Granite/Basalt/Lava Stone

Granite is igneous rock and is the hardest stone. The origin of the word granite is derived from the Latin, meaning "grain". Granite is a natural rock, comprised of 3 minerals called mica, feldspar, and quartz. It is formed in a grainy manner by the crystallization of magma within the crust of the earth. Granite is famous for its Strength and Hardness. Building materials made from granite have a reputation for being virtually indestructible. That is why granite pavers can provide a long-term solution for anyone who wants their pavement to last for many decades. Granite is resistant to the long-term effects of weathering; aging and can withstand cold environments.

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