Indian Black granite
Indian Black granite is a regal natural stone and an absolute "Black" granite full of vitality and natural beauty. The backdrop is a deep black with Bronzite flakes that shine when exposed to light. Read More
Indian Black granite is a regal natural stone and an absolute “Black” granite full of vitality and natural beauty. The backdrop is a deep black with Bronzite flakes that shine when exposed to light.
It is a stunning, long-lasting stone that you can use for interior and exterior applications. Since the lighting and the usage govern the gleaming appearance of black granite, you may integrate this stone to meet versatile design and aesthetic requirements.
Plain black granite comprises 100% natural stone and minerals. It is durable, heat, impact, and scratch-resistant with honed and polished finishes. Hence, this stone is ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, utility rooms, gardens, patios, hallways, and dining areas due to its excellent appearance and sturdiness. In addition, black granite is a perfect choice for kitchen backsplashes, floors, countertops, and fireplaces. It comes in various sizes to fit any project you have in mind.
Indian Black Granite. The Absolute Black Option
Indian Black granite is a natural stone mined in India. It is quarried from the Aravallis Mountain on the Rajasthan-Gujarat border, a part of the Vindhya Range, and it looks similar to black marble. Moreover, it has a fine texture and is polished using diamond wheels and powder.
It is a resilient material, resistant to weathering, making it perfect for use in high-traffic areas. The mineral composition of this dark granite consists of quartz, feldspar, mica and amphibole.
The Most Elegant Countertop You Didn’t Know You Needed
If you’re looking for a unique, luxurious addition to your kitchen, look no further than Indian black granite. This rich, beautiful stone is perfect for anyone who wants to add a touch of elegance to their home.
Why does Indian Black Granite Have So Many Uses?
Black granite is a type of igneous rock that is very popular in the construction and architectural industries because of its unique properties. Indian black granite is trendy because it is relatively soft, easy to work with, yet highly durable. As a result, it is the ideal stone for various applications, from countertops and flooring to sculptures and monuments. In addition, this black granite has a beautiful high-gloss finish that makes it perfect for creating stunning visual effects.
Here are the three main advantages of this granite:
1. Durability: Its durability is an essential quality that distinguishes this granite from other varieties. It is not only scratch-resistant but also highly resistant to heat and chemicals.
2. Cost-effectiveness: the granite has a fine finish, which makes it cost-effective. It is available in various finishes. In addition, the colour of the granite is not affected by weather conditions, which makes it durable.
3. Ease of maintenance: You can easily clean an Indian black granite worktop with water or mild detergent and a soft cloth.
What Are The Disadvantages of Using This Granite?
Although Indian black granite is durable, some disadvantages may come with its fabrication. The hardness of the stone can make it difficult to cut and shape, even with diamond-tipped tools. It is a problem for the do-it-yourselfer. This granite also tends to crack or chip when it’s worked with diamond tools.
And because of the mineral content in Indian black granite, it is prone to show dirt and dust. Therefore, you may need to dust it more often than other stones, such as white granite. Finally, the stone s tendency to absorb moisture makes it a poor choice for outdoors.
Granite For Every Room
Black granite isn’t just for countertops anymore. Instead, you can use this durable, beautiful stone for furniture, backsplashes, and utility areas.
Architects and designers use this black granite in both commercial and residential projects. Indian Black granite is prevalent as a kitchen worktop material and as flooring, vanities and other applications. For example, you can use it as a wall covering instead of tile, minimizing the number of joints in the design.
Indian black granite is sometimes prevalent in outdoor applications. Indian black granite is durable, and its colour is resistant to fading. It s often used as a paving stone, wall covering or decorative fence.
This granite may be the right choice if you’re looking for a luxurious yet affordable countertop. This natural stone is mined in India and has a rich, deep black colour with subtle flecks of grey or white. Its durability and timeless beauty make it a popular choice for indoor and outdoor applications.
You haven’t seen black until you’ve seen our Indian black granite. With a dark and lustrous finish, it’s like a mirror to your soul!
Our natural granite countertops are the perfect finish to complete a spectacular home. UK homeowners use it as kitchen worktops, splashbacks, walls, and floors.
- You can choose granite in four finishes: Polished, Honed, Satin, and Leather.
