Granite

Granite Countertops

Is there anything more classic today than a granite countertop in a kitchen or bar? Tough, beautiful, and easy to maintain, it’s no wonder granite is considered a must-have for an updated kitchen. Because no two pieces will ever be the same, a piece of granite is like having a piece of natural art in your home.

LEARN MORE ABOUT GRANITE

Granite is a very hard natural igneous rock formation, formed from molten rock erupting from the Earth’s core. The visibly crystalline texture is formed by minerals such as quartz, orthoclase, or microcline, and give granite its distinct patterns of colors and veining. Valued for its beauty as well as its durability, granite has been used throughout history, especially for buildings and monuments. Most granite stones are sourced from Brazil, India, and Africa, although there are granite quarries throughout the world.

Granite Countertop in Kitchen
Granite Countertop in Bathroom

Benefits of Granite

One of the greatest advantages of granite is its durability. This long lasting stone stands up extremely well to the usual wear and tear of a busy kitchen. It is also one of the more affordable natural stone options.

Because it’s a natural stone mined from the Earth, no two granite slabs will be exactly alike. Your granite countertop or surface will have its own unique formation of colors, veins, specks, and swirls. Small crystals in the granite can even add subtle plays of light throughout the day as sunlight moves across the surface.

If you’re looking for the best way to transform the look of your kitchen and increase the value of your home, installing granite countertops is the perfect option. The wide range of colors makes it easy to find something to suit your tastes, and the durable material is versatile enough to support any design elements.

Add value to your kitchen with a high-end granite countertop. Schedule an appointment to learn more about your options!

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Caring for Your Granite Countertops


Granite is easy to clean and maintain. When properly sealed, your granite countertops will be resistant to stains and bacteria, but potent or acidic substances can stain or etch the surface if left for too long. Clean with warm water and mild soap, and avoid harsh chemicals and abrasives. No ammonia based products, bleach, or vinegar.

Granite is sealed with our DRY Treat 15-year sealer after installation.

When choosing your materials, we want you to make a selection that best fits your needs. We’ll go over the properties of your granite countertops with you before you decide, and address any concerns you may have so you can make an informed decision. We can’t wait to work with you, so schedule an appointment today!


Please Note: Samples of material may not match the final slab. When slabs arrive we give customers the option to view and approve the material before anything is fabricated. This allows you the chance to see the patterns and variations within the slab.