How to clean quartz countertops

  • How to clean quartz countertops

    You used to have a beautiful quartz countertop in your kitchen that lit up your morning every time you entered the room. However, lately, something has been amiss. The challenge is while quartz is naturally glossy and does not require polishing, the stone is not entirely maintenance free. Once you realize this, another question pops […]

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  • 9 BOLD COUNTERTOP COLORS FROM GRANITE SELECTION

    While most kitchen designs revolve around neutral color schemes, choosing a bold countertop color is an easy way to add some focus and fun into your space. Here are 9 bold countertop colors that we offer at Granite Selection to help you get inspired for your kitchen renovation. Dynamic Blue – Granite This vivid blue will be […]

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  • GRANITE VS. CAMBRIA: BEAUTY AND DURABILITY

    With the new stone, Cambria, on the scene, it’s important to compare and contrast it with stones the majority of people are already familiar with. Granite has been established as the “best of the best” when it comes to countertop materials but what if it were to be dethroned? Check out the pros and cons of each of […]

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  • MSI QUARTZ VS. GRANITE

    Deciding on the perfect stone countertop can be the hardest part of planning a kitchen renovation and the first major step is deciding upon your material. At Granite Selection, we offer a wide variety of quality stones, including various reputable quartz brands, granite, marble, and travertine. While every material we offer has major advantages, each offers a unique look and set of […]

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  • CAESARSTONE VS. SILESTONE

    If you’re looking for an easy way to maintain, beautiful, durable countertop material, look no further than quartz. Caesarstone and Silestone are two of the most notable quartz brands on the market, creating equally stunning kitchen countertops. But, how do you decide which is best for you and your home? First, you have to understand the difference between the two. […]

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  • HOW TO AVOID HIDDEN COSTS WHEN BUYING KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS

    Many countertop suppliers will advertise low prices to attract consumers, and then, once the customer has agreed to purchase, the company will add on additional fees, turning that bargain into a headache. To keep your wallet safe, we have identified three steps to help you avoid hidden costs when buying kitchen countertops.  1. Educate Yourself In […]

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  • WHAT COUNTERTOP GOES BEST WITH YOUR LIFESTYLE?

    Choosing a stone countertops can be overwhelming. There are so many stone types and colors to choose from, that many people focus on the design and forget to think about how their countertop will work with their life. Do You Prefer Natural Stone? Some people simply prefer the look and feel of a unique slab of natural stone. If […]

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  • IS QUARTZ THE MOST TRENDY KITCHEN STONE?

    During homeowner consultations, our team members are frequently asked about industry trends and the benefits of certain building materials. One stone receiving notable attention in recent years is quartz, a man-made material offering several advantages to the remodeling process. On Trend Since gaining traction in Europe several years ago, quartz has steadily gained popularity in […]

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  • 5 QUARTZ SPECIAL DESIGN IDEAS

    Quartz is a beautiful and incredibly durable choice for your kitchen countertops. Unlike Granite, Quartz does not stain and does not require any extensive maintenance. Here are 5 design ideas to include hassle-free quartz in your kitchen with the same elegance as the classic Granite. Rich Wood By combining neutral quartz with rich woods like cherry and mahogany you […]

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  • HOW QUARTZ IS MADE

    Quartz is one of the most abundant minerals in the earth’s crust, second only to feldspar (used as the abrasive component in household cleaners). While raw quartz has many applications ranging from optics to timekeeping, these stones are rarely used as building materials. Instead, most contractors use engineered quartz slabs as a cheaper, more durable, […]

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