Volcanic Site or Basalt

Very resistant decorative stone for walls and floors. It can be requested in finished rustic or polished. The venue has several presentations of rustic, rustic cut, face of stone, macheteado. Being a volcanic stone it is as resistant as the granite, but presenting a high porosity that gives its characteristic sight.

Both granites and basalt are igneous rocks that have formed through the cooling of magma under the earth's crust. Both are composed of minerals of the group of silicates, therefore its composition is very concentrated in silicon and oxygen.

The granite is intrusive, which means that the magma that formed it was trapped very deep in the earth's crust, which forces it to cool very slowly and give a long time for the minerals to crystallize and form a solid stone. This in turn results in the granite appearance (the origin of the word granite) so characteristic of granites.

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Construction combines an elegant finished and fine materials with a faithful adaptation to the design as a result a product according to each need.
We constantly evolve in each of our projects, always facing each challenge with professionalism.

Bee Caves Woods Project

Bee Caves Woods Project

This project was very important for us, since it was a challenge, to completely remodel the whole house. This house Read More
Georgetown Project

Georgetown Project

We have been working with the construction company Cavitt Richmond Homes for 4 years, but in fact they are almost Read More
Volcanic Site or Basalt

Volcanic Site or Basalt

Very resistant decorative stone for walls and floors. It can be requested in finished rustic or polished. The venue has Read More
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The Best Choice for Marble, and Granite, Engineered Stone and other Natural Stone materials in Countertops.

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Sales Manager, Lou Jestice.

Showroom Pflugerville Address
2515 W. Pecan St. Bldg. #2
Pflugerville, TX 78660

Phone: + (512) 551-9568
Cellphone: + (512) 567-2196

Showroom Smithville Address
301 turney ST
Smithville, TX 78957

Phone: + (512) 575-7101

Email: stagranite@gmail.com