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Soapstone

Soapstone in Phoenix and Scottsdale is quickly becoming the choice by designers, architects, and homeowners simply because of its one of a kind texture and look. Ranging in age from 300 to 400 million years old, it's no wonder people everywhere are "Wowed" by its organic nature and feel.

Exclusively distributed by Stockett Tile & Granite, Dorado Soapstone is making its debut in Arizona. While soapstone is quarried throughout the world, Dorado provides us with an authentic Brazilian Soapstone. Cool to the touch, it gives the smooth feeling of rubbing a piece of dry soap, hence the name "Soap" Stone. Its look is warm, organic, rustic, and contemporary encompassing a wide range of design styles. Soapstone exudes an earthy feel with deep colors and a sleek appearance.

Virtually indestructible, imagine this versatile natural stone lining your bathroom vanities and showers. Fireplace hearths to countertops, sinks to pizza ovens; soapstone is naturally bacteria resistant and will not burn, stain or etch.

Once Stockett installs your Soapstone in your Phoenix or Scottsdale home, we will apply a coat of mineral oil; no man made sealers are necessary. This step reveals your stone's unique personality, with a rich black matte finish that brings out the beauty of its natural markings. It's important to consistently care and maintain your Soapstone surfaces to preserve their classic look.

Stockett Tile & Granite takes pride in our state of the art manufacturing facility used to fabricate your Brazilian Soapstone.  What sets us apart from the rest is our attention to detail.  Nearly invisible seams and matching the continuous patterns of the stone is a skill that is instilled in each of our craftsmen.  Achieve that perfect final touch by choosing from an array of edge styles.  

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