Everywhere in the Ossola Valleys there are traces of the preciousness of stone and of its large use. The name DOMO GRANITI, known for the prestige of its quarries, has been active in this mountainous region of Piedmont since 1976. For the past 40 years it has been dedicated to the extraction and cutting of ornamental natural stones: Serizzo Antigorio and Formazza, Pietra Sempione, Beola Grigia, Beola Bianca, Beola Ghiandonata and Bianco Walser.

DOMO GRANITI comes from the word “Domodossola”, the main town of the Ossola Valley (locally called "Domo" or "Dom" in dialect). DOMO GRANITI is equipped with high-tech machineries and carries on a complete cycle of production: starting from cutting rock walls in the quarries to the production of slabs in the plant of Trontano (VB) Italy.

To promote its natural stones DOMO GRANITI has been participating for years to the international "Marmomacc" exhibition in Verona and to "China International Stone Fair” in Xiamen.


Our Quarries

DOMO GRANITI’s natural stones are extracted into its own quarries. The quarrying process begins by cutting rock walls with the use of the newest technologies and, depending on the characteristics of the quarry and of the material, with the use of diamond wires and special detonating materials. Residual products also include shapeless blocks that can be used for different purposes such as rivers embankments.

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Natural Stones from our Quarries

DOMO GRANITI manufacturing cycle

The production of slabs takes place in the plant of Trontano (VB) Italy. The slabs are carefully selected, supplied to Clients in different thicknesses, with different processings on the surface: honed, polished, bushhammered, flamed, waterjet, sandblasted, brushed. Slabs will then be used in the building industry or could easily become part of every environmental context, adding solidity, value and elegance. The final use is wide: flooring, coverings, street furniture, funerary and the building industry.
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