Our team of highly trained templators and programmers utilize digital technology to ensure razor sharp accuracy for every cut. We offer our clients 2D layouts that provide detailed information on cutouts and flow, adding transparency to the fabrication process. Our state-of-the-art machines, operated by professional robots, finely cut and miter pieces to exact specifications, ensuring a perfect result every time. We are also committed to the finest quality finish, utilizing the highest-grade Italian finishing machinery for polishing. Our skilled artisans then put the finishing touches on each piece with expert hand polishing and precision mitering. Armina is dedicated to providing our clients with unparalleled quality and professionalism.

We are proud to provide speedy, precise services to all our valued clients. Our top-of-the-line technology and equipment allow us to meet the highest standards of quality and efficiency, ensuring that we can deliver all projects in a timely manner. Our commitment to providing quick turnaround times is a testament to our dedication to our customers and the products and services we offer. We are pleased to be a reliable partner in ensuring that all your needs are met in a timely, cost-effective and professional manner.


The first step in proper stone care and maintenance is to understand your stone’s geological classification and composition. This information will help you identify the appropriate cleaning products to use and the best way to care for your natural stone to ensure your complete satisfaction, and provide years of long-lasting, durable beauty. Natural stone is categorized into three fundamental geological classifications by their respective formation processes, which are Sedimentary, Metamorphic, and Igneous. Additionally, stones in each category can either be Calcareous or Siliceous. Calcareous stone is mainly composed of calcium carbonate, a chemical compound commonly found in natural stone, shells, and pearls. Calcium carbonate is sensitive to acidic solutions; hence, mild, non-acidic cleaners are recommended. Siliceous stone, as the term implies, is one primarily composed of silicates, such as quartz, feldspar, mica, etc. Consequently, a siliceous stone is generally resistant to most acids found in kitchen settings. Nonetheless, it is not recommended to use acidic cleaners because these stones can contain trace levels of acid minerals.

Armina Stone


Polished: Grinding, sanding, and buffing produce a high-gloss, mirror-like surface.

Honed: Grinding and sanding produce a smooth, yet not glossy finish.

Flamed: A flamed surface is achieved by subjecting the stone to the high- temperature flame of a torch, burning most of the carbon content, leaving textured Quartzites with gentle relief.

Leather: This finish gives the stone a suede look and feel. The texture is smooth and slip-resistant.