Stone is a great flooring material because it's beautiful and durable.  Stone can also be flexible.  There's such an unbelievable range of colors, textures, and patterns which, if your budget permits are going to match just about any setting.  

While granite has become the most popular choice, the scope is enormous and fluctuates widely in price. You can even hire professionals for laying stone carpet (which is also called ‘ steinteppich verlegen ’ in German). 

Stone's tough features make it perfect for use in heavily used areas, like entrances and halls, but it's also acceptable for kitchens and baths – and it may create a gorgeous living space.   Regardless of this, installing rock stays a task for professionals.

1 drawback of rock flooring is the fact that it seems chilly – great for heating a space during summer and also for organic refrigeration at a cabinet, but elsewhere it may gain from underfloor heating to heat the surface.  

It's very important to remember that rock can become slippery when it's wet. The key sorts of stone floors are marble, granite, sandstone, and limestone.  

They're marketed as slabs in several sizes or as tiles, that are usually smaller, lighter, and thinner.  All rock calls for a powerful subfloor that could endure the substantial weight.  

Freshly quarried stone doesn't have the charm of old, but the end can be roughened to a more worn result by a procedure referred to as"tumbling", where the surface is blasted with little particles of limestone.