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A natural stone, limestone is cut from the ground in large chunks or slabs. At Surrey Marble and Granite we work with limestone from all over the world. It arrives at our factory in large slabs which we then cut, shape, finish and polish to make beautiful limestone worktops, tiles, stairs and other objects for our customers. Each of our pieces is made to measure, so wherever your limestone has come from, it’ll get the finishing touch right here in Surrey. What is limestone? Limestone is a natural stone formed […]

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