone is ideal for floors, kitchens, fireplaces, backsplash, bathrooms and entryways.


TUMBLED

Rolled, eased and battered in the "tumbling" process, edges are rounded giving the surface an antique look. Tumbled stones are ideal for floors, kitchens, fireplaces, backsplash, bathrooms and entryways.


HONED

It is a term for the super fine smooth finish, but not as fine as a polished finish. It is a multi versatile finish that is perfect for floors, kitchens, fireplaces, backsplash, bathrooms and entryways.


CHIPPED EDGE

Stone with a chipped edge is perfect for an antique or traditional look. It gives the stone a time-worn quality and as the name suggests has small chips running around the edge of the stone.


BEVELLED EDGE

Bevelled edge stone has an angular and uniform chamfer all around the edge. This gives the stone a more defined look and is perfect for flooring.


RIVEN SLATE

Riven slate is produced with an uneven non-uniform surface, when the slate is parted.


GAUGED SLATE

Calibrated Slate is cut to a standard depth and has one side that is riven and the other side with grooves making it easier to be applied on base.


UN-GAUGED SLATE

Un-Calibrated slate is riven on both sides and can vary in depth making it harder to install.


NATURAL CLEFT

It is a term for stones which are formed in layers in the ground. When these stones are cleaved or separated along a natural seam the remaining surface is referred to as a natural cleft surface.


SAND BLAST

It is a matt-texture surface finish without gloss and accomplished by exposing the surface to a steady flow of sand under pressure.


LEATHER FINISH GRANITE

Leather Finish Granite is also known as Satin Finish Granite. The granite surface is treated with wire rotary brushes making a smooth, slightly undulating, soft, suede-like finish. It is a low-maintenance finish however to control surface staining it should be treated with a good-quality stone sealer.


VENEER STONE

It is a term for a non-load bearing facing of stone attached to a backing for the purpose of ornamentation, protection or insulation. Veneer supports no vertical load other than its own weight and possibly the vertical dead load of veneer above.


SQUARING

It is a process every single rough block of granite has to go through before proceeding to the gang-saw machine. The squaring machine is a single wire cutting machine imported from Italy.


PRIMARY CUTTING

Cutting of Granite is carried out with the help of a series of gang-saw machines imported from Italy. The machine slices each of the squared blocks into granite slabs of standard thickness (2 cms and 3 cms), accepted internationally.


POLISHING LINES

It is unmask the slabs of granite, revealing their true beauty. Going through the 16 head polishing lines leaves the slabs of granite shining and shimmering.