Stone flooring adds unquestionable elegance, timelessness and a touch of luxury, assisted by functionality.

In the past marble and granite floors were mainly associated with religious edifices, public utility buildings and wealthy private residences. However, these days such floors are also found in residential buildings and flats, adding to them an elegant finish. A great majority of floors in such realisations are made of marble with its subtle structure pleasing to the eye and they come in a wide range of pastel hues.

Granite floors, on the other hand, due to greater hardness of this material are often laid in office buildings, banks, shopping centres, hotels and other public utility buildings. They often create a sense of luxury and prestige and are an aesthetic hallmark of a company/ institution.

Stone floors perfectly cooperate with floor heating. Stone is a good heat absorbent and gives off heat long after the floor heating system has been switched off.

In our offer you will find marble, granite, travertine, conglomerates an sintered quartz. The surface may come in a variety of surface finishes – polished, satin and anticato. Our offer comprises fully comprehensive services – from design to professional installation of the flooring.

We also provide services connected with renovation of already existing stone floors.


Stone floors, marble floors

In the past marble and granite floors were mainly associated with religious edifices, public utility buildings and wealthy private residences. However, these days such floors are also found in residential buildings and flats, adding to them an elegant finish. Our clients often choose marble or granite floors. Marble floors feature softness and subtlety of the material, which makes it a perfect choice for interior decorations or an elegant finish of a bathroom or a kitchen, where resistance to stains or infiltration of water or other liquids is particularly advantageous.

Marble and other stone floors perfectly cooperate with floor heating. The stone is a good heat absorbent and gives off heat long after the floor heating system has been switched off.

Granite floors, on the other hand, feature the greatest resistance to damage and external factors, hence they are often found in prestigious institutions, office buildings, banks, shopping centres, hotels and other public utility buildings. They often create a sense of luxury and prestige and are an aesthetic hallmark of a company/ institution.