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Granite is Top Choice for Fireplace Surrounds

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By: Ginger Perales
Homeowners are always finding exciting new places to showcase the natural beauty of granite in their homes. In addition to kitchen design, and bathroom vanities, another place where granite is showcased is as a fireplace surround and hearth. Granite’s naturally heat resistant, making it a perfect material for a fireplace surround. Additionally, granite can make an ordinary fireplace a gorgeous focal point, and by sealing the granite with AGM sealer and maintaining it with AGM cleaner, both available at Mr., it will stay gorgeous for a lifetime.
Granite is a bold design statement and reflects the homeowner's personal design style. A hearth and surround can be subtle, complementing other elements of the room, or bold, standing in stark contrast to its surroundings. Granite is unmatched when it comes to strength and durability, but accidents can happen, and when they do has a repair kit that’s both effective and easy to use.
The fireplace surround is defined as the “frame” of the fireplace, which means that family and friends will naturally be drawn to this feature. Using cleaning products will ensure that when your fireplace gets noticed it’s because it’s amazing, not dull and ordinary. And when you have a need to repair small chips in the hearth (the floor of the fireplace that usually extends into the room)’s chip repair kit will make it look like that chip never even happened.
Granite remains one of the most popular materials for homeowners designing or upgrading their kitchen. Known for its durability and strength, when properly cared for and maintained with products from your granite will last a lifetime, or two! Naturally scratch and heat resistant, sealed properly with AGM sealer it’s also stain resistant, and no other material adds the natural warmth and beauty that granite does. It’s an investment in both the value of your home and the value of your home life that will never go out of style.
Used for creating a relaxing atmosphere as often as for heating a room, the basic elements of the fireplace that granite can be used for include the surround, the decorative frame around the fireplace’s opening, the hearth, which is the floor of the fireplace that typically extends out into a room, and the mantle.
Popular granites used for fireplace surrounds and hearths are generally those with natural hues like the one shown at the beginning of this article. This down-to-earth look works with just about any design style, from modern to contemporary to traditional.
Granite isn’t just for kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities anymore, along with many other applications it’s an excellent material for fireplace surrounds and every slab boasts its own individual patterns and coloring. No two slabs are alike! Well-known and much-appreciated for its durability, granite fits this application so well because of its resistance to damage or discoloration due to heat. Versatile and beautiful granite slabs are available in an array of colors and patterns, and the sealing and cleaning products offered by are designed specifically for granite!
Granite stone is best viewed as slabs. You can see all the details and highlights of the stone in full to choose what areas you want to fit your fireplace surround. If you are a natural stone fabricator or installer, you should check out SlabMarket if you would like to buy or sell slabs. Because granite is an excellent choice for many installations in your home, you should have many options of this stone in your inventory. Slabmarket can provide you with some really beautiful granite stones. Your customers will not be disappointed.
The possibilities for using granite to upgrade fireplace surrounds and hearths are limitless, and the all of the products you’ll need to properly maintain and care for your granite is available at here at If you’d like to learn more about how to care for your granite fireplace surround, visit Our experts are available to answer any questions you have about maintaining your granite for a lifetime.

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