The route from the quarry to the finished fireplace facade made of natural stone leads through numerous stations. The raw material usually comes from Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece. In addition to limestone and marble, sandstone and granite are processed.
Natural stones are characterized by their unique grain and structure. No stone is like the other. This also applies to the exact coloring of the natural stone.
The unmistakable naturalness of the natural stone gives your fireplace an individual and luxurious character.
Limestones are so-called sedimentary rocks, the major part of which is of biogenic origin.
Colloquially, all decorative and polishable limestones are called marble. Sandstone is a sedimentary rock made up of grains of sand up to 2 mm in size that are mainly made of quartz. Sandstone has been a common building material for centuries. Granite is created by the solidification of magma at a depth of more than 2 km below the earth's surface. Granite is therefore a deep rock, which is characterized by a relatively coarse crystalline appearance.
It is a long way from the quarry to the finished natural stone fireplace. But after all the steps have been completed, you will receive an unmistakable unique piece: Noble natural stone combined with modern firing technology - for long-lasting enjoyment of the flames.