Charlotte Granite Countertops

We offer our customers in Charlotte not just granite countertops, but also marble and travertine countertops. All our products are of high quality and long-lasting, so you cannot go wrong by choosing any of them. Still, depending on your preferences, you may like one type of rock more than the others.

To help you make up your mind about which product to purchase, here’s a brief overview of each type of stone we use for our countertops.

Granite Countertops Are Appealing and Long-lasting

Granite is one of the oldest rocks on the planet. It’s made up of crystals, and is usually coarse grained in texture and remarkably though. Because of its commonness, granite has long been used in construction.

Granite countertops are extremely popular, for three reasons. First, they have a high gloss, which makes them appealing to look at and easy to integrate into any kitchen setup. Secondly, they are remarkably resistant and are not easily discolored or damaged. Thirdly, they require relatively little maintenance – while you’ll have to clean them with water and soap every once in a while, they don’t require any complicated maintenance procedure.

Marble Countertops Are Eye-catching

Marble looks wonderful, but is not as hardy as granite, and thus more susceptible to damage. Staining can also be an issue with marble.

That said, marble countertops usually come with a high polish that makes them look simply amazing. If you want a countertop that will make your kitchen more appealing, then marble is the ideal choice.

Marble comes in several colors including blue and green, and can have many hues. This makes marble the perfect solution if you’re trying to make your kitchen look special.

Travertine Countertops Are a Great Alternative to Granite Countertops

Travertine, which usually occurs in limestone caves, has long been used in construction. Today it’s also used for countertops.

When well polished, travertine looks magnificent. Its durability is also good, meaning that a travertine countertop will usually last for decades if properly maintained.

It should be noted that maintenance is crucial when it comes to travertine countertops. We advise you to closely follow the maintenance guidelines we provide you with when you buy a travertine countertop from us.