Dark Grey Granite *Out of stock*

Description A highly contemporary and desirable mid-grey stone. It’s sassy, acts kind of shady- the rockstar of the natural stone world. For those who like a bit of attitude!
Why choose Dark Grey Granite?Dark Grey Granite is a superb dense and durable stone. It is very slip resistant making it an excellent choice for when non-slip is a priority. Its cool tones offer a modern, urban look favoured by architects and designers. It is accurately sized, cuts well and is easy to lay. Remember dark colours retain more heat - so we would suggest not using this product in a continuous full sun position in the northern half of the country. There is minimal variation from tile to tile. The tiles contain a small amount of mica which sparkles in the sun. Some pieces of Dark Grey Granite may display minor white veining which adds visual interest.
Maintenance Minimal. Seal with penetrating sealer to make cleaning easier. Click here to learn more about how to care for your natural stone.
Relative PricingMid range - higher than Himalayan Quartz and concrete.
Stocked Tile Sizes400 x 400 x 20mm, 600 x 400 x 20mm, 600 x 600 x 20mm
Stocked Matching PiecesCoping - Bullnose, Square edge, Rebated Bullnose, Rebated Square Edge, Grande, Bullnose External Corner, Rebated Bullnose External Corner, Rebated Square Edge External Corner, Square Edge External Corner, Skimmer Lids, Cobblestone, Grate
AvailabilityOUT OF STOCK
Custom OrdersYou can choose your own sizes, pattern, profile and surface finish - allow 8-10 weeks from order date.
Slip Rating (Wet Pendulum)A P5 (V) pendulum classification, (AS 4586) “New surfaces” is the highest wet pendulum classification available under the current standards. For pool surrounds, a minimum of P4 is required.

Disclaimer:Due to the colour variations inherent in natural stone, care should be taken when laying your tiles. It is recommended that tiles/pavers from all crates should be blended as the job proceeds. Both thickness and dimensions may vary up to +/- 2mm. Therefore, tiles may have to be graded accordingly.

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