The New Valverde is a grey limestone, with a consistent grey colour, with some colour tone variation and occasional shells. Unlike the original Azul Valverde, this limestone is quite hard, accepting basically all kinds of surface finishings.
The supply of beige limestones from Portugal is quite rich and plentiful, with high availability and product quality. But among so many choices, it’s not always easy to select the proper limestone. The following video explains how to accurately do this selection like a professional.
The Travertine Classic is a very popular natural stone with a fairly uniform colour and great technical properties, resulting in a considerably versatile product in terms of different finishings. This type of stone has become rather emergent with a large demand on the international market.
The Moleanos limestone is a prominent stone from Portugal. There are different types of Moleanos, which leads towards a large variety of possible applications. This is partly explained by its great technical properties, from its great resilience hardness and resistance to its subtle beige colour and uniformity.