Transylvania, or as Romanians call it Muntii Apuseni, which means the Mountains of the Setting Sun, and the Carpathian Mountains are a range forming an arc roughly 1,500 km across Central and Eastern Europe, making them the second longest mountain range in Europe. This beautiful area possesses concentrated thermal and mineral waters as well as commercial deposits of a wide variety of natural resources, including gold, silver, iron and limestone.
Laid down over countless millenia, limestone is formed by layers of marine in the quarry. Extracting the stone requires the use of specialized machinery to cut it precisely without causing any damage to the stone. Resido’s quarry is located in the heart of Transylvania, neighboring Babeni – a small, authentic Romanian village, surrounded by green hills. From this quarry, Resido excavates approximately 800 cubic meters per month. The quarry is also equipped with elaborate drillers and extensive diamond wire machines, which allow exploration of the quarry in different benches at the same time. This produces an optimal range of materials.
Resido’s range of limestone tiles offers variations for any project, from a rustic shape and appearance, to a futuristic one. The wide range of materials and machinery secures Resido’s ability to successfully manage any global project.