Looking into your bathroom, you exalt a tremendous sigh. Your design is outdated and in a dire need of an update. An expertly remodeled bathroom will provide years of pleasure and comfort. However, you’ll be reminded of a poorly executed remodel every day if it’s not done right. So let’s roll up our sleeves and talk about how to build a bathroom that will both stand the test of time and look great.
Many homeowners are looking to fabricators to assist in the selection of the sink, providing those fabricators with an opportunity to demonstrate their expertise and steer the homeowner towards the sink that best complements the countertop. Whether providing the homeowner with a solid surface or stone countertop, it’s important to help them select a quality sink that is not only easy to install but will also make the countertop material "pop" and deliver years of consistent performance.
Finding a chip in your granite counter can be deeply upsetting, especially considering the time and expense of choosing and installing the perfect countertop. As one of the hardest materials used for countertops, granite has a well-deserved reputation for durability and lasting beauty, and while it is incredibly heat and crack resistant, it is not, however, indestructible and like other solid surfaces, heavy objects when dropped, can chip or damage the surface, most often around the sink or along the edges.
However, repairing a chip in a granite countertop is not...
Granite countertops have been the centerpiece of many homes over the last few decades and are still the most popular natural stone choice of homeowners. But before purchasing granite countertops, many homeowners ask the following question: Does granite stain? This guide will give you the answer to that question, as well as other helpful information about caring for your new granite countertops.
Can Granite Stain?
Yes, granite can stain. However, it is very rare that it actually does. Since granite (and other natural stone) is porous, liquid and stains can penetrate the...