Natural stone lasts a lifetime

15.03.2019

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Two surface treatment options are available for natural stone: polishing or diamond-brushing. Both combine the best features of natural stone, such as low maintenance, good durability, and hygiene. Natural stone is also an environmentally friendly option – quarrying and stonemasonry take place entirely mechanically and no chemicals are used.

Diamond-brushed surface

A diamond-brushed surface is a great option for a lively surface. The extremely beautiful, matte, slightly uneven surface has the same properties as a polished natural stone surface.

Polished surface

A polished surface is bright and smooth. Its popularity is increasing due to its low maintenance and stylish appearance. More and more developers and renovators are choosing natural stone due to its excellent properties.


The Countertop Guide is an introduction to the world of countertops and stone construction. Be inspired by our work, learn more about different types of stone and their features, and keep up to date with the latest news from the industry.

Light-coloured quartz

Light-coloured quartz

Quartz is a countertop material formed through compression, and a benefit of quartz is that it comes in a wide range of colours, especially light shades. Quartz options are available for traditional and modern kitchens and other spaces.
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Ceramic’s durability

Ceramic’s durability

As a material, ceramic differs from natural stone and quartz. Its non-scratch properties, heat and impact resistance, and low maintenance make ceramic an excellent choice of material for kitchen countertops.
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Maintenance instructions

Maintenance instructions

Stone is a hard, durable and low-maintenance countertop material and proper care will only increase its lifespan.
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Measuring and installation

Measuring and installation

Stone countertops should be measured and installed with care. We offer a countertop measurement and installation service along with our countertops, and it is available in most municipalities. You can also measure and install the countertop yourself; please read the instructions in the Countertop Guide.
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