Perdas was founded in 1995 in the borough of Paulilatino, with the initial objective of helping planners and administrators in the restoration of buildings and historical sites of Sardinia, using material naturally found on to the island.
The company expanded over the years until reaching a prestigious position in their use of Basalt, Granite and other natural stone found inland for paving, both interior and exterior ornamental cladding and the recovery and restoration of buildings, town squares and historical town centres.
It is the Company’s enthusiasm, competence and their strong ties with tradition, as well as their interest in research, that provide its benchmark for excellence and allow it to continually create new lines whereby the quality of the raw material and the artistic beauty of their work emerge and fuse with the historical and stylistic characteristics of Sardinia.
Natural Stone is, for the Company, a synonym of strength, elegance, longevity and vigour, characteristics that are transfused in even the simplest architectonic element, rendering each piece of work unique.
The quarry is situated in central western Sardinia, on the slopes of Montiferru, found just 20km from their sawmill in Paulilatino, and is completely owned by the Company.
It is an open ‘pit slope’, allowing for the extraction of large masses of basalt.
It can be reached through a side road not far from the touristic spot of Saint Leonard and is scarcely visible: a fundamental aspect of its low impact on the environment.
The quarry guarantees a constant quality and quantity of material, allowed for by the large dimensions of its extraction basin.
The natural stone has a compact structure, with a uniform gray, almost blue colour.
The company makes use of the CE branding, conformant to the regulations EN 1341 – ENI 1342 – EN 1343, and DOP (declaration of performance), as compulsory from the 1st July 2013 (regulation CE n° 305/2011).
Certification ISO 9001: the regulation defines the requirements for quality control by our organisation.
ISO 14001: identifies the guidelines of the environmental standards that must be applied.
Solar Panels – Renewable Energy – Eco-friendly construction of green buildings.