Both quartz and granite make a kitchen or bath look and feel more elegant and clean, but will they help sell a home? Experts say yes.
If you need a countertop that is scratch-, stain-, and acid abrasion-resistant, granite is the best option for you. It can easily withstand exposure to high temperatures and is non-porous, so it does not harbor bacteria.
However, granite does require minimal care to ensure that it stays in great condition, including removing stains, and sealing and wiping down the surface.
When you go shopping for granite countertops, you’ll find a range of colors and “looks” to choose from, and matching the right shade and stone appearance to your design scheme is part of the fun.
If you’re choosing a natural stone for your project, such as granite, marble, onyx, quartzite, limestone or travertine, it’s best to view the actual slab you want to use
Kitchen Remodeling One of the great benefits of a tile backsplash—setting aside the fact that it’ll protect your kitchen’s walls from unsightly, unsanitary food spatter—is that it can add great aesthetic appeal, visual diversity and color to your kitchen design, and yes we do that too! Tile Backsplashes for your Kitchen Most backsplashes are constructed…