Our team works integrally to offer the client high-resistance surfaces with granite, marble, and quartz materials. The usefulness of these materials can be seen in many places around your property, such as kitchens, cabinets, sinks, bathrooms, fireplaces, and decorative objects.
We work in residential and commercial areas. We have applied our stones in companies, homes, apartments, restaurants, and offices. We create valuable spaces full of life for each client, always personalizing individual tastes.
In stock! Granite countertops remain among the best high-end options for kitchens and bathrooms. His popularity seems to have staying power and may be growing. New granite countertops make your home more valuable and attractive, with a return on your investment ranging from 80% to 100%.
Granite countertops are made from minerals and rocks such as mica, feldspar, and quartz that combine to give granite a variety of colors, textures, and patterns. It is second only to diamonds in terms of the hardness of natural materials. Because of this, it is not susceptible to scratches and withstands wear and tear very well. As it occurs naturally, no stone is identical to another, making it highly versatile in fitting into a home with a traditional or modern design.
Granite and many natural stones are porous and require periodic sealing to prevent staining. Sealing the granite will also prevent etching and give you a more hygienic surface. Warm soapy water is all you need for daily cleaning.
As beautiful as Marble is, it is one of our most delicate materials. It's a super soft material which means it's easier to stain, scratch or even chip. We highly do not recommend kitchen countertops but any other small (not as busy area) project will do just fine and give it that beautiful flow natural stone has.
Although quartz countertops are relatively new, their popularity continues to grow due to their many qualities, such as attractive appearance, consistent color, and durability.
With low maintenance and endless color options, engineered quartz countertops offer a tempting alternative to natural stone. While the initial costs may seem higher for quartz, the lack of maintenance costs more than makes up for it over time.
Quartz countertops are 93% quartz and 7% resins, polymers, and various pigments, making them resistant to scratches, dents, and cracks. Although the resin binder is almost
bulletproof, quartz doesn't handle heat as well as granite, be careful with hot pots and pans, even with hot hair tools. You can find a variety of quartz countertops, from solid colors to faux granite, that hardly anyone would suspect; it can suit virtually any style. Quartz is non-porous and requires no maintenance. It resists stains and will not harbor bacteria or viruses.
You can always be sure that your quartz countertop is clean. Warm soapy water is all you need for daily cleaning.