Building Stone Types
Less expensive than marble but often just as aesthetically pleasing, granite is a very popular option for floors and countertops throughout the world. However, don’t assume that the people you know that have used it have done so in the best. Read more here first.
Let’s Get Limestoned
Unlike granite and marble, you probably won’t use much limestone indoors. However, limestone can be used for almost as many things on your property. Strong and versatile, read more about this type of stone and how you can use it in this section. It can be a clean, long-lasting, and durable alternative to wood, plywood, or plastic.