Black Forest Granite is a very popular variety that has no other similar variety in the industry. This beautiful variety has a black color base with white-creamish waves with white patches in some areas.
This variety comes in polished finish but that can change when a customer wants to customize his purchase a bit further. We are a company that puts our clients needs first because every client is different. There are no two projects that can ever be exactly the same. Their specifications are always different because of the mindset of the architects themselves.
This is the main reason that we mold our work according to the needs of the individual client. This beautiful product can easily merge with a number of themes. It amplifies every color around itself which makes it a very attractive piece. This product can be used in a number of ways to transform a living space completely.
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We make our efforts to cut down the costs of construction for our clients by eliminating fine tuning of the product on our side. The rest remains on the people who build the project according to the given designs of the architects.
We provide ample of protection to the product when it is ready for delivery. There is a standard procedure for delivery that is followed every time. This stone product s packed in such a way that the impact is reduced drastically. The packing material acts as cushion for the product, and absorbs all energy from any kind of impact that may be felt during transit.
Take a look at the product below, and let your imagination run wild!
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