EV220 Eternal Fly:
EV220 Eternal Fly
It’s a versatile surface that may be
used for interior and external flooring,
kitchen and bathroom counters, raised flooring,
and stairs with the fewest possible seams.
Our slabs may be used in a variety of architectural situations, including kitchen worktops, highlight pieces,
ornamental displays, wet rooms, kitchen backsplashes, walls, and cladding, both indoors and out.
The large-format slabs enhance interiors by adding elegance and a distinct flair.
The huge slabs generate a striking visual impact while also boosting functional space and keeping the architectural style.
Quartz slabs from Everest Stone are available in 20mm and 30mm thicknesses to fit the needs of any project.
With Everest’s attractive choices, you may update your kitchen worktops.
Because of their great stain and scratch resistance, our materials are an excellent
alternative for families and companies that want to include them into their kitchen design.
For all kitchen applications, both domestic and commercial, we provide a large assortment of worksurfaces.
Everest provides a variety of colors and textures to complement your traditional or contemporary bathroom.
Everest is the appropriate surface for all bathroom applications because of its high-quality stone, durability, and antibacterial protection.
Not only features goods that are suited for interior uses but also for outdoor places such as terraces, front porches, and gardens by going beyond the usual.
Grey, often known as gray, is a hue that falls in between black and white.
Because it may be made up of black and white, it is a neutral or achromatic color, which literally means “without color.”
It has the appearance of a cloudy sky, ash, and lead.
A polished finish has a glossy surface that reflects light and draws attention to the stone’s color and veins.
This implies that the intricacies, colors, tints, and vein structure of the stone stand out more, emphasizing the stone’s inherent qualities.
These are surfaces with a predominant grain size of greater than 0.075 mm (more than 50%).
Quartz, feldspar, and calcite are the most common
thick-grained or granular surfaces, with sulfates, salts, and volcanic pitchstone being less common.
One of the hardest minerals on the planet is quartz.
Quartz is a popular and dependable countertop material due to its resilience and availability.
It is a natural stone that is sometimes
referred to as “designed” or “man-made.”
Depending on the quartz producer, the amount of natural quartz in a slab varies.