MARBLE

Marble is metamorphic rock, created when heat and great pressure are applied to limestone on weathering. A symbol of elegance, grandeur and luxury - Marble is treasured for its timelessness, texture and glossy finish. The veins found in marble are created by mineral deposits and geologic activity.

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GRANITE

Granite is common type of felsic intrusive igneous rock that is granular and phaneritic in texture. Granite is massive, hard and tough and therefore it has gained widespread use throughout human history as a construction stone. Elegant, without the worry of maintenance - Granite is the ideal stone to use in high traffic areas for both interior and exterior spaces like cladding, flooring, elevation, bathrooms, lobbies, stairs, countertops and swimming pools due to its incredible strength. Our collection of granite includes a rich colour palette with a variety of minerals rich shades and natural veined patterns.

TILES

Vitrified Tiles

Vitrified tile is basically a ceramic tile with very low porosity. The clay is mixed with quartz and feldspar before it is heated in the kiln. These extra ingredients melt, creating a glass element inside the tile. This glass component makes the vitrified files very hard and resistant to any type of absorption. It is an alternative to marble and granite flooring. There are four types of Vitrified tiles - Soluble salt, Double charge, Full Body and Glazed.



  • Soluble salt - vitrified tiles are screen printed and polished
  • Double charge - vitrified tiles are fed through a press that prints the pattern with a double layer of pigment. This process does not permit complex patterns but results in a long-wearing tile surface, suitable for heavy traffic commercial projects. Design layer will not be more than 4mm thickness, which may weaken the strength of the tile.
  • Full body - vitrified tiles have pigment in the entire body of the tile. This makes scratches less noticeable and make this an ideal choice for high traffic zones, but the process significantly increases the cost.
  • Glazed vitrified tiles (GVT) – vitrified tiles have a glazed surface. They offer a wide variety of design, art work and surface textures like wood grains, slate or stone finishes.

Ceramic Tiles

Ceramic tiles are made from natural clay that is mixed with water and moulded. Glaze is applied to the tile to help protect it from water and scratches, then fire the clay in a kiln to harden it.


Bathroom Fittings

  • Wash Basin
  • WC
  • Faucets
  • Bathtubs
  • Showers & Furnitures

Travertine

With rich colour and distinctive texture, travertine has natural pores, patterns and veining. It is a form of limestone deposited by hot springs. The appearance of the stone adds character, it is one of the few natural stones used to pave patios and garden paths and for wall cladding and flooring.

Onyx

Glossy and translucent, onyx is a semi-precious stone imported from Iran, Mexico, Brazil, Tanzania and Turkey. Its colour palette extends from white to nearly every colour of the spectrum. Some cultures consider it as powerful protection stone that absorbs and counters negative energy.

Engineered Slab

Engineered slab is a composite material made of crushed stone bound together by an adhesive. This category includes engineered quartz, polymer concrete and engineered marble stone.

NATURAL STONE

Spice up the floor, wall or other area of your home with limestone or beautiful wall cladding. Offering a wide selection of limestone and cladding, you can add that touch of flare you have been looking for.

GLASS BLOCK

Glass blocks are a special building material made of glass. Shaped and laid similarly to brick or concrete blocks, glass blocks are available in several different sizes and are commonly used as an alternative to traditional windows, especially in basements. Glass blocks are also used to construct shower walls, uniquely shaped windows, and are frequently employed in the architectural design of office buildings.

ARTIFICIAL TURF

Artificial turf is a surface of synthetic fibres made to look like natural grass. It is most often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. However, it is now being used on residential lawns and commercial applications as well. The main reason is maintenance - artificial turf stands up to heavy use, such as in sports, and requires no irrigation or trimming.

ROOF TILES

Ceramic roof tiles also known as clay roof tiles are a perfect option for low slope and pitched roofs. Highly durable, ceramic roof tiles have the lowest life cycle cost and they stand the test of time more than any other roofing material.





ADHESIVE

Tile adhesive is a factory made cementitious dry powder which is mixed with water or special liquid additive to form a paste, providing problem-free, full bedding tile/stone installation.