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This stone has natural parallel tops and bottom, which makes it ideal for construction. Many of the pieces of stone come with small amounts of Iron-Oxide creating an amazing look.  

Argillite is one of the oldest rock and is a sedimentary rock which is a durable soft rock with fine grains in the rock. The rock is opaque and has a natural rough and dull texture but can be polished.

Argillite has less maintenance than many sedimentary rocks.  It is durable, heat resistant, impact resistant, water resistant, scratch resistant, stain resistant, wind resistant and acid resistant.

 This argillite’s surface color is dark blue with flexes of red and green representing the presence of Copper Oxide and has varying amounts of iron oxide making it look old.

  •  Architecture

    •   Interior Uses

    •   Decorative Aggregates, Homes, Interior Decoration

  •    Exterior Uses

    •   As Building Stone, Garden Decoration, Office Buildings

  •     Other Architectural Uses

    •   Curbing, Whetstones

    •   Used for flooring, stair treads, borders and window sills.


  • Antiquity Uses

    •   Artifacts, Monuments, Sculpture

    •   Fire resistant, Used to manufacture paperweights and bookends

Argillite Uses



 Granite's dense composition gives it a great ability to resist scratches, chips, and cracks, even with frequent, heavy use. It is also classified as the most resilient stone on the market and is able to resist very high temperatures, which makes it great for kitchen applications.  Additionally, because Granite is considerably inert in nature, it can be polished to achieve a brilliant finish. 


Granite can be used in a variety of projects. Some great uses for Granite, are in countertops, floor tiles, paving stones, stair treads, building veneer, and cemetery monuments. Additionally, Granite can be used in many different decorative features inside. 

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Limestone has 3 major benefits to the use of it. It is an exceptionally durable natural building material. Additionally, the corrosion of the material is superficial and will not affect the structural integrity of the structure it was used on. Limestone is also a great conductor of heat, so it will help keep your home cool, and help keep electricity bills down. 


Limestone has 5 common uses in Construction. Those include limestone blocks used to construct buildings, stone cladding on walls, retaining walls, floor paving and tiles.


Sandstone has a great ability to withstand heavy traffic, making it a great option for walkways, pool surrounds, and garden paths. Additionally, when maintained correctly, Natural Sandstone will look the same as is did the day it was installed 10, 15, or even 20 years down the road. However, Sandstone will absorb some water, regardless of the natural weather resistance it has. 

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