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STONES COLORS:

Granite

    MSI

    INTERSTONE

    CENTRESTONE

    CIOT

    HIGHLAND

    OLYMPIA

    A & V

 

Quartz

   CAESERSTONE

   LG

   WILSONART

   MSI

   HANSTONE

   K STONE

   HIGHLAND

 

Quartzite

Hanstone 

Marble

Onyx

 

 

 

PRODUCTS:
Granite Natural Stone
Marble Natural Stone
Quartz Countertops
 

                                  

SERVICES:

Our Process

Edge Profiles

 

 

ACCESSORIES:

Undermount Sinks

Integrated Sinks

Cove Backsplash

Full Backsplash

 

 

Natural stone care
 

 

Care

Avoiding Cracks

Do not sit or lean on weaker points in your countertop, such as the narrow area in front of the sink or cook top. Avoid standing or sitting on suspended tabletops such as breakfast bars or shelves. Granite can withstand very hot temperatures, however, rapid heat changes from cold to hot or vice versa could possibly crack your granite. If you have a seam in your countertop it is best to avoid setting hot materials on top of it. The epoxy in the seam is heat resistant, but can be melted if exposed to heat for an extended period.

Avoiding Chips

Chips in granite are not a common occurrence and are most often caused by banging something into the edge of the countertop. Heavy pots and pans and the bottoms of large bottles do most of the damage. Take care when you handle them around your granite. If a chip does occur and you find the piece that chipped out, save it. Most of the times it can be glued back into place.

Avoiding Scratches

Granite is quartz based material and can therefore be scratched by quartz or anything harder. Knives will not scratch granite, although cutting on your countertops is not recommended as your knives will dull very quickly. Diamonds will scratch granite. Removing diamond rings before cooking is recommended. Certain stoneware dishes contain rough silica sand and pose a risk of scratching. Some pizza-stones will scratch granite if they are spun around while cutting the pizza. If you use a marble cutting board make sure the rubber or plastic feet remain secure. If the marble ends up rubbing on the granite this does pose a scratching risk.

Sealing your Stone

Natural stone has been formed over millions of years but improper care can ruin nature’s beauty. Although we usually think of stone as “hard”, it is a porous material that can absorb spills and stains if left untreated. Sealing your stone with a quality impregnating sealer will prevent most spills from damaging your investment.Prior to installation, your countertops were sealed. However, we still recommend applying extra layers of a stone sealer every 6 months after the granite is installed.

There are a wide variety of sealers available, so you need to select one for your specific needs and natural stone type. Impregnating sealers, with new, advanced fluorochemical technology, penetrate the stone and help protect it against that natural stone is best protected with a fluorochemical-based sealer.

Once sealed properly, your stone is protected against everyday dirt and spills. Proper cleaning will help the sealer last longer and keep your stone protected without damaging your stone’s natural beauty.

 

 

 

 

 

GALLERIES:

Kitchens
Kitchens Contemporary
Countertops
Island Styles
Vanities
Offices
Custom Bars
Fireplace Surrounds

 


 

BUYING GUIDE:  

Choosing Natural Stones

Choosing Engineered Stones

Choosing Color

Choosing Edge

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

 

CARE AND MAINTENANCE:

Natural stone care

Engineered stone care

 


Stones Process

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