Granite is known as a building stone since ancient times. It has a coarse structure. It is formed deep beneath the earth’s surface. The Polish granite occurs among others in the regions of Lower Silesia region in Karkonosze.
Granite is one of the hardest rock in the world. It is resistant to frost, abrasion, chemicals (acids) and is non-flammable. However, it is mouldable. Due to various technological processes, we can obtain various structures of granite.
Granite is used in architecture as a suitable objects of timeless character and grandeur.
Granite is a basic construction material used for the construction of tombs, on the floor, as kitchen countertops and more. Also used as a decorative element internal and external facades, widely regarded as the symbol of elegance and durability.