Material that is already purchased from other suppliers, we can fabricate and install. The material must be delivered to our Fabrication location.
Standard Granite includes the most common colors. Even though granite slabs may be classified as the same color, there might be a variance in tint, and certain colors are more prevalent in one slab over the other, even though, technically, they are of the same color.
Exotic Granite is due to the rarity of its appearance and the source. Our stone generally is imported from Brazil. It can have uncommon colors, veins and patterns and a noticeable amount of hard or soft minerals.
Quartz slabs are manufactured using upwards of ninety-three percent quartzite. The remainder is typically other natural stones, minerals and a resin which allows the compound to hold its shape. Quartz is just as beautiful as its quartzite counterpart, but is sometimes regarded as easier to maintain. The same resin that is used to bind the minerals together is what makes quartz slab non-porous.
Marble is a natural stone characterized typically by its soft veining. Although it comes in a variety of colors and patterns, most commonly marbles are shades of grey and white with veins rather than speckles. Marble is much softer than quartzite so as a result will show wear over time. Marble is very porous and therefore can easily stain. countertop sealers can be applied slow this absorption down.
Quartzite is harder than granite, which makes it an ideal surface for high traffic areas, but it is typically porous in nature. To keep quartzite looking its very best, it’s wise to seal the stone as required.