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Granite CounterTop

Granite CounterTop

Traditional granite countertops have a high-end aesthetic appeal that will add value to your home while also providing an extremely durable surface. Granite is a natural stone, which makes each piece one of a kind.

  • Hardest of all natural stone countertop materials.
  • Highly resistant to staining, scratching and heat.
  • Largest selection of colors.
  • Ideal for kitchen countertops.
  • Granite counters add value to your kitchen.
  • Granite resists bacteria and dirt.
  • Granite is easy to fix in the event that it does scratch or chip.
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    Marble CounterTop

    With its timeless look, this natural stone will bring an element of class to any space in the home. Most marble is white with grey veins, but there are other, more exotic, colorations to this beautiful natural stone. In addition to its lavish appearance, it can also increase the value of a home.Marble is the favorite stone of sculptors and architects in ancient Rome and Greece because it is relatively soft and easy to carve without shattering.

  • Classic and elegant stone with a timeless style
  • Great for bathrooms, fireplaces, and furniture tops
  • Aesthetically pleasing, whether polished or honed
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    GemStone CounterTop

    In addition to being unique and colorful, gemstone countertops are also heat-resistant and stain- resistant. Most homeowners will use these exotic stones as an eye-catching showpiece. Vanities, shelves, and even framed art are some of the most common uses for these spectacular stones.Gemstone countertops bring color and sparkle to any room. Gemstone kitchen countertops brighten dark spaces or add a focal point to a white kitchen. The bright stone colors and distinctive patterns of gemstone fits well with traditional and contemporary design. In the kitchen, a gemstone countertop or small work space works with many kitchen cabinet colors, including white, black, and light or dark wood.

  • Made from semi-precious stones
  • Extremely Unique
  • Some types are semi-translucent properties
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    Most commonly used in bathrooms, limestone has a sandy look that often captures fossilized plant and animal life, giving it a certain primitive appeal. Limestone is most often white or cream-colored, and it is commonly used to create a beach theme within the home.

  • Natural, ancient appearance
  • Good for low traffic areas
  • Can contain fossils
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    Engineered stone, also known as quartz, is practically maintenance-free. This kind of stone does not require any sealing, and it is resistant to stains, acid, scratches, and heat. Available in many colors and patterns, quartz has become a very popular countertop option in the 21st century.

  • Non-porous
  • Resistant to stains, acid, scratches, and heat
  • Contemporary look
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    This material is one of the most aesthetically pleasing stones due to the fact that it brings a warm, inviting look to any application. This material lends itself to a classic old-world look with a modern feel. Some of the top designers in the world commonly use this material because it is great at reflecting light and making rooms appear brighter.

  • Luxurious look - Eco-friendly
  • Used for facades, stairs and decorative pieces
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    Highly stain-resistant and bacteria-resistant, soapstone commonly comes in a range of grey colors from light to dark. It also stands up to acidic materials, such as lemon juice. This stone is also heat-resistant.

  • Heat resistant
  • Vintage look
  • Changes with time (ages)
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