Stone is abundant in nature. As a building material, it has been used since early civilization. You can see it in residential and commercial buildings, grand palaces, and even sacred temples around the world.

You’d want to use stone in any building project because it is highly durable, it blends well with the natural landscape, and requires little maintenance. It is a popular building material because it is available in many sizes, shapes, colors, and textures. As such, it can be used for walls, floors, roofs, arches, countertops, and more.

And when it comes to rocks, few have as many uses as marble. Because of its beauty and unique properties, it is valued in architecture and sculpture. It is a low-cost, abundant material in crushed stone prepared for various construction projects.

If you’re planning a building project, consider sourcing your stone and marble needs directly from Blinite Impex. With a robust supply of different kinds, we will have the stone you are looking for.

The stone and marble industry have continuously upgraded and has become competitive in the global market. With the high global demand for importation and large-scale processing, our supply chain has improved the quality of stones produced using state-of-the-art machinery and very competitive prices.

Popular Types of Stone Used for Buildings Constructions

Granite is an igneous rock used for monuments and institutional buildings. Polished granite is used as bench tops, cladding for columns and walls. It is also used as coarse aggregates in concrete.

Marble is a metamorphic rock used for facades as well as ornamental works. It is also used for flooring, steps, columns, and as table or countertop.

Onyx is a stone formed from limestone. It consists of fine intergrowths of quartz and morganite and is available in many colors. Its best use is for walls with light behind them as it is enhanced due to its translucent color.

Quartzite is a metamorphic rock used as building blocks and slabs. It is also used as aggregates for concrete.

Limestone consists of calcium carbonate. It forms an attractive feature when polished due to fossil inclusions, which makes it more decorative when used in the fabric of a building as facades, cornices, and pillars. It is often used as floor tiles and bathroom wall tiles, vanity tops, fireplaces, and staircases.

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