Natural stone, nothing is more beautiful or more durable. For centuries natural stone has been used to lay foundations, construct buildings—including the pyramids—build fences, cover floors and much more. In more recent times, natural stone, especially granite and marble have become the material of choice for numerous applications in the home and office environment, especially for countertops. Both new construction and remodeling projects turn to natural stone for it timeless beauty and strength.
However, all those projects using granite and marble have created a problem...waste! Tons of granite and marble scraps are going into landfills each year. Natural Valley Recycled Granite is here to change all of that. Our 100 percent natural granite and marble split stone tiles are made from the scraps that have traditionally ended up in the landfill.
See our product on DIY Network’s “Bath Crashers” The “Grotto Shower” episode of DIY’s Bath Crashers began airing September, 2013 and features a feature wall of beaches blend on the tub wall. Click here for the complete schedule of when it will air.
The “Granite Suite” episode of DIY’s Bath Crashers first aired on April 15, 2013 and features a large jetted tub wrapped with a recycled granite surround as well as a focal wall of recycled granite. Click here for the complete re-air schedule.
“Would You Like A Massage With That” first aired October 28, 2013. Click here for the complete re-air schedule.
See our product on DIY Network’s “I Want That”
Our recycled granite tiles are featured on DIY’s “I Want That.” First shown on Nov. 21, 2012, the program continues to re-air. Click here for the complete schedule of when it will air.
Third in a series of “How to Install Recycled Granite Tiles”. This video focuses on options for outside corners including our custom corner pieces. Visit our YouTube channel to see additional videos.
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Natural Valley Recycled Granite goes from what looks like rubble to what looks simply remarkable!
Natural Valley Recycled Granite sources and manufactures its materials locally. This helps reduce transportation costs in addition to reducing scrap stone in our Indiana landfills. Additionally, in keeping with the green building movement, Natural Valley Recycled Granite may qualify for LEED® points, helping you come that much closer to qualifying as a green build.