Granite

Granite, from igneous rock, is a very hard, crystalline, and primarily composed of feldspar, quartz accompanied by one or more dark minerals. It is visibly homogeneous in texture.

The term "Granite" means "grain" in Latin word "Granum" because of its granular nature.

Granite is the hardest building stone, granite slabs and tiles occupy a prominent place among dimensional stones. Due to its hardness, resistance to weathering, capability to take mirror polish, fascinating colors and textural patterns, granite slabs and tiles are extremely popular. The principal characteristics of granite also include high load bearing capacity, crushing strength, abrasive strength, amenability to cutting and shaping without secondary flaws, ability to yield thin and large slabs and - above all – durability, will not fade and easy cleaning & maintenance.

Due to highly dense grain, it is impervious to stain. Polished granite slabs and tiles have achieved a special status as building stones globally. Granite is also used for wall cladding, roofing, flooring, and a variety of other interior and exterior decorative applications, elegant trimmings and luxury floorings.

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