Granite Countertops

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The granite offered for residential and commercial applications comes from open pit quarries found all over the world. There is a large assortment of granites available to suit specific tastes and design applications, ranging from consistent grain structures and colors to multicolored stones with veins or movement resulting from the uneven distribution of minerals. Because the way granite was formed millions of years ago, it is synonymous with quality, strength, permanence, solidity and hardness. The characteristics make it an ideal choice for a kitchen countertop surface.


 
 
Quartz Countertops

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Quartz Slab material is 93% crushed quartz, one of nature's hardest materials. The quartz is combined with high-quality polymer resins and pigments and then compacted under intense vibration, vacuum and pressure into dense, non-porous slabs. The slabs are post cured, guaged to precise thickness, and polished to an enduring shine.


 
 
Sold Surface Countertops

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Solid surface products are manufactured with high performance resin systems such as acrylic and unsaturated polyester. They have very high filler content and do not have gel coats. These materials are used primarily in counter top and wall panel applications. A design benefit of solid surface materials is the ability to be machined to like wood, though special equipment and fabrication procedurs are required. They can be precisely cut and bonded to fit nearly any surface shape. Solid surface materials can also be routed for decorative edging which can be applied with specifically formulated adhesives. Since the colors goes clear through the product, scratches, chips and stains can be easily sanded out.


 
 
Laminate Countertops

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Laminate is a material that is constructed by uniting two or more layers of material together. The process of creating a laminate is lamination, which is common parlance refers to the placing of something between layers of plastic and sealing them with heat and/or pressure, usually with an adhesive.


 
 
Recycled Glass

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Recycled glass countertops are composed of 100% recycled glass (post consumer and pre-consumer) in a cement or petroleum based binder. A finished recycled glass countertop ranges from 70 to 85 percent in recycled content. Known named brands such as Ice Stone and Vetrazzo.