Granite Production Process

Granite is a coarse grained crystalline igneous rock composed primarily of quartz and feldspar and it is over a billion years old. Granite was formed when the Earth was cooling from its hot molten state and it was subjected to extreme pressures deep beneath the earth's surface. Granite is harder than steel so you are not able to scratch it with a knife. Therefore, the process of fabricating granite is very difficult. It must first be extracted from a mountain in a large block form, then cut and polished with diamonds and water. Lastly, it must be packaged and delivered to a buyer without breakage.

Final Touch Granite uses only the finest quality granite for it's installations.


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