Ariz Grey Granite
Granja Grey Granite
Monção Pink Granite
Mondim Yellow Granite
Porrinho Pink Granite
The only natural stones harder than granite are diamonds, rubies and sapphires.
Therefore, choose granite when permanence, enduring color and texture, and complete freedom from deterioration and maintenance are prime requirements. It is highly heat, scratch and stain resistant, and is commonly used in pavement, decoration and to face commercial, institutional buildings and monuments.
It is unequaled as a material for fireplaces, stairs, roads and driveway kerbs, terraces and to pave plazas and public spaces. Granite is the traditional favorite of countertop materials for its unique colors and patterns, proven durability and lasting value.
Granite has different colors and comes from quarrying, like it happens in Portugal.
Source: Building Stone Institute (edited)