Brazilian Stones’ offers customers an expanded selection of robust and textured stone, available in a variety of colours. The company specializes in natural slate quarried in Minas Gerais, Brazil. They offer a range of floor tiles, roof tiles, paving, cobbles, sills, slabs and garden furniture.
More details can be found at https://www.brazilianstones.co.uk
They provide a range of benefits for contractors, interior designers, homeowners, and architects seeking eye-catching yet durable stone for offices, homes, and recreation centres. The Brazilian Stones product line is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Slate imports from Brazil mostly originate from the Minas Gerais region, north of Rio de Janeiro. The country is one of the world’s leading exporters of stone. Owing to the unique geological attributes of Brazil’s indigenous rock formations, the slate extracted there offers a unique look and texture along with weather resistance, consistency, and durability over the long term.
Customers can choose from the company’s wide selection of textures and colours. These include OchreStone – a rustic, golden-coloured sandstone that features a raw, unworked surface that retains poise and elegance in a range of settings.
Brazilian slate is also famed for its effectiveness as a base material for pool tables. It offers lower moisture content than Italian slate and provides a streamlined, flat surface that is ideal for pool tables. Its harder surface and durability make it nearly impossible to break, ensuring an ideal investment for table construction companies and pool hall owners.
The company also supplies natural slate roof tiles along with random and diminishing course slates. These mimic the appearance of traditional roofing slates used in the UK.
About Brazilian Stones
Brazilian Stones has been sourcing high-quality, natural materials for over 20 years. The company is committed to the highest standards of customer care and is proud of its long-established relationships.
For more information, please visit https://www.brazilianstones.co.uk
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