Natural Stones Provider in Miami

For more than 25 years Primestones has built and strengthened relationships in the stone business around the world. We are committed in a continuous search for new high-quality suppliers and materials. This lifelong experience together with well-prepared personnel allows us to provide a vast range of products with exceptional quality and competitive price.

In our showroom, you can find full size slabs of natural and engineered stones. The inventory includes exotic granites, sophisticated marbles, stunning quartzites, modern engineered quartz surfaces, among many other varieties from all five continents, available both in 2CM and 3CM.

Besides a large stock, we have superior service as a core competency. For the Primestones’ team the goal is to overcome clients’ expectations. From the front desk and the sales team to the warehouse associates and the drivers, the focus is what to do to better serve you. We have a motivated and happy team that works united to provide the best experience to our shoppers.

We appreciate your interest in our company. Our joy comes from an everyday effort to offer a product that we are proud of showing and to provide a service that makes our client happy.


The structure is medium to fine grained and compact. Their colour varies from dark gray to black. Fractures and joints are common. Their weight varies from 18 kN/m3 to 29 kN/m3. The compressive strength varies from 200 to 350 N/mm2. These are igneous rocks. They are used as road metals, aggregates for concrete. They are also used for rubble masonry works for bridge piers, river walls and dams. They are used as pavement.


Granites are also igneous rocks. The colour varies from light gray to pink. The structure is crystalline, fine to coarse grained. They take polish well. They are hard durable. Specific gravity is from 2.6 to 2.7 and compressive strength is 100 to 250 N/mm2. They are used primarily for bridge piers, river walls, and for dams. They are used as kerbs and pedestals. The use of granite for monumental and institutional buildings is common. Polished granites are used as table tops, cladding for columns and wall. They are used as coarse aggregates in concrete.


These are sedimentary rocks, and hence stratified. They consist of quartz and feldspar. They are found in various colours like white, grey, red, buff, brown, yellow and even dark gray. The specific gravity varies from 1.85 to 2.7 and compressive strength varies from 20 to 170 N/mm2. Its porosity varies from 5 to 25 per cent. Weathering of rocks renders it unsuitable as building stone. It is desirable to use sand stones with silica cement for heavy structures, if necessary. They are used for masonry work, for dams, bridge piers and river walls.


These are metamorphic rocks. They are composed of quartz, mica and clay minerals. The structure is fine grained. They split along the planes of original bedding easily. The colour varies from dark gray, greenish gray, purple gray to black. The specific gravity is 2.6 to 2.7. Compressive strength varies from 100 to 200 N/mm2. They are used as roofing tiles, slabs, pavements etc.


It is a metamorphic rock. It is having porous and sponges structure. It contains high percentage of iron oxide. Its colour may be brownish, red, yellow, brown and grey. Its specific gravity is 1.85 and compressive strength varies from 1.9 to 2.3 N/mm2. It can be easily quarried in blocks. With seasoning it gains strength. When used as building stone, its outer surface should be plastered.


This is a metamorphic rock. It can take good polish. It is available in different pleasing colours like white and pink. Its specific gravity is 2.65 and compressive strength is 70–75 N/mm2. It is used for facing and ornamental works. It is used for columns, flooring, steps etc.


It is a metamorphic rock. It is having fine to coarse grains. Alternative dark and white bands are common. Light grey, pink, purple, greenish gray and dark grey coloured varieties are available. These stones are not preferred because of deleterious constituents present in it. They may be used in minor constructions. However hard varieties may be used for buildings. The specific gravity varies from 2.5 to 3.0 and crushing strength varies from 50 to 200 N/mm2.


Quartzites are metamorphic rocks. The structure is fine to coarse grained and often granular and branded. They are available in different colours like white, gray, yellowish. Quartz is the chief constituent with feldspar and mica in small quantities. The specific gravity varies from 2.55 to2.65. Crushing strength varies from 50 to 300 N/mm2. They are used as building blocks and slabs. Theyare also used as aggregates for concrete.

naturali stone miami
miami stone brick
natural stone solutions miami
261 nw 71st st, miami, fl 33150
meonia stone
natural stone solutions pompano
natural stone solutions miami miami, fl
natural stone solutions sarasota
natural stone miami
opustone miami
landscape rocks miami
miami stone company
miami stone installer
brick pavers miami
faux stone depot miami
miami stone oklahoma
driveway pavers miami
pavers miami wholesale
concrete pavers miami
internet service providers doral fl
hiq internet
internet providers miami
international mall
at&t internet
internet definition
xfinity internet
internet speed test
at&t authorized retailer doral, fl
at&t store doral 33178
att doral
internet only service
home wifi providers
air fi internet
streamline voice & data
webpass internet miami
best internet service providers miami
tv and internet providers in miami
wireless internet miami
high speed internet providers in miami fl
hiq internet coverage
primestone colombia
primestone technologies
granite slabs miami
primestone capital
pumice stone
prime stone
primestone nz
keys granite natural stone showroom & slab yard miami
granite express hialeah, fl
granite slabs for sale miami
discount granite miami
slab depot miami fl
florida granite
granite slabs orlando
slab depot miami florida
primestone capital aum
primestone capital assets under management
adam lister primestone
benjamin devaux
nikolaus von abercron
benoit colas
martin donnelly primestone