- Granite is 100% natural and does not contain polymer resins affecting its colour when exposed to UV rays for long periods. Therefore, unlike quartz and other engineered work surfaces, you can use them outdoors.
- Each natural granite slab comes from unique blocks. However, each granite piece is reproducible in its pattern.
- Granite can withstand up to 650 C heat and is highly stain and scratch-resistant.
- You can choose from hundreds of colours comprising high-quality granite slabs with varied thicknesses and sizes.
Indian Black granite offers superior attributes for home and office decoration:
- Density: 3120 kg/m3
- Water Absorption: 0.11 - 0.14 weight-%
- Flexural Strength: 25.6 MPa
- Compressive Strength: 346.8 MPa
It forms at high temperatures over millennia, solidifies with the weather over time, and is readily suitable for stain, heat and scratch-resistant kitchen surfaces.
Advantages: Durable. Non-porous. Long-lasting. Affordable.
The versatility of design and bespoke colour assortment of surface patterns is unique.
If you are looking for proficient kitchen tops, granite is the way to go.
Benefits: Granite is resistant to scratches and stains and lasts ages.
Maximum durability. Less likely for accidents to happen on the surface of natural granite (e.g. hot pans falling from stovetop can cause severe burns on a wooden surface)
Our natural granite is more than just a luxury; it's a nutrient for the senses!
As a natural product, granite does not come with a manufacturer's warranty.
However, if you wish to purchase a natural stone with a warranty, you can choose from our Sensa, Naturamia and Granith Collections.
Indian Black granite belongs to our Price Group 2 (two), representing a low to a medium price point.
The final cost of an Indian Black granite countertop depends on the size of the worktops you require, the location, and the accessibility of the property for its installation.
Indian Black granite comprises 100% raw minerals and includes natural quartz, feldspar, biotite mica, and garnet. There are no additives, colourants or resins in our natural granite.
Yes. Unlike quartz and engineered marble, Indian Black granite comprises 100% natural minerals and is suitable for outdoor applications. In addition, the lack of resins in Indian Black granite worktops ensures that their colours don't fade or alter even when you install them externally. But black granite can mark a lot outdoors, so you should test a sample before purchasing it for exterior applications.
Yes. Indian Black granite is porous like any natural stone due to its surface's micro-permeable nature. When a stone is porous, it can absorb liquids through micropores and its interfacial texture. This natural occurrence is known as capillary absorption and can cause the stone to discolour.
Yes. If the chip or scratch in your Indian Black granite worktop is over 5 mm deep, this part of the worktop becomes more susceptible to discolouration.
You can repair chips on Indian Black granite and quartzite by applying colour-matched stone resin, restoring the non-porosity in this area. A professional worktop installer may also buff the top layer of the stone to remove superficial scratches.
Here are the cleaning products and methods you can apply to clean Indian Black granite:
Depending on the type of stain on your Indian Black granite, you can use various poultices. Poultices are absorbent blends that you can apply to the worktop to remove tough stains from the surface. For example, when you mix two substances, you will create poultices that can remove deep stains from granite and quartzite.
These come as paper, gel or powder. Moreover, some poultices are absorbent and excellent for eliminating specific stains. Here are the nine most effective granite cleaning substances:
- Diatomaceous earth
Clay and diatomaceous earth are typically the best choices. However, if the clay or chalk contains iron, you should not use it. The acidic substances can react with the iron and create yellow staining, especially in light-coloured worktops.
RETURNS AND SHIPPING POLICY RETURNS
Except for damaged surfaces, all sales are final. Please call 020 39760029 or email HELLO@WORKTOPLIBRARY.CO.UK for more information before mailing exchanges or online purchasing return products installed in faulty or damaged condition.
SHIPPING \\ TURNAROUND
We process all orders within one business day. However, specific stones may have longer lead times due to high demand or special-order items from other countries.
DELIVERY & INSTALLATION COSTS
We compute delivery and installation costs at the time of purchase. Our team of professional stone fitters install all stone surfaces.
Installation and delivery charges vary depending on weight, site access, and delivery location from our workshop in West London, United Kingdom.
INSTALLATION & DELIVERY ADDRESSES
Stone worktop installation is available in London and up to 150 miles of surrounding areas. Don't hesitate to get in touch with our Worktop Library Service Team at (20) 39760029.