Granite Spotlight

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Taj Mahal Quartzite

What is Taj Mahal quartzite? Taj Mahal is a quartzite from Brazil. This white quartzite resembles the Italian Calacatta marbles in appearance, but is much harder and more durable. It can be used for kitchen countertops without having the scratching-

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2cm Alpine White granite

   * Timeless Natural Beauty * Here are a few photos of another installation we completed several years ago. This installation used 2cm Alpine White granite but the homeowner wanted it fabricated a little different than usual. She wanted her-

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3cm Golden Fantasy Granite from Dal Tile

 * Timeless Natural Beauty * I wanted to share these photos of an installation we completed several years ago. We used 3cm Golden Fantasy granite for the kitchen countertops and full backsplash. With this project we were able to book-match-

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How do I seal and care for my granite countertops?

(The image above is an installation using 2cm Bianco Antico granite.) Keep your granite countertops looking great! Now that you have your new granite countertops installed you are probably wondering how to take care of them. We will seal your-

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A Beautiful Alternative to Marble

(2cm Calcatta Laza prefabricated quartz.) Why is marble not recommended for use in kitchens? Marble is beautiful and timeless. It is a natural work of art that is also challenging to maintain. As a general standard, marble is not recommended for-

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How do I select my granite?

(The kitchen installation used 2cm Alaskan White granite.) What is granite? Granite is a light-colored igneous rock with grains large enough to be visible with the unaided eye. It forms from the slow crystallization of magma below Earth’s surface. Granite is-

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Waterfall Panels – to do or not to do

(The image is a recent countertop installation that uses 2cm Fairy White quartz.) What is a waterfall panel or edge? A waterfall panel is easily recognizable because the countertop drops vertically down the sides of an island or open-ended area instead-