This type of finish does not show any shine, it is the most popular finish in limestone. It truly shows the color of natural stone.
This finish enhances the beauty of the natural stone, brings shine to the stone. This shine can be adjusted according to the nature of the project.
This finish makes the face of the limestone smooth and with ups and downs. It is widely used for outdoor flooring.
Bushammered finishing produces an irregular, textured surface in natural stone. Finishing machines producing this finish use pneumatic hammers to carve the surface.
This type of finish makes the entire surface of the natural stone look uniform, in beige color. Due to these characteristics it is a very common finish in covering of walls and cladding.
The scratched finish has been increasingly used in recent years, mainly for leaving a modern look. This finish can be easily customized, allowing you to define the spacing between lines, or put it curved.
Cleft slate has a unique look to it and is sought after for its rustic appeal. It tends to be incredibly durable, and even if it chips or flakes, the naturally uneven texture will disguise the damage.
Sawn produces a somewhat rough and irregular surface with small furrows and undulations. It finishes makes the stone lighter and gives it a matte tone.
A flamed finish cannot be applied to all stones, It is only used on hard limestones generally. A Flamed finish is produced when an intense flame is fired at the stone, causing the surface to burst and become rough.