Have you ever wondered how the aesthetically appealing massive monuments buildings are constructed? What type of marbles, stones, porcelain are used to erect the magnificent piece of art? Have you ever pondered upon how these big Marble Porcelain slabs have been manufactured and transported? A few centuries and decades ago, authentic natural stone look porcelain slab were used to create monuments and buildings. Still, due to their dense and bulky profile, they were difficult to move from one place to another, apart from their transportation issue, the primary factor was money and cost. The natural stone look porcelain slabs are costly, and maintenance costs are higher, and they require high maintenance techniques to preserve their shine and lustre for decades. To find a way out of the natural Stone look porcelain slab’ limitations and struggles, human-made stone and marble look porcelain slab replaced them in most architectural beauties. The big and massive stone or marble look porcelain slabs are used in most parking areas, big walls, countertops and other areas where traffic is higher. They are also installed in the areas prone to damages caused due to natural, chemical, accidental wear and tear, fading, staining, and other related damages. The reason behind using the stone or marble look porcelain slabs in the high traffic areas is due to their characteristics and properties that include their sturdy, rigid profile and water-resistant, dust-resistant, and durable properties. That’s the reason why they are considered to be one of the best matches for high traffic outdoor patio areas and parking spaces of malls, offices, residential flats and houses For heavy-duty countertops in the big kitchens or cooking spaces of hotels, restaurants, offices, and residential areas. Apart from their many exceptional physical properties and characteristics of stone and marble look porcelain slab, these slabs come with a sundry of colour options and textures and numerous sizes too from big format slabs to smaller format porcelain slabs. The profile and density of porcelain slab are thin, and thus it makes it a lightweight material. Therefore, porcelain can easily transportable and easily installable as slabs, blocks, and more.