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Considering Quartzite?
Quartz Vs. Granite: Which Countertop Material Is Better?
Because of its hardness and angular shape, crushed quartzite is often used as railway ballast. Quartzite is a decorative stone and may be used to cover walls, as roofing tiles, as flooring, and stair steps. Its use for countertops in kitchens is expanding rapidly. It is harder and more resistant to stains than granite.
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Caeserstone
Standard of Excellence 
Caesarstone has consistently been at the forefront of innovation in our industry. Whether it’s developing new technologies and production processes that allow us to create breakthrough designs, or working with the world’s leading designers to generate new concepts, Caesarstone has a passion for innovation that is unmatched in our field.
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Considering Marble?
Choosing & Maintaining
When it comes to selecting kitchen countertops, classic white marble remains the top choice for many homeowners. It’s no surprise that marble countertops are so popular—the material has been attracting fans for millennia.
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Considering Granite?
So many options to choose from!
Granite has a rich beauty that few other countertop materials can match. It is a natural product with a timeless aura and appeal. Granite countertops take a high-quality kitchen to the next level visually and often become the centerpiece of the room. With more than 20 shades of granite to work with, you’ll find one that blends perfectly with your kitchen cabinets, flooring and walls.
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Granite Slab Yard
We're the premier granite yard in Tulsa
Since countertops are one of the first things you see when you enter a kitchen, they naturally serve as a focal point. And the good news is that choice of color, shape and material are virtually unlimited, enabling you and your designer not only to make countertops the functional workhorse of your new kitchen but the ultimate expression of your design and personality.
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Are you considering Taj Mahal?
Elegance That Has To Be Seen
There is some confusion about the differences between granite and quartzite, and in particular, Taj Mahal quartzite is often called granite, even though these are two separate species of stone. For all practical purposes, granite and quartzite are very similar — both are durable, and both come in a variety of colors and patterns, suitable for kitchen and bathroom countertops.
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Have you looked at Matarazzo?
Matarazzo Quartzite is a white quartzite, which may also be referred to as Matarazzo Bianco, Matarazzo Dolomite, or Matarazzo Marmol. This stone is quarried in Brazil and is popular for both interior and exterior applications. A white backdrop with bold grey and gold viening throughout this quartzite is reminiscent of Calacatta marble in appearance.
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Curious About Alpinus?
So many options to choose from!
Alpinus is a kind of white granite quarried in Brazil. This stone is especially good for Countertops, mosaic, exterior - interior wall and floor applications, fountains, pool and wall cappi and other design projects. It also called Alpinus White Granite,Branco Alpinus Granite, Alpin White Granite, Alpen White Granite . Alpinus Granite can be processed into Polished, Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Tumbled and so on.
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Have you seen Magma Gold?
A Premier Exotic Granite
Magma Gold Granite is a bold stone with sweeping waves of intense gold and rust colors on a black background. Its commanding visual presence compliments and enhances a variety of design styles.
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Looking for Soapstone?
What is it!
Soapstone is a natural stone like granite, so no two slabs are ever the same. It is composed of mineral talc, which makes it quite soft, but the balance of quartz included the composition of soapstone countertops will increase its strength. ... Soapstone will not stain and is also heat resistant.
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Considering Mont Blanc?
Inspired by White Mountains
Mont Blanc’s motif, sometimes linear and other times swirling, brings energy and sophistication to a room with its white coloration enhanced by a rich veining of greys and blues. Its crystalline appearance adds a hint of luxury to this already extraordinary stone.
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It's all about Patagonia
Extraordinary Combination of Colors
This granite has large crystals of feldspar, quartz and biotite. Due to the unique structure of these crystals which can cause voids, during the polishing process an epoxy resin is applied to the surface of the stone to fill in any natural pits. During the polishing process, an epoxy resin is applied to the surface of the stone to fill in any natural pits, cracks or fissures that may exist.
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Is Blue Bahia Trendy?
Blue Is In!
Blue Bahia granite from Brazil features various shades of light blues and medium blues with slight variations and grains of gray and white. This granite is good for backsplashes, countertops and flooring in both commercial and residential properties.
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Is Allure your choice?
You can't go wrong here!
Allure Quartzite countertops feature soft grays with tonal flecks and subtle veins. The natural character of these slabs blend well with a variety of design styles from traditional to modern. 2 CM and 3 CM slabs are available and suitable for a variety of design projects including countertops, flooring, walls, and backsplashes, both indoors and out.
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Super White
Significant Visual Appeal
It has grown in popularity over the last few years because it resembles marble and will work great as a kitchen countertop, bathroom vanity top, backsplash, bar countertop or fireplace surround. No matter how you choose to install it, Super White quartzite will bring significant visual appeal to your space.
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Craving Blue Macaubas?
Elegance and Sophistication
Blue Macaubas is a highly sought after exotic and exclusive quartzite. Its striking intense blue colors on a white grey background accented with white brings an air of elegance and sophistication to any project. Please visit our showroom or call our sales department for pricing and availability.
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Considering Fusion?
The Wow Factor
Fusion granite is a dramatic multicolor granite with deep bluish grays, creams, and rust colors. This durable granite is available in slabs and is recommended for residential and commercial properties for indoor and outdoor projects including landscaping, flooring, countertops and backsplashes.
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Explosion Blue
Vibrant Color
Explosion Blue has naturally vibrant blue in various shades, and it would be beautiful for kitchen countertops kitchen islands, bathroom counters and many other indoor applications.
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Looking for Alexandrita?
A Stunning Stone
Alexandrita Quartzite is a stunning light green and ivory stone with subtle tones of darker green and peach. These polished slabs of quartzite are recommended for interior uses in both residential and commercial properties including floors, countertops, backsplashes and other wall applications.
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Tempest Blue
The Perfect Solution
Tempest Blue Granite is a kind of blue granite quarried in Brazil. This stone is especially good for Countertops, monuments, mosaic, exterior - interior wall and floor applications, fountains, pool and wall capping, stairs, window sills and other design projects.
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