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There is no substitute to Natural Stone. It has a character and life of its own which cannot be matched by a cast product. If you are looking to improve the environment, your home and your life, natural stone is the natural choice.

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Natural Stones - SandStone Slate

Innovace SandStone

We import sandstone from Northern India. Our sandstone is more dense and naturally cleaving stone. With huge stocks in our warehouses in India we carefully handpick product to comply with our stringent inspections of colour, density and finish. 

Some distinguishing features of Innovace Sandstone and Slate :

Innovace Sandstone is more dense and less porous than other sandstones.
Cost effective compared to sandstones quarried locally.
UV light does not effect our sandstone.
Safe and anti-slip surface under all conditions.
Retains its natural colour and does not fade.
Natural colour allows for extensions of flooring after years.
Available in variety of stylish and unique colours and natural patterns, optional surface finishes and shapes. Available in calibrated and natural split.

Formats /Sizes and products available

Slabs and Tiles
Cut to size pavements,
Crazy Patterns
Circles, Globes, Banches
...and any other shape your imagination want us to develop for you.

Finishes Available

Honed and sandblasted,
Antique etc.

Recommended Applications

Wall-cladding, roofing, flooring and all other types of interior & exterior applications depending upon the imagination of an architect.

What is a Sandstone?

Sandstone rocks are sedimentary rocks composed of rounded grains of quartz bound together by silica or lime. The sandstone deposits are found mainly in Rajasthan - the only place in India with extensive deposits. They often form in layers. For millions of years, little pieces of our earth have been eroded-broken down and worn away by wind and water. These little bits of our earth are washed downstream where they settled to the bottom of the rivers, lakes, and oceans. Layer after layer of eroded earth is deposited on top of each. These layers are pressed down more and more through time, until the bottom layers slowly turn into rock. 

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