Granite & Marble
Asia's Leading Manufacturers & Exporter of Natural stone
We represent one of the most modern granite manufacturing companies in India. More than 30 nations throughout the globe are main beneficiaries of our manufacturers and exporters. We currently satisfy the demands of the USA, Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates, and other nations. Marble, black granite, white granite, crystal yellow granite, and colored granite are all part of our product line.
Khandesh Corporation is dedicated to offering granite of the highest caliber at cost-effective costs. Our team of knowledgeable experts has years of industry experience, and we are always striving to satisfy the changing needs of our consumers all over the world. We provide a huge array of stone, either you’re looking for marble, granite, or other variations for floors, worktops, borders, or beautification.
In the construction industry, black rocks that share the hardness and strength of granitic rocks are known as black granite. In geological terms, black granite might be gabbro, diabase, basalt, diorite, norite, or anorthosite.
Black Galaxy Granite is mostly black with small gold or white flecks granite quarried in India. Known for its beautiful look and striking finish, Black Galaxy Granite is well known for its stain-free merits.
River Black Granite is Black color granite with a white color pattern like the flow of the river. Therefore, this granite is the perfect choice for the interior flooring and wall decoration of the house. Also, best choice for kitchen.
Crystal brown Granite is the Gray color granite stone with crystalline brown color mineral in it. It Gives stunning appearance to the interior of house. Crystal Brown Granite is perfect for flooring and counter application of kitchen and washrooms.
Crystal Blue Granite is a Grey color granite stone with a crystalline blue color mineral in it. It gives a stunning appearance to the interior of the house. A selection crystals form the basis of its pattern, tightly compacted to create a sparkling visual spectacle.
Being one of the popular and darkest black granite stones, absolute black granite is known by different names like Super Black Granite, Absolute Black India Granite, Nero Assoluto India Granite, Premium Black Granite, etc.
Use and application of granite and marble
Granite is used in many outdoor and indoor projects. Outdoor projects like bridges, monuments, buildings, paving etc. Indoor projects like countertops, floor etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are considering upgrading the look of your home’s surfaces, whether floor or countertops, then spending some time to learn about granite is a great thing to start with. For many homeowners, merely the thought of remodelling or upgrading using granite or marble or any other stone brings numerous questions; however, it doesn’t need to be intimidating.
In fact, just a thought whether granite or marble would be good for your home is yet another confusing question. This one is covered in another blog. But here we are focusing solely on granite. So, let’s dig deep into the most common FAQs about granite stone that are likely to come up while considering it for your home decor.
Yes! Granite is a great choice and has always been a top contender among home and business owners everywhere. It is surely both a good investment and raises the value of your home. Being highly durable, and highly resistant to wear, tear and stains, granite is a one-time investment that lasts a lifetime. And to top it all, it adds beauty and longevity too!
Despite being the toughest surface to opt for, granite can get cracked or chipped, if it’s slab is thin and not sealed or exposed to high impact blows. If such happens, have it repaired immediately. Without timely attention, the crack can go on spreading and eventually lead to a portion of your counter-top breaking off completely. However, you can place hot pans on granite as this will not affect it.
Granite is very easy to maintain for it only needs regular cleaning and timely sealing to prevent the possibility of staining. For good quality, granite sealing is required every 3 to 5 years while lesser grades of granite should be sealed once every 1 to 3 years.
Only if not wiped quickly and left the liquid for a long time. If still any such spills have been overlooked and have left a stain, make a paste of bleach and water and put it on the stain. Let it set for a few minutes and wash it off with soap and water.