Their classic elegance stands out in the kitchen and bathroom and combined
with exceptional durability, the granite countertops you choose could be the
last countertops you will ever need in your home.
But if you are committed to care and maintenance, granite countertops will
give you the look and performance you desire for decades to come.
There are many enticing reasons to choose granite countertops, but there are
a few things to consider before choosing one for your home.
It’s hard to match the classic elegance of richly veined
marble countertops! While their popularity does rise and fall from time to
time, marble countertops remain one of the classic choices where premium
quality is desired.
However, for all its appeal, marble has its durability drawbacks for use in
kitchen and bathroom countertops.
Quartz kitchen countertops have certain qualities that make them special, even among other stone countertops like granite. You can find quartz kitchen countertops in many colors—from bright whites to cool grays, warm creams, and rich browns and blacks. Some quartz has veining that makes it look like marble.
A quartz countertop is engineered with the same quartz crystals found in quartzite, but a man-made process binds the crystal with resins, pigments, and other materials such as bits of glass. This process results in a very durable, non-porous countertop material that comes in a wide variety of colors and designs.
Porcelain is made from heating powdered stone and white china clay at an extreme temperature. Various impurities such as silica, mineral oxides, and feldspars are present in the clay, and they further add and enhance its strength and shades making it one of the sturdiest out there.
Slab Shower Walls
Shower Slab Walls Surrounds can be made from Granite, Quartz, Marble, and mostly other stones. These stone Slabs will make your shower and bathroom very elegant and sharp. Slabs are a unique alternative to tile and grout. They require less day-to-day care, because there are no porous grout lines to trap mildew and contaminants.
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