Granite curbs Granite is a volcanic massive rock that is characterized by high quality and durability. It is called the eternal stone because it shows the first signs of wear only after 500 years. The color palette of granite is huge, but most often found in gray. Its characteristics such as water resistance, durability, environmental friendliness and its aesthetic appearance make it a preferred material for making curbs. Granite curbs perform the function of ensuring the stability of the pavement and preventing the paving from moving and separating. They are also an aesthetic barrier of the whole. Curbs are made of many different types of natural stones. They are most often made and used of granite, because they provide durability under heavy load and external natural factors. Aesthetically beautiful and durable, granite curbs are an important part of the exterior of public or residential areas. They are placed in parks, pedestrian streets, alleys, as well as in the landscaping of gardens
Skirting boards are used for decoration, but also connect the window and masonry. Therefore, window sills must have durability and strength. Depending on the materials used, the costs, properties and their maintenance have significant differences.