ONE STONE FOR EVERY NEED- KOTA STONE

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ONE STONE FOR EVERY NEED- KOTA STONE

Kota Stone is a fine-grained variety of limestone obtained from Kota, Rajasthan, India. It is available in attractive, earthy colours. It is non-slippery, water-resistant, non-porous, can be rough finished or polished to a high shine. However, it does not have the sophisticated appearance of Marble or Granite. It is more rustic looking. It is used both in interiors and in exteriors, commercial spaces, external staircases, pathways, corridors, driveways, and balconies etc. A very similar stone is the Shahbad stone found in North Karnataka. But Shahbad is mostly grey.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF KOTA STONE FLOORING?

Beautiful Polished Kota Stone looks beautiful because of it’s nice smoothness and shine.
Natural Like Marble or Granite, Kota is a natural stone and is bio-degradable and a green option.

Finish Kota stone can be finished according to requirement such as one-side honed, both-sides honed, hand cut, machine cut, polished, mirror finish and calibrated etc.
Hygienic Kota, being non-porous and moisture resistant, is a hygienic flooring option in humid regions.
Cool Kota reflects heat and is always cool and comfortable underfoot.
Affordable Unlike Marble or Granite, Kota stone is very affordable. In fact it is the cheapest stone among other natural stones.
Wide range Kota is available in beautiful colours like black, pink, grey and beige. though the rich greenish-blue and brown colours are the most popular.

WHERE IS KOTA STONE FLOORING BEST SUITED?
Due to it’s durability and affordability, it is the most preferred choice among natural stones in large spaces like industries and commercial buildings and homes of eco-conscious people. It is sometimes used as a wall cladding because of its natural colouring and sheen.

EXPLORE A WIDE RANGE OF COLOURS:
Kota stone is a naturally available limestone with an elite blend of shades. It is usually available in the Kota district of Rajasthan state of India . Kota stone is well known for its attractive colors. However, the brown color is the popular. Other colors are – Black, Pink, Grey, and Beige. Physical properties like hardness, non- porous and homogeneity make it extraordinary from other stones

THE FINISHES IN KOTA STONE ARE:
Kota stone is used in two finishes i.e. rough dress and polished finish. It is an excellent building stone for Pathways, Corridors, Driveways, Commercial buildings. It is also used in chemical industries due to its resistant properties.

Kota stone can be finished in various ways according to requirement such as Natural Cleft both faces, one side Honed, Both sides Honed, Hand Cut/Machine Cut/ Polished, Mirror Finish and Calibrated etc.

OUR BEST SELLING AND WIDELY APPRICIATED KOTA STONE VARIANTS:

– Honey natural shade in Kota Stone

– Honey natural shade in Kota Stone

– Green shade in Kota Stone

– Green/Blue shade in Kota Stone

– Brown shade in Kota Stone

THE VERSATILE APPLICATION
Kota stones can be used in Exteriors, Pathways, Corridors, Driveways, and Balconies etc.
Colors of Kota Stone
Kota Stone is a natural stone found in attractive, beautiful and eye soothing natural shades of greenish blue and brownish color.

BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP’S TEAM OF EXPERTS HAVE AN EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE OF KOTA STONE, ITS APPLICATION, ETC.

Kota Stone flakes; however, periodic polishing using polishing wax can eliminate this phenomenon. Since it is limestone, it is not resistant to acid and alkali. The stone is used throughout India, especially in government offices & institutions.

WHY BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP?
– We source directly from mines owner
– Thus best quality is made available to our clients
– No Mediator, thus you have to pay less
– An efficient team guarantees Quick Delivery
– The expert workforce ensures that we provide All kind of Finishes as per the client need.
– Quick Shipping
Get 1st export quality Kota stone blocks, slabs, tiles and covings direct from our mines.
We always maintain a huge stock of Blue Kota Stone and Brown Kota Stone in our stockyard located in Kishangarh Kota.

KOTA STONE AT BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
Kota Stone is a limestone and famous for its low price and beautiful colors. People like Kota stones due to its charming appearance and long life. Kota stone has unique properties that make it 1st choice for builders. We offer export quality Kota Stone Slabs, Blue Kota Stone, Kota Limestone Polished Tiles, Kota Stone Covings , Full Size Kota Stone Blocks, and Brown Kota Limestone in yellow shade.
BHANDARIMARBLEGROUP is one of the biggest producer of Kota Stone . We mine and process over 1 million sq. mt of export quality kota stone every year. We all so have the only mines of Acid Proof Red Mandana stone at Mandana, Kota. Wholesale rates are available for Kota stone exporters, importers, local suppliers, and construction companies.

FEATURED PRODUCTS
– Blue Kota stone Wholesale
– Kota Blue
– Kota Blue Natural Tiles, Honned and Sandblasted Tiles Brown Kota Stone Exporters
– Kota Brown
– Kota Brown Polished, Antique Finish Tiles and Cobbles Limestone coving manufacturers India
– Covings
– Kota Stone Covings available in various size. Kota Blue Limestone Mines India
– Bricks
– Tumbled Kota Blue and Kota Brown BricksKota Blue Limestone Wholesale Suppliers Kota
– Cobbles
– Kota Stone Cobbles are available in Tumbled finish.

DESIGNERS AND ARCHITECTS ARE WELCOME
We personally invite designers and architects to find exclusive quality of stone for all types of projects.
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MORE QUESTIONS?
We can help you answer those questions.
Contact Us:
BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP
Since 1631
+91-9672941111/9116341111

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