Countertop. Tuesday , October 10th , 2017 - 15:18:40 PM
Quartz countertops are constructed from an engineered stone made from 93% quartz, pigment, and resin. This stone counter material has many of the same qualities of granite, but without the upkeep issues. Quartz countertops are heat and scratch resistant and will not stain. And, unlike granite, quartz never needs to be sealed. As a man-made material, quartz counters have a uniform color and pattern. Some homeowners do prefer this consistent look to the unique aspects of natural stone. It also means that if a segment of your quartz countertop is damaged, an identical replacement section can be obtained from the manufacturer without concerns about matching.
Whether you are just plain tired of your laminate countertops and wish to change the color of them, or are trying to hide minor cosmetic flaws such as scratches on your countertops or you want to give your kitchen or bath an updated look without spending a fortune, countertop paint is the answer you’ve been looking for. Depending upon the type and brand of kit you purchase, some of these paints can carry a lifetime and/or 100% satisfaction guarantee. The clear coat finish adds a boost of shine and provides a durable protective surface to your renewed countertops.
However, despite its prestigious reputation, granite countertops do have several disadvantages. First of all, granite is a relatively porous stone, meaning it has to be chemically sealed to resist stains. The sealing process is simple, but it must occasionally be repeated; some people consider this need for routine maintenance a negative. Secondly, granite tends to be an expensive material. While granite tiles can be used in place of granite slabs to reduce the price of the countertop, not everyone can afford a granite countertop.
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