Marianne Compton. Countertop. May 27th , 2017.
Over the past several years bamboo has come to the forefront as one of the premier green products. Some of the many uses bamboo has in the building trades include, countertops, cabinets, flooring and furniture. Additionally there are applications of bedding and clothing fabric. It’s green since it is very renewable. Some varieties used for building products, grow up to a foot every day! There is no tree that comes anywhere close to that, and because of this, it is much more eco-friendly to use than traditional wood products.
Granite and marble countertops has wide applications and it provides more advantages to the customer who uses it. The main reason for the usage of granite countertops and marble countertops is that, they can be used as a countertops, slabs, tiles, and sinks in kitchen and bathrooms. Granite countertops and marble countertops are durable material and resistant to scratch, stains, spills, heat, moisture and so on. This is the unique features which makes the home owners and builders to install granite countertops and marble countertops for their rooms. Installing granite countertops and marble countertops provides the home owner and builder to come up with everlasting beauty.
Care of Bamboo is extremely simple. To keep these eco-friendly countertops in tip-top shape, just clean them with a solution of mild soap and warm water. As these counters have a finish applied, it’s important not to set hot items directly on your bamboo countertops. Because bamboo is basically a wood product, you should avoid cutting directly on the counter surface as well. Both the finish and the counter surface can be damage with knives. Not only the green properties, but the beauty and reasonable cost make bamboo an attractive option for your countertops. Bamboo is a beautiful and a cost-effective option to traditional wood and the more expensive composite or natural stone counters.
Granite is a common type of igneous (volcanic) rock that forms beautiful crystalline textures. A hard type of rock, granite is well suited for use as a counter in kitchens and bathrooms because it is both heat and scratch resistant. Granite is formed by heat and pressure over hundreds of years, so no two pieces of this natural stone are ever exactly alike. This one-of-a-kind characteristic is particularly appealing to homeowners who want a truly unique space. Granite countertops are available in a wide range of naturally occurring colors and patterns, from neutrals to striking blues and greens. Natural stone countertops like granite do typically increase the value of your home more than engineered stones like quartz as buyers tend to gravitate toward natural materials.
When choosing the right countertop material for your kitchen, bathroom or bar area, you have a wide variety of choices. And a wide variety of price points! Educating yourself on the options and their costs - both initial investment and lifetime value; will be an effort most worthwhile. In this article, we will outline the various options, and show you how granite can be a high-value option, without the high price.
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