The Official Home of Dakota Mahogany™ Granite
The real Dakota Mahogany™ is an American granite, quarried in South Dakota, USA.
The Commercial Division supplies granite blocks to fabricators around the world. Dakota Granite™ is international known and respected in the stone industry for being THE source of Dakota Mahogany™ granite. Dakota Mahogany is one of the most popular granites in the world, not only because of the rich warm color, but because of its durability and inherent value. Dakota Granite's Dakota Mahogany has been used throughout the world on various building projects and interior applications.
Architects and developers recognize the value and security that Dakota Mahogany encompasses as a supreme building material. Dakota Mahogany is a preeminent material amongst banks, financial institutions, hospitals and corporate buildings. The combination of feldspar and quartz transcend a warm rich tone that displays subdued warmth of color while creating a sense of comfort and experience.
The quarrying process of today utilizes wire saws and high pressure drills. These quarrying techniques have increased quarry yields and minimized stress to the granite blocks themselves. Dakota Granite has an inventory of blocks available for block inspectors to choose from that will meet the requirements for any granite project.
Experience Dakota Granite's hospitality, we invite you to visit our quarries and headquarters in Grant County, South Dakota. The sales staff and quarry personnel work closely with block inspectors to ensure your needs are met and block selections have been successful. The personal service, purchasing experience and shipment of blocks will results in a smooth transaction of goods.
Dakota Granite owns and operates five different granite quarries. Three Dakota Mahogany™ quarries; Sunset, Whetstone and Brown Velvet. And two specialty quarries; American Bouquet and Bellingham. Each quarry produces blocks available for any project. We offer various block sizes and quantities to fill the demand of even the largest project.