Granite exudes elegance in a kitchen and as the use of it becomes more widespread, prices have come down. Stone upgrades even the most modest kitchen. It holds up to heat and comes in a range of colors. It is substantial and will last a lifetime. It can have a mat finish as "honed" or a shiny polished finish. New sealers are almost maintenance-free but granite can require some periodic sealing and some stones, particularly marble, can absorb stains despite being properly sealed. Granite has the second highest hardness rating after diamonds but any stone can crack if it is stressed in transport or installed improperly. Stone offers a high value to home buyers and, particularly, granite kitchen countertops are elegant and timeless.
The clear coat finish adds a boost of shine and provides a durable protective surface to your renewed countertops. If youve been dreaming of new countertops for a long time but a Corian or Granite makeover just isnt in your budget, definitely consider revamping your tired laminate or Formica countertops now with this exciting new product. Not only is it inexpensive and easy to do yourself, but the results are durable and stunning. Colors can be mixed to match any décor and style. A few hours of your time and a roll up your sleeves and get it done attitude, can easily and affordably transform your kitchen or bathroom countertop in time for your next social gathering to impress your friends and family. Who knows? Your guests may be so impressed with you expertise, that they may decide to transform their own countertops too.
The term "Solid Surface" for this acrylic-based material category is confusing, These countertops are so-named because they are just what theyre called, "solid." However, they are solid and custom-made, manufactured, seamless countertops as are the quartz-based engineered stone countertops. In addition, the term is doubly confusing since stone countertops (granite, marble, limestone) and wood (butcherblock) are also seamless, "solid" countertops, as opposed to veneer-like countertops as laminate or tile. 3. Tile: Ceramic, Aluminum and Copper While ceramic tile seems old-fashioned as a countertop material, it has many pluses. It is durable, inexpensive and easy to clean. Ceramic tile counters are usually installed one section at a time and most people can easily work with the materials. Ceramic finishes are excellent because they take hot pans, are easy to clean and are available in a number of different textures.
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