It is a new week, which means that we have a new natural stone to explore. This week we will be covering Travertine. We will explore what it is, its advantages, and where Travertine is best used.
The properties of soapstone can vary from quarry to quarry and can have different levels of hardness that just depend on how much talc is present within the soapstone. Soapstone’s mineral composition usually gives it a gray, blue, green, or brown color. Its name comes from its soapy feel and softness.
This week on our blog, we will continue on the different surface materials that you can use in your contracting and design projects. So far, we’ve covered Quartz, Granite, and Marble and what they are along with their advantages and qualities are; and this week, we will continue by covering Onyx.
This week, we will continue our series on the different surface materials that you can use in your contracting projects. So far, we’ve covered Quartz and Granite and what they are along with their advantages; and this week, we will continue by covering Marble, both man-made and natural.
Over the next several weeks, we are going to be covering the different surface materials to use in your contracting projects. So the question remains, which surfacing material is right to recommend to your clients? To help you out in discovering the answer to this plaguing question, we have been exploring different surfacing materials each week explaining what they are and their advantages and disadvantages. So far, we’ve covered Quartz; and this week, we will continue by covering Granite. We will again explain what Granite is and its advantages. We hope that in doing so we help you get that much closer to discovering the surfacing material that is right for your project.