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Understanding Your Countertop Quote

Are you shopping for countertops for your remodel project or new build? Are you having trouble understanding your countertop quote? Don’t worry; we have you covered. Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about countertop quotes. First things first, you...

Most Popular Granite Countertop Colors 2020

Homeowners from around the world prefer granite for their countertops for a plethora of reasons. Granite is a nonporous natural stone that is perfect for high traffic areas like your kitchen or bathroom. Granite countertops provide a clean aesthetic for your overall...

White Marble Countertops

White Marble Countertops

White marble is a perfect countertop for discriminating homeowners. This luxurious natural stone surface coordinates perfectly with almost any interior design. Marble has been used to create opulent homes for more than a thousand years. Throughout the ages marble has...

Can You Cut on Granite?

Can You Cut on Granite?

Granite countertops are just gorgeous. Their classic refinement exudes distinction in a kitchenette matched with exceptional durability. However, granite countertops require the best maintenance and are not cheap. But if you are committed to their upkeep, then a...

Silestone Vs Caesarstone: Which Is Better?

Silestone Vs Caesarstone: Which Is Better?

Caesarstone and Silestone are two top brands of quartz and both offer a very large library of quartz colors. So, how do you decide the best brand of quartz countertops for your kitchen? The first thing you must do is to learn the differences between the two brands of...

Does Quartzite Stain?

Does Quartzite Stain?

A question I often get is about various stones and how they compare in terms of staining. One of these questions today I am answering is "Does quartzite stain?" or "Is quartzite stainproof?". I wanted to write this article to cover this question but in more detail for...

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Granite Countertops

Granite is a light-colored igneous rock with patterns and veining. Granite is mostly white or light background with patterns or veining stretching throughout the rock giving the stone character and its natural beauty.

Granite is an igneous rock with between 20% and 60% quartz by volume and at least 35% of the total feldspar consisting of alkali feldspar. Check out our granite color library.

Wood Countertops

Wood countertops are typically 1.5″ thick and laminated. This type of countertop will keep a rustic feel in your kitchen or bathrooms. A lot of projects use a natural stone perimeter and wood countertop for the island.

Wood countertops are also known as butcher block. This countertop material is very popular in many areas of the USA.

Travertine Countertops

Travertine countertops are very durable and offer a wide variety of characteristics and features. A lot of quarries offer cross-cut or vein-cut options which add even more character.

Most people use travertine countertops in their bathrooms due to the fact that it will soak up water and moisture.

Quartz Countertops

Quartz is a man-made material formed with high heat and resin. Veining is typically created with coloring machines that can mimic marble or other natural materials. These characteristics can be repeated giving the same patterns which are great for countertops and attractive to homeowners.

There are many quartz brands available with different patterns available. Check out our quartz brands and color library.

Marble Countertops

Marble is a soft material used in many building applications. It is mostly sought after for its unique beauty and brilliant characteristics. Marble is a metamorphic rock composed of recrystallized carbonate minerals, most commonly calcite or dolomite. Marble is mostly white with beautiful gray or cream colors throughout the stone.

Marble is a great choice for a bathroom vanity or shower curbs. Check out our marble color library.

Solid Surface Countertops

Solid surface countertops are man-made material used commonly in new construction homes. This material is good for homeowners on a budget but want great designs budget-friendly. Lately, the price of solid surface has gone up and is almost comparable to low-cost granite options.

Some homeowners choose a solid surface for the simple fact that you will not see or feel the seam where the pieces are joined together. There are many solid surface brands offering variations in color options.

Quartzite Countertops

Quartzite is a very hard material in many beautiful creamy white and exotic colors. This material is excellent for many different applications especially kitchen countertops. Quartzite is a popular choice for higher-end projects due to the higher price.

Quartzite is a great material because it is very hard to scratch and is extremely durable just like granite or man-made quartz countertops.

Soapstone Countertops

Soapstone is a beautiful material commonly used in higher-end countertop projects. Soapstone is usually a gray to black color with veins that give it so much beauty and character.

Soapstone countertops are very soft and can scratch easily. Soapstone also requires more maintenance than granite or quartz countertops.

Stainless Steel Countertops

Stainless steel countertops are very popular among chefs and people with a very industrial type of style. Stainless steel can be used to chop foods, prep foods but most importantly it is the most sanitary of all surfaces. That is the reason most restaurants use stainless steel.

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