The term “Granite” derives from the Latin word “Granum”, that is, grain, because of its granular nature. Granite is a fossil rock, which means that at a time during its development, it melted like a volcanic lava. Unlike lava, however, this melted rock never reached the surface, it remained trapped in the earth, where it slowly cooled and crystallized. The end result is a very uniform, dotted stone that varies in color from the black and gray shades in pink, brown, red, green and white.
The granites are mined all over the world in the form of huge boulders and then cut into slabs. Due to its hardness, granite is widely used for building decoration and mainly for interior and exterior facade lining, also in the decoration of fireplaces, kitchen benches on floors, monuments and wherever we need a high strength surface.
By choosing granite to decorate the surfaces of your home you choose a material that after proper use remains indestructible over time. Granite will retain its natural beauty after 50 years. Finally, since each piece of granite has a different color, your surface will be unique and beautifull.