The first decision to make is whether to repair or replace the stone in question. In almost all cases, repair work will be significantly cheaper than replacing a stone floor or worktop. Some problems can be resolved at home while others require the assistance of an expert stone worker. Check out the list below from our stone experts on how to deal with broken granite and other stones.
Inspired by nature, Arena Stone is a processed stone which mimics the beauty of marble and granite. Available in over 30 shades, the selection focuses on neutrals and natural stone shades. The options range from dazzling white through starry black, cream through a rich brown. Each type of Arena Stone has its own texture or pattern. This means you can choose from marble-like veins, star-like glitter specks and many others. How is Arena Stone made? A manufactured stone, Arena Stone is made from over 90% quartz bonded and coloured by […]
In late July, we completed a stunning new piece of flooring for St John’s Church in Merrow, Surrey. St John’s had a requirement for an intricately designed marble inlaid floor. Surrey Marble and Granite were employed to plan, fabricate and install the new marble flooring. We decided to go for a quad-colour design that would look stunning when polished, improving the aesthetic appeal of the church. The creation of the floor was achieved in tandem with the church being redecorated leaving a crisp modern feel. Here at Surrey Marble and […]