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Common collections of stone.

A huge variety of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks are used as decorative dimension stone. These rock collections are more namely known as granite, limestone, marble, travertine, caesarstone, fossil, soapstone, onyx and hanstone.

Within these collections, there are literally thousands of stone options with varying colors and patterns to choose from. In addition, each stone can change radically in color and appearance when a different finish is put on it. So how does someone find exactly what they are looking for? The safest option is to speak with a specialist at a stone supplier facility.

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Finding the right stone is just the first step of getting a beautiful stone surface in your home. After you find the perfect slab, you need an expert who will - transform the raw, jagged slab into a smooth and usable surface for your home or office. This process is called fabrication.

Fabrication: Cutting and Shaping the Stone.

Natural stone or dimension stone slabs (e.g. marble) are shaped and cut . If the stone has a highly variegated pattern, the stone may be laid out in final position in the shop for the customer's inspection after inspected by our stone experts. Then the countertop assembly is installed on the job site by our trusted team of professionals.

Marble

The most known dimensional stone

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Limestone

Considered an organic sedimentary rock

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Caesarstone

Ideal for kitchen fixtures

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Fossil

It's just like having a piece of timeless art in your kitchen.

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Granite

A major ingredient in mountain ranges

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Soapstone

Primarily composed of talc

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Onyx

Formed from bands of chalcedony

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Hanstone

Super durable and ideal for kitchen countertops.

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Travertine

Limestone that forms in hot mineral springs.

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The most trusted fabricators in Colorado.

Evergreen Marble and Granite has the most skilled team of marble fabricators in Denver, Evergreen, Colorado Springs and Aurora. We produce superb quality countertops for families at all incomes. Reach out to a specialist now to get customized pricing.

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Common collections of stone.

A huge variety of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks are used as decorative dimension stone. These rock collections are more namely known as granite, limestone, marble, travertine, caesarstone, fossil, soapstone, onyx and hanstone.

Within these collections, there are literally thousands of stone options with varying colors and patterns to choose from. In addition, each stone can change radically in color and appearance when a different finish is put on it. So how does someone find exactly what they are looking for? The safest option is to speak with a specialist at a stone supplier facility.

Find a Stone Dealer

Finding the right stone is just the first step of getting a beautiful stone surface in your home. After you find the perfect slab, you need an expert who will - transform the raw, jagged slab into a smooth and usable surface for your home or office. This process is called fabrication.

Fabrication: Cutting and Shaping the Stone.

Natural stone or dimension stone slabs (e.g. marble) are shaped and cut . If the stone has a highly variegated pattern, the stone may be laid out in final position in the shop for the customer's inspection after inspected by our stone experts. Then the countertop assembly is installed on the job site by our trusted team of professionals.

Marble

The most known dimensional stone

Learn more >

Granite

A major ingredient in mountain ranges

Learn more >

Caesarstone

Ideal for kitchen fixtures

Learn more >

Soapstone

Primarily composed of talc

Learn more >

Fossil

It's just like having a piece of timeless art in your kitchen.

Learn more >

Limestone

Considered an organic sedimentary rock

Learn more >

Hanstone

Super durable and ideal for kitchen countertops.

Learn more >

Onyx

Formed from bands of chalcedony

Learn more >

Travertine

Limestone that forms in hot mineral springs.

Learn more >