Welcome to our Gallery of Stone. If you have any questions about any of our materials, please do not hesitate to contact us at 706-213-1255. If you are unsure of the color or structure of the granite slab or any of the other materials, we will be glad to send you additional photos. We can send actual samples to the geographical areas that we serve; this area includes Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee.
Our normal delivery schedules do not include other areas in the United States, so if you find material on our site; please discuss this with your granite countertop fabricator. Samples can be sent to areas other than GA, SC, NC and TN, but shipping charges will apply.
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**We update our pictures on a regular basis. However, there are materials that become unavailable before our next update. Please call to check availability on the material that you choose.**
Marble has been valued for thousands of years for it’s rich palette of colors. Marble is however more porous than granite. For this reason, we highly recommend that you NOT put marble in the kitchen. Marble stones consist of limestone that has undergone heat and pressure. A transformation process takes place when the weight of overlying material, pressure from crystal collisions and heat from the earth's core generate temperatures in excess of 1800ºF. Texture of marble depends on the form, size and uniformity of grains. The element components of marble determine the color of the stone. Generally calcite and dolomite marbles are of pure white color. Variations of whiteness of pure marbles are due to the mixture of foreign substances. Such impurities form streaks and clouds.
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