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Popular Colors For Granite Countertops

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Granite countertops have been around for quite a while. Even though they are not as popular as they were once (quartz countertops are the most popular), they are still in high demand among homeowners and home builders. The Complete Kitchen and Bath Design Studio is the premier fabricator and installer of fine countertops in the Charlotte NC area thanks to its parent company, PRO-TOPS, which inventories a large selection of granite slabs and fabricates over 60 countertops per day from its state of the art facility located in the Charlotte area. Below are the most popular colors for granite countertops, as well as several reasons why you should consider granite countertops for your kitchen remodeling project.

Top Popular Colors for Granite Countertops In Charlotte

Top Reasons for Choosing Granite Countertops for Your Kitchen Remodel

There are several reasons why it makes sense to choose granite countertops over other types of materials for your kitchen remodel. Below are the top reasons you should consider granite countertops:

Natural Beauty and Uniqueness

Granite countertops are fabricated from slabs cut from large sections of granite. Granite is not a man-made material like quarts and has taken millions of years to acquire its original coloring and marking. No wonder granite countertops were so popular (still popular today) when they were first installed in kitchens two decades ago. Each granite countertop is a unique piece of natural art. Homeowners who own granite countertops (especially Level II, III and exotic granite) can marvel at the thought that their granite countertops are 100% unique and are made from granite dating back millions of years.

Color variety

Because there are so many options with granite colors and patterns, granite countertops are easily matched with any kitchen style. Granite countertops are a great match for casual and classic kitchen styles, from simple to luxurious. Quartz countertops, on the other end, are more modern looking and better suited for contemporary style kitchens.

Easy maintenance and durability

Granite countertops do require more maintenance than quartz countertops, but not that much more. Granite is porous and therefore its surface needs to be sealed before usage. Once it has been sealed, granite countertops resist water and are easy to clean and maintain. They make for a great surface to prepare food. Granite countertops are also scratch-resistant, heat resistant and highly durable. Because quartz countertops are made of quartz and resin, they are not as heat resistant as granite.

Surface finishes

Another reason why homeowners prefer granite is because its surface can be finished in different ways. You can choose from three different finishes for the surface of your granite countertops for a different look. A polished surface is the most popular option for granite countertops and results in a high-gloss, mirror like surface. A honed finish is a non-reflective satin looking finish. A rough finish has no shine.

 

If you are in the market to remodel your kitchen (or bath) and are looking for granite countertops, we would love to hear from you. If you live in the Charlotte area, we invite to visit our our Kitchen and Bath showroom where industry professionals can answer your questions and guide you through your kitchen remodel.
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