What’s in a Name

Did you know?

The word “granite” comes from the Latin “granum,” a coarse grain.

Granite forms a major part of the Earth’s continental crust.  It comes in many different colors, due to the composition of minerals within the different stones.

No two slabs are alike, making each counter-top something completely unique.

Granite is an igneous rock formed by the magma of volcanoes.

Granite is one of the hardest substances in the world.  In fact, the only thing that is harder than granite is a diamond.  This is what makes granite so sought after as a counter-top.