Alaska White Granite

What is Alaska white granite?

Alaska White Granite stands as a pinnacle of luxury and sophistication, hailing from the quarries of Brazil. This exquisite natural stone captivates with its pristine white backdrop, adorned with warm hues of grey and black that imbue it with an unparalleled depth and richness. Its compact and resilient composition ensures longevity, making it a coveted choice for discerning homeowners and designers alike.

Are you looking to buy Alaska white granite slabs or tiles?

Available in a diverse range of slab dimensions, Alaska White Granite offers endless possibilities for architectural design. From magnificent countertops to grandiose walls, elegant floors, and captivating architectural features, this granite serves as a canvas for creativity and refinement. Mainly available in 20mm (3/4”) thick slabs or tiles, ask for actual stock availability!

stunning Alaska white granite slabs 2cm polished.

Alaska white granite slabs

Alaska white granite slabs
Alaska white granite slabs, polished or honed, 20mm thick. Ideal to use as countertop worktop island, bathroom vanity top, walls and floors

What is Alaska white granite used for?

In residential spaces, Alaska White Granite finds its place as the centerpiece of kitchen countertops, infusing the heart of the home with luminosity and allure. Its light coloration and delicate veining create an ambiance of openness and tranquility. Additionally, it graces bathroom vanities, flooring, backsplashes, and fireplace surrounds, elevating every corner with its timeless elegance.

Beyond residential applications, Alaska White Granite finds favor in commercial settings, adorning reception desks, bar tops, tabletops, and wall cladding with its inherent opulence. Its versatility knows no bounds, seamlessly blending with diverse design aesthetics to create spaces of unparalleled beauty and sophistication.

How to Maintain Alaska white surface natural beauty

To maintain its pristine appearance and durability, regular cleaning and maintenance are essential. Promptly address spills to prevent staining, and opt for gentle, non-abrasive cleaners to safeguard the surface. Periodically resealing the granite ensures long-lasting protection against stains and moisture penetration, preserving its timeless allure for generations to come.


Specification Description
Material Name Alaska White Granite
Type Natural Stone
Color Predominantly white with silver, grey, and black veins, occasionally with beige or brown flecks
Origin Brazil
Primary Mineral Composition Quartz, Feldspar, Biotite, Muscovite
Density 2.63 – 2.75 g/cm³
Water Absorption 0.1% – 0.4%
Porosity Low
Hardness (Mohs Scale) 6 – 7
Compressive Strength 180 – 230 MPa
Flexural Strength 15 – 25 MPa
Finish Options Polished, Honed, Leathered
Surface Appearance Glossy (polished), matte (honed), textured (leathered)
Slab Thickness 2 cm (3/4 inch), 3 cm (1 1/4 inch)
Slab Size Varies, typically around 120” x 70” (305 cm x 180 cm)
Tile Sizes Customizable, common sizes include 12” x 12”, 18” x 18”, 24” x 24”
Edge Profiles Eased, Bullnose, Beveled, Ogee, Half Bullnose, and more
Common Applications Kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, flooring, wall cladding, backsplashes, fireplaces, exterior cladding
Durability Highly durable and long-lasting
Heat Resistance Excellent
Scratch Resistance High
Stain Resistance High, if properly sealed
UV Resistance High, suitable for outdoor use
Maintenance Requirements Regular cleaning with mild detergent, sealing recommended annually
Environmental Impact Natural and sustainable material, but quarrying has environmental impacts
Price Range $60 – $100 per square foot, depending on quality and source

*If you are a private client, contractor, architect, or designer, we can deliver to you wherever you are. All you need to do is find a stone fabricator or manufacturer in your area where we can deliver our product.