Baltic green granite is a green grey granite belonging to the Precambrian period. The natural stone is a coarse grained granite which is composed of crystals and gives a sophisticated finish to the space.
Granites are natural stone which adds charm and elegance to any living space. Granites are formed by the slow crystallization of magma underneath the earth’s surface. Baltic Green is classified as granite rock due to its mineral makeup and composition. It is composed mainly of natural quartz and potassic feldspar with subtle amounts of organic minerals, mica and amphiboles. Unlike marbles, granite worktops require easy and low cost care practices.
The natural stone is devoid of chemicals and highly adapted for hot and cold weather conditions. Baltic brown granite worktop is a sought after natural stone for a variety of reasons such as resistance to corrosion by acidic liquids, low water absorption capacity which makes the material resistant to stains, polished finish gives sophisticated appeal to any given space apparently with simple and low cost maintenance routine.
Granites usually go through different texture defining processes like leather, flamed, brushed, polished, honed and sandblasted finish. The granite is available in polished finish with 20mm and 30 mm thickness. The polished finish of the granite brings out the brilliance and luster of the smooth surface, making the granite slab look unique and attractive.
The polished texture of the granite is remarkable for exterior application but best complimented if designed as a countertop and flooring. The granite is an ideal choice for worktops, kitchen worktops, bathroom countertop, bathroom vanity, backsplash, bathroom surround, flooring, outdoor kitchen countertop.
Application: Kitchen countertop, bathroom vanity, backsplash, fireplace, surround, flooring, outdoor kitchen countertop.
Transport charge will be discussed separately.
In view of the current pandemic situation the container cost will be slightly different from the regular pricing in this material.