Jun 3, 2019
There are two limestones with considerable demand and international reputation in the market that are quite comparable, the Moleanos Fine from Portugal and the Capri from Spain. These are two very close limestones with light colour tone and fairly fine grain, with uniform background. However, they have their little difference and specific aspects that make […]
Mar 28, 2018
There are today two major grey limestones in the market that are normally considered for projects all over the world. They are the Jura Grey limestone from Germany and the Moleanos Blue limestone from Portugal. There are common misconceptions about these limestones and often people are confused and do not know the difference. Well, here […]
Mar 14, 2018
We introduce you here to a Portuguese grey limestone that has seen a great demand in the past year or so, due to its great grey colour uniformity and consistency. This is the Moleanos B1, which presents a fairly plain light grey background. In addition, due to its considerable strength, this limestone accepts well a […]
Aug 22, 2017
We discuss on this video the different of the Moleanos limestone from Portugal. This is a very versatile limestone that can present several variations, ranging from fine grain to medium grain, but also in terms of colour. If the Moleanos beige is the most common type, we can also find a Moleanos Blue, which presents […]
Jul 20, 2017
We discuss on this video the different surface finishings that are commonly used today on exterior cladding applications. Surface finishings can add or enhance the natural stone colour, structure and overall look, so the right choice of surface finishing is relevant. Due to the constant exposure to exterior elements, a good choice of surface finishing is […]
May 3, 2017
The Moleanos Blue (Azul) is a grey-blue limestone from Portugal that presents a fairly uniform background and quite some hardness. With a grain can range from fine to medium, the surface is quite specific presenting regular elements, such as fossils, shells and some lighter and darker spots. The Moleanos is a reference limestone in the world, […]
Mar 13, 2017
There are today different choices for surface finishings that can be used on exterior landscaping applications. What we see is that not all surface finishings would be suitable for such application, but the ones that are have some aspects in common like having an anti-slippery surface for example. We analyze on this video some of the […]
Feb 27, 2017
Possibly the most successful limestone from Portugal, the Moca Cream is a versatile and unique natural stone that can be used on about any project. This is a highly-produced limestone, with an incredible demand from the international market.
Jan 18, 2017
The Moleanos Classic is a famous and well-known beige limestone worldwide, being used on a large diversity of application going from flooring, cladding, stonework and more. It is a versatile limestone that accepts many surface finishings.
Dec 20, 2016
Grey limestones from Portugal are not so popular on the international market as they are still developing their own segment. On the other hand, this type of natural stone presents a great competitiveness, mostly through its remarkable features and high availability.
Nov 3, 2016
Portugal is definitely a great choice for beige limestones, since it offers a wide range of options, with both availability and quality. However, it can be difficult to select a particular type while facing so much variety.
Oct 26, 2016
As one of the most prominent limestones from Portugal, the Moca Cream displays a quite flexible structure capable of accepting numerous finishing techniques. Still, there are only five main ones that are currently popular and widely available.
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