The choice between granite and quartz countertops has been drawn out for ages. If you face the same dilemma, this is the guide you need to set your mind on the best choice for you.
Knowing the difference between these two stones is essential to settling this dispute. You get a natural stone with a granite slab, broken down and polished into a fine finish. Quartz is not 100% natural and is mixed with polymer resin to make the finished product.
Granite countertops guarantee a wide selection, meaning the chances of matching with another client are limited. With quartz, you have fixed color schemes to pick from.
Quartz slab is engineered, meaning it is more environmentally friendly compared to granite. With granite, a lot of transportation is needed to meet the needs of your specific cut.
Granite slab countertops must be cleaned regularly to avoid stains and require a sealant to prolong their lifespan. However, quartz countertops are easy to maintain with just soap and water.
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