granite countertops back splash by Highline Granite and Marble
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This image granite countertops back splash provided by Highline Granite and Marble. Highline Granite and Marble provides Quality Custom Countertops at Affordable prices. Visit us at Southern NH, Northern MA, Southern VT,Southern Maine to setup a Free Estimate and countertop Design Consultation. Our Team will help you address color and material selection as well as help your plan the project time lines.
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Our staff of Custom Countertop experts will help you with the countertop design process. Picking out the perfect countertop for your home of office is easy with the help of Highline Granite and Marble staff. Material selection, Granite, Marble, Quartz etc. to picking the perfect edge for style and function. We provide a Free Estimates and Work with you from a timing perspective to schedule the right time that works for you.
are by far the most popular Stone material used for Residential Kitchen applciations. Many other products such as Quartz and laminent materials for countertops try to mimic the look of granite. Granite is a natural Stone material that is harvested from the earth. It is made of many different minerals fused together with heat and pressure. Being a natural stone the material has natural imperfections that will need to be sealed with a proper sealer application typically on an annual basis.
are almost as durable as granite for countertops. Quartz Countertops are great for commercial applications where controlling the color is very important. Also for residential use for a more modern look. Another advantage is that quartz surface is non pourus so does not require sealing.
are typically less uniform materials. They are natural stones and will be more visually interesting and different from one stone slab to the next. This Exotic group may contain all kinds of natural stones from Granite, Marble, soapstone to Quartzite and more. Being a natural stone the material has natural imperfections that will need to be sealed with a proper sealer application typically on an annual basis.