PORCELAIN TAKES TOTAL PROS
While porcelain performs with amazing strength and durability in many applications, fabricating porcelain can be challenging without the right experience and technology. At Hard Rock Stone Works, we’ve been working with porcelain for years, and we know how to achieve the results you most want, here’s why:
BETTER RAW MATERIAL
We start with premium-grade porcelain and work with proven brands. See our current inventory for the most up-to-date listing.
We use state-of-the-art technology and proprietary processes to prepare your porcelain for a lifetime of beauty and service.
EXPERIENCED STONE SPECIALISTS
We use state-of-the-art sealers and proprietary processes to prepare your porcelain for a lifetime of beauty and service.
PROFESSIONAL-GRADE STONE CARE
Our Stone Defender product line includes everything from an annual maintenance plan to our proven, stone-safe disinfectant cleaner.
The unique features of your Porcelain can be artfully positioned and enhanced.
ROCK SOLID PROCESS
We know what it takes to do this right. Our process ensures great communication and ROCK DONE RIGHT.
GREAT PLACES TO ADD PORCELAIN:
Kitchen countertops, backsplashes, bathroom countertops, laundry room countertops, tabletops, sinks, showers, bathtubs, fireplaces and wall facades.
PORCELAIN IS ...
a manufactured ceramic material. It’s primarily made from a natural clay called kaolinite as well as other minerals which are fired in a kiln at extremely high temperatures. The result is ultrastrong and durable porcelain. Glazes and colors can be added to achieve various effects such as a high-shine or a natural stone pattern.
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The Mohs Hardness Scale is used to measure the hardness of minerals, ranking from 1 (softest) to 10 (hardest). Porcelain averages a 7 on the Mohs scale which makes it akin to quartz.
The kaolin clay used to make porcelain derives its name from Gaoling, a small village in China that’s been producing ceramics for over 2,000 years.
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