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Granite, Quartz & Silestone Countertops

Put a modern twist on your kitchen with new Silestone countertops!Put a modern twist on your kitchen with new Silestone countertops!
Granite countertops are a perfect option for your next remodel.  Stop by today and check out our selection!
Granite
Granite gives your bathroom countertops a sense of depth that could not be found at such intensity in any other man made material. It is made up of hard material which makes it resistant to heat, which keeps it from melting or scratching easily. In addition it is a surface resistant to bacteria. This rock is then polished and made into a durable fine looking countertop that adds sophistication and value to your home.
Quartz countertops are a perfect option for your next remodel.  Stop by today and check out our selection!
Quartz
Often considered as an alternative to granite, quartz surfaces are a popular choice for kitchen countertops. More durable and long-lasting than granite, quartz is one of the hardest materials in the world, making it a viable choice for a kitchen countertop. Quartz surfaces are stain and heat resistant, making them easy to maintain. The non-porous quality of quartz also makes it highly resistant to mold and bacteria contamination.
Silestone is a combination of natural quartz and other raw materials that are extraordinarily hard and resilient.
Silestone
Silestone is a combination of natural quartz and other raw materials that are extraordinarily hard and resilient. These characteristics combine to create an ideal surface for kitchen countertops, bathrooms, flooring and wall siding. Silestone products undergo a strict quality control process to ensure that the best materials are available for your project.

What is the difference between marble and Silestone?
Marble is a softer stone and therefore stains and scratches appear more easily on the surface. Silestone is mainly made of quartz, one of the hardest natural minerals, which makes it resistant to scratching, staining and impact.

What is the difference between granite and Silestone?
Silestone is a quartz product that includes other raw materials to improve its durability and design possibilities. Unlike granite, Silestone doesn't require a sealer.

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