Frequently Asked Questions

Natural stones are available in various types, including granite, marble, travertine, quartzite, slate, and more. Each stone type offers different colors, textures, and durability characteristics, so choosing the right type based on your intended use and preferences is important.

The maintenance of natural stone can vary depending on its type and usage area. Generally, regular cleaning and the use of appropriate protection products are important. You should follow the specific cleaning and maintenance instructions provided for your product or stone type.

While granite is known for its durability and resistance to stains, marble offers a more luxurious and aesthetic appearance but can be more delicate. You should consider your intended use when determining which stone is suitable for you.

Natural stones have varying levels of durability depending on their types. Generally, stones like granite are quite durable, but maintenance and protection are important. It can be helpful to consult with an expert regarding durability before embarking on a specific project.

When cleaning natural stones, it’s important to use gentle cleaning products and water. Avoid abrasive cleaning agents and follow specific cleaning instructions for each stone type.

The installation of natural stone should be carried out by a professional stone mason. This process includes preparing the subfloor, selecting the adhesive, and using the correct installation methods. By entrusting the job to an expert, you can achieve the best results. If you wish, you can take advantage of our professional installation service.

The prices of natural stones vary depending on factors such as the type, quality, origin, and labor costs. Rare and exotic stones are typically more expensive.

Durable stones like granite, quartzite, and basalt are commonly preferred for outdoor applications. These stones are resistant to outdoor weather conditions and provide a non-slip surface.

Stones like travertine, slate, or limestone are often preferred for wall coverings. These stones offer an aesthetic appearance and create a wonderful atmosphere indoors.

Natural stones can be effective in heat and sound insulation, but these properties can vary depending on the type of stone. Thick stones, in particular, can be effective in sound insulation, while their thermal conductivity may vary.

You can visit our ‘Reference Projects’ section on our website to review our previous projects related to natural stones. These projects can serve as a guide to showcase various application areas of different stone types.