Every home has a unique style and sense of decor which appeals to the owners taste. The kitchen is no exception in this situation. Depending on the general design being modern or more traditional, the countertop, if chosen wisely, will make the kitchen look wonderful. If the wrong choice is made however, then it could be a disaster. A modern design will excellent with a glass countertop. On the other hand, a more traditional design would look wonderful with a granite countertop.
Stone countertops include the most popular countertop in recent years, granite. Not only does granite offer beautiful coloration that is attractive, it is also incredibly durable. Marble, and other types of countertops are included in this grouping, however granite tends to be the most popular. Maintenance for stone is also easy, be sure to avoid using abrasive cleaning pads since they could dull the polished finish. Cleaning the countertops can be achieved with a cleaner comprised of one part water to one part bleach. Also a licensed contractor can polish countertops to remove some stains, scratches and burns.
Granite kitchen countertops are often bought as whole blocks and trimmed to fit. They are extremely heavy and are best installed by professional contractors. Price-wise, granite costs as much per foot as some of the best hardwood for kitchen countertops, are a bit more expensive than engineered stone, and cost much less than stainless steel countertops. When properly sanded and sealed, granite countertops can last a lifetime. In addition, they are treasured by homeowners because each granite block is an artwork in itself. Unlike engineered stone countertops which are man-made and therefore have pre-set patterns, granite is natural stone and thus have patterns, textures and colors unique to them. Nobody can have exactly the same granite kitchen countertop as you, and if only for this, then this material can be considered the best you can find.
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