The material that comes directly out from the quarry is called irregular flagstones: strong, clean and in its purest form. This material is used as nature has made it, with different shapes that are intertwined to show a traditional work. It can be put in facades with mortar or placed directly on the ground to make garden floors.
Quartz stone is really suited to make all kind of stone floors, such as promenades, garage slopes, stone sidewalks, as it provides a smooth surface and anti-slip texture.
Generally the thickness goes from 2 to 3 cm, but we can adjust thickness to construction needs. This material is appropriate for interiors as well as for exteriors, pavements or panelling. Quartz is the hardest stone what allow us to use them in less thickness offering the same technical characteristics as other thicker stones.
Textures depend on the stone formation, from the smooth slates, to the medium roughness of the quartzite and to the abruptness of the sandstones.
Irregular flagstones are ideal for flooring, stone facades, stone walls and for all places where you want to put natural stone spending not much money.