Countertops

countertop material | Granite

Granite

Granite is rock found in the Earth’s crust. It is naturally porous so it must be sealed to avoid staining. When using readily available styles, Granite is one of the most economical countertop options available to homeowners.

 Cost: $$$$

countertop material | Granite
countertop material | Marble

Marble

Nothing beats the look of real Marble. Unfortunately, Marble does require a lot of care. It is a “softer” stone than its granite cousin; its surface has the ability to be scratched. It is also must be sealed at more frequent intervals.

Cost: $$$

countertop material | Marble
countertop material | Quartz

Quartz

Engineered Quartz is a man-made, maintenance free product composed of mostly real Quartz. As the industry has grown, the ability to create intricate designs has helped boost the popularity of this product.

Cost: $$

countertop material | Quartz
countertop material | Onyx

Onyx

Known for its translucent properties, Onyx is popular in bar countertops, bathrooms, and even as wall art. Onyx slabs are generally smaller in size when compared to other natural stone products; as well as thinner.

Cost: $$$$

countertop material | Onyx

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