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For some time, GRANITE has been the countertop material of choice when there are no other things to think about-such as money. Granite defines elegance in kitchen, even the modest kitchens seem like luxury when flavored by the beauty of granite countertops.Granite is a hard and dense natural stone formed deep under the earth’s crust when cooling magma compressed Mica, Feldspar, Quartz and other minerals under heat and pressure into an endless array of colors and patterns. Natural granite comes in thousands of colors and patterns, so your hardest choice might be which slab to choose.

The classic elegance of granite brings the perfect high-quality touch to a kitchen or bathroom. The many great qualities of this material make it one of the most desirable countertops on the planet! In fact, its durability allows it to last nearly a lifetime with proper care and maintenance.

Granite is known for being a scratch, stains and bacteria resistant countertop that can also withstand high temperatures. You can even chop things directly on the counter, but it isn’t a good idea since the granite will dull your knives quickly. Most slabs will last for decades without marring or chipping at the edges. If sealed properly, and regularly, the beauty of this material can be enjoyed for a long time. Most granite countertops manufactures will recommend initially sealing the slab and resealing every five years.Due to its unique appearance and timelessness, granite countertops are a top choice for both residential homes and commercial spaces. Granite comes in a large variety of colors, patterns and styles that can enhance any design. From exotic finds to more common types, you’re sure to find the perfect match for your project needs.

Repairs are possible using professional patching compounds and tints.


  • Granite is very strong
  • Strong and durable
  • Nearly 3,000 different colors and types
  • Nearly maintenance free


  • Expensive material
  • Not for a DIY installation
  • Can crack if stressed or improperly installed
  • Stone is porous and requires sealing to avoid stains