In every residential and commercial remodeling, choosing the best material for your countertops is a cumbersome journey. With all available options present in the market, it becomes more difficult even for professional remodelers.

Among the countertops to choose from, the three most popular materials are granite,quartz, and marble. All of it has their respective strengths and weaknesses as a countertop for home and commercial buildings.

For you to have a better gauge on their quality and value, we will take a look at their corresponding pros and cons. Hopefully, you will arrive at a better decision once you are done reading this article.

Granite Countertops

Most clients really have an eye for granite countertops because of its timeless elegance and impervious strength. This natural stone countertop came from igneous rocks or hardened lava. Granite can appear in different colors because of the presence of several minerals such as feldspar, quartz, gabbron, granite, potassium-feldspar and more.



Quartz Countertops

Quartz countertops is a man-made stone whose composition is approximately 97 percent pulverized quartz and 3 percent cement-based resin binders.  These binders contribute to the excellent non-porous property of quartz compared to granite. Moreover, it is one of the best-selling and priced materials for countertops in the industry.



Marble Countertops

Marble came from metamorphic rocks and it is known for its natural glossy appearance. Like granite, most clients are fascinated with the natural veinings and patterns of colors in marble countertops.



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Precision Stone Designs

Whether you want your slabs to be pre-fabricated, modular, or raw, we can do it all with ease and precision. For years, it has been our core principle to help remodelers get the best quality of stone countertops at a highly reasonable price.

If you need any professional help for choosing the right countertop material for your remodeling project, contact us today. We will make sure you get the best value for money with our natural and man-made stone countertops.

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