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22Sep

Elegant LUCASTONE™ is THE Material for Your Denver Home

When considering which materials to use for your business or home, it's essential to be aware of all of your potential options. Most of us are familiar with the natural stone options like marble, granite, and quartzite. Have you heard of the engineered stone, LUCASTONE™? It's made of quartz that's pulverized into an aggregate and mixed with resin and pigment. The final product is a winning material that showcases the beauty of nature while boasting science's durability.

This highly sought after material is proudly brought to you by Francini Incorporated and can be found in 8 slab throughout the United States, including our newest location Francini Incorporated Denver, Colorado.

Why Are Colorado Residents Grateful to Have LUCASTONE™ in Denver?

LUCASTONE™ is one of the most versatile materials on the market. The applications are endless and include:

  • Flooring
  • Wall tiles
  • Tub surrounds
  • Backsplashes
  • Countertops
  • Vanities

LUCASTONE™ is an excellent choice for a tabletop or countertop because it has a granite look but is much lighter and easier to install.

Another great feature of LUCASTONE™ is that it's nonporous. No need for sealants or treatments that natural stones require. This non-porosity resists bacteria and other pathogens, making LUCASTONE™ Quartz perfect for medical facilities and laboratories.

Elegant LUCASTONE™ is THE Material for Your Denver Home!

The Benefits of LUCASTONE™ Go On And On!

  • Cleaning LUCASTONE™ Quartz could not be easier. Swab daily with a cloth dipped in a mild cleanser and warm water.
  • The high durability factor makes this material resistant to almost everything, including scratches, etching, stains, heat, and weather.
  • This material can complement any color scheme, available in an array of beautiful colors and patterns usually not seen in natural quartz.
  • Color and texture are consistent throughout each piece of LUCASTONE™ Quartz since it is human-made. That means, if for any reason, you manage to crack, chip, stain, or otherwise, damage your slab of LUCASTONE™, there is no need to fret. It is easy to replace with a new piece of LUCASTONE™ in the exact color and texture. This luxury is not available with natural stone.

Why is Francini Incorporated's Denver Location A Trusted Source for Top Quality LUCASTONE™?

Leading the industry with the finest stone and tile selection in the world, we're happy to back our LUCASTONE™ Quartz trademarked products. When you visit our slab gallery in Denver, Colorado, or any of Francini Incorporated's eight locations, you'll have the opportunity to see first-hand just how entrancingly beautiful this material can be.

LUCASTONE™ is a fantastic human-made surface that offers excellent variety. Choose a slab from your favorite stone importer's new location in Denver, or schedule a virtual tour with one of our sales representatives.

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