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Centaurus Granite is quarried in Greece to the rest of the world, the UK and Europe where it is highly popular due to its low aesthetic variation from block to block. It features rocks and fossilised fragments in grey and white on a charcoal backdrop.

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Centaurus Granite is quarried in Greece to the rest of the world, the UK and Europe where it is highly popular due to its low aesthetic variation from block to block. It features rocks and fossilised fragments in grey and white on a charcoal backdrop. This stone is popular in bathrooms and as kitchen worktop due to its minimal water absorption. It is also very easy to clean and maintain.

Centaurus is classified as granite rock which due to its mineral make up and composition including igneous rocks formed by slow crystallization of Magma on the Earth’s crust. Granite is mainly composed of pure quartz, mica and other natural minerals which compose this well-known granular stone, used by people since the ancient times of Egypt.


Famous monuments made out of granite include the iconic Mount Rushmore in the USA, the Avukana Buddha statue in Sri Lanka and The Colossal Red Granite Statue of Amenhotep III in Egypt and more recently, The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain in Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom.
Centaurus granite is available in polished and honed finishes as standard and special finishes such as Satinato and leather.


Granite is an ideal stone to work with, offering the possibility of having seamless pieces across large surfaces such as kitchen worktops, bar counters, bathroom cladding and kitchen islands.
Granite slabs tend to be the largest in size across all natural stone groups which make this a cost-effective material as in cases when a whole project can be covered with only one slab of material.

Natural Granite offers unique and exotic looks, durability and strength. Not only that, but it also brings investment value to any property in which it is applied. Moreover, and when it comes to performance, the stone is great. The lack of calcium in granite ensures the stone does not etch like marble when exposed to acid present in lemons, oranges, etc

Besides this, Centaurus granite varies in shape, patterns and colours. As an example, slab sizes will usually cover areas of between 5.5-metre square and 6.5-metre square. In other words, is ideal for large areas such as kitchen islands as it can be installed seamlessly.

When it comes to thicknesses, 20mm and 30mm are the most popular. It comes in standard finishes in polished, honed, satin and leather. This significantly allows for many options in terms of both design and style.

Features and benefits of using Centaurus granite as work surfaces:

  • Simple and luxurious
  • Minimal liquid absorption
  • Extremely durable
  • Popular worktop material due to a mix of looks and investment value
  • Available in wide array of colours, thicknesses and finishes
  • Unique appearance
  • Suitable for indoors and outdoors applications
  • Adds resale value to any property
  • Honed finished provides vintage and old-fashioned looks
  • Easy maintenance regime
  • Naturally strong: third strongest mineral on earth
  • 100% natural and non-toxic
  • Suitable for food preparation areas and healthcare facilities

 

 

 

 

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