Countertops

Granite

A natural stone as old as the earth, Granite is one of the most popular surfaces for countertops. Available in a wide array of colors and patterns from small specks to wide swirls and movement.

Pro's - A hard durable surface resistant to scratching and heat

Con's - Porus, needs sealing, seams are visible, can stain, not easily repaired, and cannot get molded in sink.

Quartz

A material made of 93% quartz and 7% polymer. Quartz has quickly become a very popular choice in countertop surfacing. It's available in a wide array of colors, solids and variegated styles.

Pro's - A hard durable surface resistant to scratching and heat, never needs sealing, long warranty, seams are less visible.

Con's - Not easily repaired, and cannot get molded in sink.

Corian

A man made material also available in a wide array of colors and patterns. Corian seams are virtually
un-noticeable and it features the added benefit of a molded in sink.

Pro's - Seams virtually un-noticeable, 100% repairable, long warranty, molded in sink available, stain resistant and never needs sealing.

Con's - Not as scratch and heat resistant.

Marble

A soft and porus material best known for its beauty is best suited for floors and hearths.

Pro's - Beauty.

Con's - Can stain, needs sealing, soft material not easily repaired.

Laminate

Today's laminate is not what it used to be, better known as Formica, it has come a long way from the old days. With thousands of colors to choose from laminate is a good choice when budget is a concern.

Pro's - In expensive, seams are good, different edge styles available, doesn't stain.

Con's - Can burn, not heat resistant.

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