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Granite Became a Lot Easier
After granite is mined and processed, it has to go to a workshop to be cut into the appropriate rough size. In the past, someone had to hand shave the slab, using an industrial grinder. Today, though, a computer-controlled saw is used to make major cuts in the granite. It can even be used to cut the hole in the slab where the sink sits. The entire process is simpler, thanks to technology. This easier way of cutting has streamlined the process, making it market-ready a lot sooner.
Granite just so happened to be in the mix. Construction trends in this time period more than likely influenced how consumers perceived “quality” countertops. The majority of contractors were applying granite into their construction projects, which helped create a standard for kitchen counters.
Any older model homes needing a makeover normally turn to granite countertop installations. This housing boom helped the granite craze rise to the extent it’s at today. Since then, the craze has yet to die down. It continues to be a top pick for kitchen and bathroom counters. It’s to the point where we’re now seeing ads for free granite countertops.
What’s also made granite a popular material to buy is its variety of colors and styles. Granite is a natural stone, so it comes in a variety of patterns and colors. Granite is also considered better than marble countertops because it doesn’t etch and stain. At the end of the day, granite is a luxury find at a budget price. It’s the ideal choice for the middle-class home.
The only other material rising up against granite is quartz, which has its own unique benefits, like being non-porous and having more varieties of colors. It’s man-made, typically stemming from recycled glass. It’s possible we may also see a comeback with marble, as white countertops come back into play. For more information, you can visit our website.
Add by granite marble stone expert and export team of Bhandari marble group,