We offer a large range of counter tops from the most popular brands in the industry featuring some of the best granite, quartz, marble and stone counter tops. We provide supply, fabrication and installation. Time frame usually takes 5-7 working days from the time the template is complete.
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QUARTZ Quartz countertops are growing in popularity. Quartz is an engineered stone and is the marriage of natural minerals and modern technology. The natural mineral quartz is bonded together with man-made polymers, it becomes a highly durable countertop selection with the sparkling beauty of a natural looking stone and the wherewithal to hold up in the kitchen. As a man-made product, it can also be produced in a variety of colors to meet the demand for the most popular looks – it is even available in options that look like granite and marble. Quartz is available in pure white and other solid colors giving projects a more monochromatic and minimalist designed for contemporary designed homes. Quartz is non-porous, does not require sealing, and is also heat resistant, chemical resistant, and fends off etches and scratches.
GRANITE Granite is a natural material that is both distinctive and durable for a beautiful kitchen. Granites may have some white in the background, but mostly they are found in colorful shades with striking flecks – reds, greens, golds, creams, rusts, blues, silvers and even blacks are colors you can find in granite. Granite has a lower porosity than some natural stones, and many types of granite do not need to be regularly sealed. Some types of granite may need to be sealed at the time of installation. Granite offers a high level of resistance to abrasion and scratching. The primary minerals in granite materials are resistant to virtually all chemicals commonly found in a home; however, there may be trace minerals present in some granites and granite-like stones that are vulnerable to some acids.
Marble is a natural stone and is a popular choice based on its aesthetic appeal, with pronounced veins and bold colors. Due to their mineralogical makeup, all marbles are vulnerable to either abrasion or chemical attack. Abrasive attack occurs most commonly from common kitchen utensils, and can be prevented with the judicious use of protective cutting boards and similar measures. Marble is better suited to bathrooms rather than kitchens. The use of cleaners containing abrasives must be avoided. Chemical damage is usually brought about by exposure to acidic items, such as lemon juice, tomatoes, vinegar, etc. With proper care, a marble countertop will stay beautiful so don’t rule it out. Sealants and cleansers for marble have come a long way!
Quartzite is a metamorphic rock made almost entirely of the mineral quartz. Quartzite is usually white or light-colored because quartz sand is light colored. Additional minerals carried by groundwater can impart hues of green, blue, orion-red. Quartzite is considered to be a much harder wearing natural stone than granite. Not only does this make for a tough stone, but it also makes it easy to tell quartzite from other stones. That means it’s harder than glass and harder than a knife blade. These things are easy to test with a sample of quartzite stone. There is only one kind of quartzite and it’s hard. A rock labeled as soft quartzite is most likely marble. The confusion surrounding quartzite and marble is understandable. The stones look alike, and the abundance of conflicting information further muddies the water. Thankfully, the properties of quartzite make it easy to distinguish from other stones.