Granite is usually considered the highest quality desktop surface and can add value to a home. A special granite countertop offers a valuable life. They are durable, easy to care for, and have a unique and timeless beauty.
Cheaper materials are often of lower quality, leading to a shorter life and susceptibility to damage such as deformation, cracking, deformation, erosion, or even melting. In contrast, a granite kitchen worktop is heat impenetrable, extremely hard if cared for properly, and will last a lifetime.
While granite countertops are a low maintenance option, it’s important to note that contact with abrasives or sharp blades can cause scratches or chips. It is also important to avoid contact with acids as they are corrosive.
However, this damage is rarely permanent. A professional can usually repair chips and scratches to return the surface to good shape. Granite can also be polished to keep it shiny.
Granite countertops are specially cut to meet the specific requirements of each customer’s size and style. Since proper installation is critical to avoiding breakage.
A reliable contractor carefully measures the stone and precisely adjusts it to the dimensions of the kitchen to ensure a beautiful finish and a permanent installation that you can enjoy for decades.