How to Choose the Right Granite Color for Your Kitchen

While remodeling your kitchen you may feel overwhelmed. Everything these days comes in multiple options, including your choice of granite colors for kitchen countertops. All of them are beautiful and because granite is a natural material, each slab vary in pattern and color. So which color do you choose? Here we’ll go over a few …

Granite and Marble Makes A Good Impression

For thousands of years granite and marble have been thought of as the most luxurious building material available. From palaces in Rome, Greece or Egypt to some of the most important buildings throughout history, granite and marble have been associated with wealth and success. What better way to bring new life and value into your …

Granite Countertops Installation

Granite Countertops Installation. Do It Yourself Guidelines Tools required: – Straight edge – Spirit level – Tri-square – Drill bits with suitable drill for granite – Suitable saw (Hand held) for granite – Jig Saw (for wood) – Polishing heads – Adhesive (Akemi, Araldite, Polyurethane glue) 1. Prepare the base: The existing cabinets should be firmly …

How to transport granite countertops

Transport granite countertops – Do It Yourself Once granite countertops are installed, they are nearly indestructible, but in transit, granite is quite fragile. Most granite shops provide installation services that include transportation. Handy homeowners can save money by installing the counters themselves. With the right equipment and preparation transporting granite can be effortless. Granite is a rigid, natural …

How to remove stains from granite

There are different types of granites, different hardness of each granite and a lot of different colors. In addition, there are different surface finishes like polished, brushed, honed or leathered. There are also dozen of different granite sealers on the market. Every piece of granite is different based on color, hardness, and pattern. One sealant …

Cleaning Countertops Comparison

Which is the easiest to sanitize? Laminate, wood, tile, concrete, stainless steel, and granite are the most common materials used for home counters. When choosing a surface, appearance and price are always the top priorities. However, homeowners should also consider the sanitary properties of each material. In an experiment published by the Hospitality Institute of …