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Glossary of Stone Tiles

Considering buying stone tiles? The following is a selection of the most commonly... more »


Travertine Tiles

Travertine has been used as a building stone since ancient times. The word... more »


Limestone Tiles

Limestone is used for flooring, wall cladding, vanity tops, furniture and ornate... more »


Marble Tiles

Marble is ageless and always remains contemporary. It has been used for thousands... more »


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Silver Travertine Tumbled French Pattern sets

Silver Travertine  Tumbled French Pattern sets

Also available in brushed.& honed/filled

LOOSE STONE WALLING

LOOSE STONE WALLING

INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL

TRAVERTINE PREMIUM TUMBLED 600X600X15

TRAVERTINE PREMIUM TUMBLED 600X600X15

QUALITY TILES/LOW PRICE!

TRAVERTINE FRENCH PATTERN CHIZELLED/BRUSHED

TRAVERTINE  FRENCH PATTERN CHIZELLED/BRUSHED

$49.00 M2

SPECIAL ! WHILE STOCKS LAST

WALNUT TUMBLED PREMIUM TILES & PAVERS

WALNUT TUMBLED PREMIUM TILES & PAVERS

IDEAL FOR POOLCOPING AND SURROUNDS!

TRAVERTINE-GRANITE-LIMESTONE-SANDSTONE-MARBLE

TRAVERTINE-GRANITE-LIMESTONE-SANDSTONE-MARBLE

WE HAMMER THE PRICE ! NOT THE QUALITY.

FRENCH PATTERN PAVERS

FRENCH PATTERN PAVERS

MATCHING POOL COPING

Marble Tiles

Marble is ageless and always remains contemporary. It has been used for thousands of years for its beauty, strength and resistance to fire and erosion.

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Marble is formed from Limestone, by additional heat and the earths crust forces. This process is called re-crystallization. The variety, textures and makeup of the marble is the result of the differences in the original carbonate minerals, the impurities, and the heat forces during this process.

Marble that comes from the purest calcite is usually white. Marble containing limestone is yellow or cream, if it contains serpentine then its green, if it contains hematite it is red.

The ancient Persians, Romans and Greeks used marble in many buildings and statues. To date, even with the advancements in technology, no one has been able imitate the natural beauty of marble while maintaining characteristics of the real thing.

Marble is available in the following finishes:

Most Common Uses:

Interior and exterior wall cladding, interior and exterior flooring and paving, fireplaces, vanity tops, counter tops, table tops, staircases.

View our current range of Marble Tiles.