Sizes of Indian Granite window sills:

Indian granite window sills available from:
600mm – 3000mm (100mm increments)
250×140 for Block work
300×140 for Block work plus cladding
350×150 and 450×150 for Stone work

Why choose Indian Granite window sills:

This beautiful stone is characterized by its natural grey colour, which is complemented by a reflective sparkle that is created by the presence of mica. Indian Granite is similar in colour to Wicklow / Leinster Granite, therefore it’s a perfect substituted when matching in to an excising build. The stone has a hand bush-hammered finish which involves using a bush hammer, which is a tool with many small, pointed hammers, to create a textured surface on the stone. The resulting finish often looks rough and natural, with small indentations and ridges.

One of the advantages of using Indian granite is its resistance to weathering and erosion. This makes it an ideal material for outdoor use, especially in areas with harsh climates. Another benefit of Indian granite window sills is their long lifespan. Granite window sills have been a popular choice for homeowners and builders alike for many years. This is largely due to their durability and ability to withstand the test of time. Unlike other materials such as concrete that may need to be replaced after a few years, granite can last for decades with proper care and maintenance. This makes it a cost-effective option for homeowners and builders who want a high-quality product that will stand the test of time. Overall, Indian granite is a beautiful and practical choice for any project that requires a touch of elegance and sophistication.

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Both types of granite are excellent options, as they are both know for their strength and durability. The main difference between the two stones is colour and finish. Ultimately, the choice between Chinese and Indian granite sills comes down to personal preference and the specific needs of your project.
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