Limestone Countertops Chicago
Add elegant, soothing tones to your space with durable limestone countertops from Marble & Granite Tech. As a Chicago-based stone fabricator, we can create countertops, tabletops and other items for your home or business.
What is Limestone?
A natural stone formed by grains of different minerals from marine fossils and corals, limestone has a white and sandy appearance and adds a stylish texture to kitchens and bathrooms. The sedimentary rock is relatively strong, but slightly more delicate than granite and quartz. Create the perfect look for your residential or commercial space with premium limestone countertops from the experts at Marble & Granite Tech. The stone is available as tile or slab in a range of natural tones.
Limestone is a popular building material for myriad reasons. It’s a durable water- and heat-resistant stone with a deluxe appearance. The rock’s development is also unique. Limestone is formed at the bottom of the sea as sediment settles on shells and the fossils of aquatic life, eventually pressurizing into a solid surface.
Why Choose Limestone?
An elegant choice for your home or business, here are some reasons why you may choose limestone:
- An elegant design with unique texture
- With proper maintenance and care, limestone countertops age gracefully
- A natural stone that provides a strong and is durable countertop surface
- Strong heat and water resistance properties
- Available in different sizes and designs
Work with Marble & Granite Tech
At Marble & Granite Tech, customer satisfaction is our utmost priority. We source the best materials and provide installation services from highly trained, skilled artisans. Each measurement is taken on site with state-of-the-art digital equipment. This delivers a heightened level of precision not possible with hand measurements or cardboard templates.
Our team can complete the most precise, creative or unique projects using innovative vein-matching technology. It enables the viewer to see exactly where stone movement and veins will flow, including how they interact with focal points, before cutting. This process reduces waste and streamlines production, a cost reduction happily passed to the customer.
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