Looking to renovate your kitchen while sticking to a budget? If you want a custom kitchen without spending all of your savings in the process contact us and we will tell you how it is possible. We can help you design your kitchen whether you are keeping your existing layout or reconfiguring the kitchen to have a new layout. Contact us now at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718.667.3000.
Granite, quartzite, marble, quartz are these all the same thing? If this is a question you often ask yourself continue to read on to enlighten yourself with the difference between the three.
Granite, a natural material is an igneous rock with grains large enough to be visible with the unaided eye. It forms from the slow crystallization of magma below Earth’s surface. Granite is composed mainly of quartz and feldspar with minor amounts of mica, amphiboles and other minerals. This mineral composition usually gives granite a red, pink, gray or white color with dark mineral grains visible throughout the rock.
Granite countertops will need to be sealed before they are used and this will need to be repeated year after year for as long as you own the countertop. Granite is a porous stone and can only be considered to be stain-resistant if it has been sealed properly.
Quartz is a man made product which contains crushed quartz mixed with resin in a ratio of 93% quartz to 7% resin. They are manufactured in a variety of different patterns and colors. Quartz a maintenance free product that is scratch and stain resistant. It is non-porous and does not require any sealing.
Both are great options for new countertops. want to see samples of each? Stop by our showroom to see them in person.
When redoing your entire home there may be too many options. Ever consider using the same material throughout your home? Having the same countertop in your kitchen as well as your bathroom is perfectly fine. When doing this make sure you select a material that has a classic look that will never go out of style.
Featured here is a project we worked on and we used the same material in the kitchen as well as in 3 different bathrooms in the home. Using the Calacatta Gold Marble throughout the home was a great option because this beautiful stone will never go out of style.
Interested in changing out your countertop for a magnificent quartzite? This unique slab of Iceberg Blue Quartzite can change the look of your kitchen and really exemplify that wow factor homeowners are looking for. Not only will you have a nice looking countertop, quartzite is an extremely durable material.
Here are some images of a recently installed kitchen using this material for their countertop:
Changing out your old countertop for a new beautiful, durable granite countertop? Having trouble deciding on what backsplash to do? Ever consider doing a full backsplash of granite to match your countertop?
Using the same material as your countertop to go on your backsplash is a great choice. Having a full backsplash makes your kitchen design seamless.
A Kitchen renovation is not always a complete disaster. Especially when you choose the right professionals to do the job. Absolute Plus Kitchen can do your complete home renovation with ease and precision. We are highly recommended by our past clients.
Our customers were satisfied with the daily progress they saw throughout the renovation. Absolute Plus Kitchen met all the clients needs and was willing do to do any add ons the customer asked for.
Check out this recent renovation done in Staten Island within 2-3 weeks. This renovation included demolition, installation of new porcelain tile with the look of hardwood, new plumbing and electric work, installation of brand new kitchen cabinets and granite countertops, installation of tile backsplash, and installation of all appliances.