Basalt is a volcanic rock with a fine grain structure. In its composition, it includes iron and magnesium, which makes it extremely strong. The name of this stone comes from Latin and means “very hard rock”, which is completely true.
In the past, basalt was used for road pavement. Currently, this stone is extremely valuable in industry and construction, because of its physical properties, such as strength and density. Basalt is an incredibly strong material that is durable, both in indoor and outdoor conditions. It is ideal for outdoor areas with heavy foot traffic.
Basalt is easily combined in any interior style, as it can be used for cladding fireplaces, accents on the walls, as well as flooring on the terrace.
When using basalt for the facade, it maintains a low temperature in the rooms during the warm months.
Basalt for flooring (interior and exterior)
Basalt for facades
Basalt for fences
Basalt for fireplaces
THE PRICE OF BASALT DEPENDS ON
High-quality basalt has a small number of holes on its surface.
It is homogeneous and consists of gray to black color.
For non-standard sizes, the basalt price changes.
SOME OF OUR BASALT PRODUCTS
What are the different types of basalt?
Basalt belongs to volcanic rocks. It is usually gray to black in color and its surface is grainy due to the rapid cooling of the lava.
Can basalt be used in high traffic areas?
In the past, basalt was used for road pavement. Basalt is an incredibly strong material that is durable, both in indoor and outdoor conditions. It is ideal for outdoor areas with heavy foot traffic.
What is the best way to clean basalt?
For daily care of the interior and exterior, it is enough to wash the dirt from the surfaces with a soft broom or rag with water.
How can I prevent stains on the basalt surface?
To further protect the beauty of basalt floors indoors and outdoors, we recommend using impregnation. The nano-effect of this treatment ensures that dirt does not penetrate the stone – it just rolls off! In this way, the impregnated surfaces are optimally protected from external influences.
Is basalt durable?
Basalt has a coefficient of 6 on the Mohs hardness scale. This ranks it close to the strength of granite. Basalt does not change its beauty and color over time.