A few words about us

Natural Stone is not manufactured; it is a product of nature. Blocks are removed from the quarry, slabs are cut from these blocks, and the slabs are further fabricated into the final stone to be installed. Each block is different; each slab is different. Skillful blending or matching of the dimension stone blocks, veneer panels, tops, etc., results in a beautiful blending of nature's variety and man's design.

In contrast to the uniformity of materials produced by machine or assembly line, stone's naturally varied appearance has a wonderful character. "Uniformity of material," when applied to natural stone, is a term of relative value that needs to be understood when making a selection.

Richard Cox

Richard is responsible for the daily operation of the company and routinely reports to the highest ranking executive.

Julia Berzkalna

Julia is the entrepreneur who started this business and keeps its pace.

Michael Freeman

Michael is a business professional responsible for a diverse set of administrative tasks.

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What is Granite?

Granite is the most popular stone type used in countertop applications today. Granites are some of the hardest of the common countertop stones, offering high levels of resistance to abrasion and scratching. Granites are made up of several different minerals, each mineral having a different hardness. Granites contain quartz, feldspars, biotite, amphibole, ferrous titanium oxides, and other mineral combinations. Limestone is a sedimentary stone with at least 50% calcite or calcium carbonate content. Almost all limestone is composed of grains or fragments of biologic origin, ranging from fossils to dinosaur bones. Most limestone is marine in origin, composed of micro-sized fossils of marine organisms like the shells found on most beaches. It is very common to find pieces of shells in limestone tiles.