Natural Stone includes granite, marble, limestone, and travertine stone. Each Stone is produced and used differently.
Granite is an igneous rock and is formed from Magna. Granite can vary in color from pink to dark grey or even black. Marble is a metamorphic rock resulting from regional or rarely contact metamorphism of sedimentary carbonate rocks, either limestone or dolostone, or metamorphism of older marble. Marble is extensively used for sculpture, building materials, and many other applications. Limestone is a sedimentary rock mainly composed of the mineral calcite. Limestone is prevalent in architecture; many landmarks worldwide are made of limestone. Travertine is a sedimentary rock and is often used as a building material. Travertine is most commonly available in tile sizes for floor installations.
Quartz is one of nature’s hardest, most abundant minerals; only diamond, sapphire, and topaz are harder. Quartz Stone is a dense, non-porous stone that delivers reliability and performance, and the material is scratch resistant with no sealing required in many natural colors.
Ceaser Stone is 93% crushed quartz, one of nature’s hardest materials. Combined with high-quality polymer resins and pigments, they are compacted under intense vibration. Slabs are post-cured to the precise thickness and polished with an enduring shine.
Corian Quartz, Cambria, and Silestone are all different countertops brands; they are all the same products. These products are simply brand names marketed by various companies. Deciding which product/company to buy will likely come from color choice and availability.