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New Millennium Marble & Granite
New Millennium Marble & Granite
New Millennium Marble & Granite

Granite | Natural Stone

Its suitability for usage anywhere & everywhere makes this a widely used and popular stone.

Kitchen + Granite = Perfection

Granite needs to be protected. This means the application of a sealer is needed to prevent staining and for maintaining the granites appearance.  Although granite is a tough stone it’s still recommend that, if used as kitchen bench tops, a chopping board be used (not that cutting on granite will damage it, but it will blunt your knives) also hot cooking implements should not be placed directly from stove or oven onto bench tops as this may cause thermal shock and crack the stone.

Application Rating Reason
Commercial Use Beauty / Toughness / Resilient
Bathrooms / Showers Beauty / Toughness / Resilient
Kitchen Beauty / Toughness / Resilient
Floor Tiles Beauty / Toughness / Resilient
Exposed Outdoors Beauty / Toughness / Resilient
* Ratings are used as a guide, individual applications may vary
Origin of Granite

Granite is literally as old as the earth. It is formed from liquid magma, the molten rock still found at the core of the planet, cooled slowly to form a substance approaching the hardness and durability of diamond. Granite is an igneous rock, the name reflecting its fiery beginnings.

Granites are formed from a collection of crystals which are molded together without any interspace between them or which enclose one another. The magnificent crystallinity of granite is a striking characteristic. Don’t forget Granite is a natural stone; no two pieces have the exact same characteristics.

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New Millennium Marble & Granite
Unit 1, 6 Charnfield Court
Thomastown Victoria 3074
Tel: 03 9464 0056
Fax: 03 9464 0057
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