As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability, Michels Stone is pursuing innovative ways to develop products. When selecting and sorting material, the company works to utilize leftover stone that may not have fit perfectly into one of its established product categories. The team recently found a way to repurpose some smaller limestone blocks into beautiful, naturally shaped steps. Rather than converting this stone into an aggregate, Michels opted to saw the pieces into 6-inch-thick stair sections that can be installed quickly within any setting. The steps are rich with character and look as though Mother Nature set them in place millions of years ago. Available in chocolate or caramel color, the steps feature a bush hammered finish for added traction under foot. Contact one of Michels’ knowledgeable staff members for more information.
- 47The Natural Stone Council (NSC) conducted a comprehensive study of the natural stone industry. Forty-two North American companies responded to the survey, yielding data for a sum of 64 quarries and 45 processing facilities.
- 43Natural stone can add unique texture and elegance to a room, building, or outdoor space that can’t be achieved with other materials. Incorporating natural stone into interior or exterior settings can give both residential and commercial spaces a little something special. Whether you’re designing a residential space or a grand…