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3 Reasons Why you should go for Quartz & Limestone Worktops

Wed, 26 Aug, 2015

Quartz, the second most abundantly found mineral on the earth was traditionally used for jewellery and stone carving but has lately become one of the most ideal material for kitchen worktops, vanity tops, etc. Similarly, there has been a rise in the use of limestone for such purposes since it is a soft stone and […]

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How to Choose Compac Quartz and the Limestone Worktops in London?

Tue, 28 Jul, 2015

Every house says something. Architectural and the designing nuances in proximity with the colours and the external factors like sunlight and the greens in the surroundings together makes a complete package for your house. You cannot take any element out there – be it table tops, wall and floor coverings to name a few without […]

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Advantages of Using Limestone Tiles for Flooring

Mon, 1 Jun, 2015

Limestone flooring for use in kitchens is perfect for those who are remodelling their house, like the idea of having natural stone within the house but are unable to determine precisely what type of stone would they like to use for the floors. Limestone flooring tiles are a great choice for many reasons, as mentioned […]

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World Cup 2014 semi finals

Sun, 6 Jul, 2014

World Cup 2014 semi finals   As you are probably aware, July is the month of the Fifa 2014 World Cup semi finals. The group stages of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil had record numbers of viewers across the world which is increasing for the World Cup 2014 semi finals. If this wasn’t enough, […]

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Material of the week: Limestone

Sat, 12 Oct, 2013

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely by calcite at the bottom of the sea from marine organisms which were gradually eroded by water during a period of thousands to millions of years. There are many different types and colors depending on which era these were formed: Jurassic limestone is usually yellowish and soft. Carboniferous […]

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