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Quartz Countertops

Quartz countertops are very popular. We will look at a very common comparison. Quartz countertops vs granite countertops. Do quartz countertops have advantages over granite countertops? Yes, they do. Do granite countertops have advantages over quartz countertops?...

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Kitchen Countertops

You can find kitchen countertops made of all sorts of different materials. These vary from granite to Formica. We will discuss stone countertops in this article. All stone, however, is not equal. Some are made by man and some, such as granite, are made by nature. When...

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Quartz: The Strength of Granite

Quartz is a facinating component of granite. Its scientifice name is silicon dioxide (SiO2). A chemical compound containing two parts oxygen and one part silicon. Quartz is one of the most well-known minerals and abundant minerals on earth. It also has more variations...

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Granite Colors to Delight

Granite Colors: Amazing Array Granite colors come in such an amazing array. The likelihood of not finding one that appeals to you is low. From the darkest black to the whitest of whites, the distinctly different choices are near endless. Granite Colors: Blacks Black...

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Mascarello Granite

Mascarello Granite: Exotic Beauty from Brazil Mascarello granite is a bold beautiful mix of browns, vibrant gold and soft cream colors with splashes of black. The beauty of this natural stone is really brought out by the dramatic patterns and accented by flecks of...

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How Do I Know Which Stone to Use?

At Superior Granite, we’ll help you every step of the way, from conception to installation. We have an extensive line of superior products and selections – from granite to soap stone, we know what type of stone should be used to best complement a variety of...

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What is Quartzite?

A metamorphic rock formed by the alteration of sandstone due to heat, pressure and chemical activity. The layers found within quartzite materials are very hard. Due to the incredibly high abrasion resistance of quartzite it can be difficult to quarry and fabricate....

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