Granite

There are many benefits to choosing granite over another stone for your home. The main point is it’s durability and the hardness of the stone. You can count on your granite piece lasting longer than you stay in your home. Another benefit? It’s all natural! This natural stone evokes colors, movement and uniqueness that no other man-made product can give you. It is extracted directly from the earth, cut and polished with no added materials. No piece will ever match another exactly.

Understanding the Basics

Granite is extremely hard, durable and is resistant to damage and scratches. Granite comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes.

Granite is a naturally occurring stone classified as an igneous rock, formed by the cooling and solidifying of molten materials. One of the hardest, natural materials on earth. It’s durability makes it great for countertops and vanities.

Granite Finishes 

When picking out the color of your stone, you will also choose its finish. There are three types of finishes that are the most common in the stone industry. Your finish will change the overall look of your stone. 

Polished: smooth, shiny, reflective, mirror like surface that draws out the color of the stone

Honed: smooth, non-shiny or reflective, cuts down on glare, can be described as a buffed or matte finish

Leathered: textured surface, non-reflective

Quartz Care

Be gentle. Use warm water, mild or gentle soap, and a soft cloth for everyday wipe downs. Don’t use harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaners, or sponges. 

Stains: Although Quartz is stain resistant, it is not stain proof. To avoid stains do not leave spills on your countertops for long periods of time. 

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Quartz

Sparkling White Quartz
Sparkling White Quartz

Quartz is an engineered surface that is comprised of natural ground quartz, one of Earth’s hardest materials, and resin binded together. Quartz is extremely durable, scratch, stain, and heat resistant. Caution should be used with direct heat to your countertops of 400 degrees or more. Quartz is non-porous and does not require sealing.

Quartz Care

Be gentle. Use warm water, mild or gentle soap, and a soft cloth for everyday wipe downs. Don’t use harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaners, or sponges. 

Stains: Although Quartz is stain resistant, it is not stain proof. To avoid stains do not leave spills on your countertops for long periods of time. 

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Marble

Marble is a natural metamorphic stone mined from quarries all over the world. Each slab is unique with no two alike. It is a soft, porous material that requires a routine sealing process. While it is timeless and beautiful, it is susceptible to scratching, staining, and etching. Marble contains characteristics throughout the slab such as color and pattern variation, fissures or hairline crevices which may look like cracks, water spots or lines, pits and gaps, blemishes or dull spots, and clusters of mineral deposits. 

Marble Care

Treat your marble with care, clean with a soft cloth or sponge, clean any spills immediately, and take extra precautions with acidic foods and drinks. Do not clean marble with ammonia, vinegar, or any cleaning agents purchased at your local store. Use warm water and soap or a specific marble cleaner. Do not stand on, set tools or heavy equipment on, use arts and crafts, etc. 

Things to avoid: Acidic foods and drinks, red wine, coffee, lemon/lime juice, tomato sauce, abrasive cleaners or sponges, heat, cutting directly on the stone, standing, etc. 

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