Limestone

Limestone is a beautiful stone that comes in varying degrees of hardness — some very soft and porous, others very hard. Limestone has a calcium carbonate base and, as such, is vulnerable to acidic substances. K&D Countertops can assist you with selecting the appropriate limestone for the environment in which it will be used. We have install limestone countertops and other surfaces with polished finishes or more popular honed finishes, to fit both your maintenance and aesthetic needs.

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  • Crema Europa
  • Cream with beige-grey points
  • Details
    Stone NameCrema Europa
    Stone Type3
    OriginSpain, Murcia
    ColorCream with beige-grey points
    Water Absorbtion(0.2-1%)
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeJurassic - Cretaceous
    Petrographic Typeoolitic limestone
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  • Comblanchien
  • Beige-cream with rare darker spots
  • Details
    Stone NameComblanchien
    Stone Type3
    OriginFrance (Bourgogne)
    ColorBeige-cream with rare darker spots
    Water Absorbtion-0.01
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeJurassic
    Petrographic Typeoolitic limestone
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  • Caliza Capri
  • Cream with beige points
  • Details
    Stone NameCaliza Capri
    Stone Type3
    OriginSpain
    ColorCream with beige points
    Water Absorbtion1-2.5%
    Hardness
    Geologic AgeJurassic - Cretaceous
    Petrographic Typeoolitic limestone
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  • Beaumaniere
  • Cream-beige with gold waved belts (spots)
  • Details
    Stone NameBeaumaniere
    Stone Type3
    OriginFrance (Bourgogne)
    ColorCream-beige with gold waved belts (spots)
    Water Absorbtion(2-6.5%)
    Hardness
    Geologic Ageprobably Jurassic
    Petrographic Typeoolitic (?) limestone
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