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 Jura Grey is a grey limestone from Germany, which is very popular with a growing demand. This is a type of limestone that can be used on pretty much any kind of application, both interior and exterior. This limestone may also present different variation that we present you on this video.
As a reference beige limestones from Portugal, the Moca Cream has a strong position in the market, with limited competition. Famous for its well defined parallel vein and uniform beige colour, the Moca Cream can accept an wide range of finishings for both interior and exterior uses.
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.