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Coral Stone Blocks

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Coral Stone is a natural material that is formed by the sedimentation of fossils of marine species and minerals that have sought shelter at the bottom of the sea for centuries and hardening under pressure. Coral Stone is mined in oceanic coastal countries, oceanic island states such as Dominican Rep., Philippines, Mexico, USA. Stonecontact.com, you can find all kinds of Coral Stone blocks and boulders in various sizes at the best prices and directly from the quarry owners.

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What is Coral Stone mostly used for?

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Coral Stone is used in both interior and exterior applications such as wall veneer tiles, planters, architectural columns, swimming pool coping, slabs and patio stones.

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What is the difference between Coral Stone and Travertine?

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Both coral stone and travertine have holes. Both can be filled. Both are a form of limestone. Coral stone is formed in a seabed, while Travertine is formed in a hot mud spring.Generally speaking, travertine is a little denser/harder material. Generally speaking, coral stone will be less slippery than travertine and cooler under foot when used in a pool deck application.As with many natural stones, both coral stone and travertine could have considerable variation.Like travertine, the coral stone is available in more than one color. Some coral stone leans more white, some has a yellow cast and some picks up some rust and grey tones.Some may be really open-textured and suitable only for walls or exterior applications. (source: https://thestonequarry.com/coral/)

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Is Coral Stone durable?

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A product of nature, coral stone is able to withstand all types of weather conditions. It won't degrade under the intense sun, and it's not harmed by hot temperatures. It can be wet without damaging the surface, and it can even survive in areas by the coast where salt water is an issue.

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