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Granite

Granite

Granite is a commonly used structural and decorative stone, popular for strength and longevity due to its rigidity and density. Granite is an ideal solution for interior floors of kitchens and bathrooms, as well as exterior decks and walkway
Granite is an igneous rock formed by the crystallization of molten magma deep in the earth. Uplift and erosion over millions of years has exposed granite at or near the surface of the earth where it is quarried in large blocks. Granites have a crystalline form with grains ranging from very small to several inches. Larger crystals indicate a slower cooling process while smaller crystals form during rapid cooling. The composition of granite is primarily quartz, feldspars, micas, and other secondary materials. The distribution of these other minerals is what gives granite its many colors. Granites are generally very hard ranging from six and above on the Mohs scale (talc = 1; diamond = 10). While granites are very hard, their porosity is extremely varied. It is a good idea to test your granite by applying water and seeing if it is absorbed or merely beads up on the surface. A penetrating sealer or impregnator may be necessary to seal and protect your granite. All granites will achieve and maintain a highly polished, mirror finish. In addition, granite finishes can be flamed, shot blasted or bush hammered, water jetted, or honed.