Whether you are considering a kitchen upgrade or involved in a new construction there will be plenty of decisions to make. Not only do you have to pick and choose the cabinet types, handles, colors, and other minor details but countertop design also plays a big role in the process.
As technology has advanced, there are a number of different countertop surface materials to choose from and the prices of heavy duty stone have become increasingly more affordable. Gone are the days of outrageously priced granite and other stone countertops, as the vast majority of individuals now seek to create a certain feel or function with their kitchen - adding a bit of flare with a natural stone countertop.
In addition, the countertop surface impacts have spread from cooking areas only into the bathrooms of a home - both on-suite and guest. These either typically match the existing surfaces located in the kitchen or appear in contrast to the main area with multiple color options, styles, and materials to choose from.
Marble has historically been a high-end product and although there are some factors that have been accurately reported about the stone, for the most part many of the perceived connotations with this solid surface have been grossly misrepresented.
Marble care and maintenance
isn’t necessarily effortless but fortunately there are many misconceptions regarding this stone surface. Regular sealing and cleaning can help to protect your investment and keep your countertops shining and looking new for quite some time.
Those who elect to install marble should be mindful of the potential for patina looking places to appear. Due to its natural state, marble tends to develop a haze in a green or brown over the surface and must be well taken care of in order to avoid losing its exquisite look.
A few different stones offer a wide variety of options that can allow homeowners to achieve the same look of marble without exceeding the cost or dealing with a hazy outcome. Marble looking quartz countertops
are probably the most common for those individuals who may be faced with wanting to achieve a solid stone surface but can’t make the leap for a more traditional stone.
Ultimately, the decision lies with the current homeowner about which direction they choose to go but there are definitely benefits from each. Marble isn’t necessarily a stone that cannot be tamed but it does require a bit of work. Likewise, there are other options that are also available which can be used to achieve the same desired results.
Once you’re ready to either install or upgrade your kitchen or bathroom countertops, then let our specially trained experts assist in helping you select the best design and appropriate materials. Natural Stone Sales
has been serving the greater-Denver area for 15 years with a wide variety of differing available options for view in our showroom to help you get a better understanding of what any tile will look like by itself or in combination with your current bathroom or kitchen design.Come look and feel for yourself the wide variety of tile options available to choose from and determine with will fit exactly as desired. Our highly trained staff has been providing quality service and helping customers, completing installations, and even providing maintenance tips for many, many years. Contact us today at 303-777-7485 or visit the showroom and take a look for yourself.