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Granite, for stone kitchen worktops, stone floors and other uses, is a heavy material. However, thanks to technological advances in recent decades and affordable transport, it’s now possible to have a granite worktop from almost anywhere in the world. In fact, with a bit of effort you could select granites for your home from 6 different continents from granite suppliers! A natural stone formed from molten rock cooled under pressure, granite is incredibly hard. The exact conditions under which it forms affect the type, colour and patterning of the stone. […]

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