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Granite comes from igneous rocks, formed under intense heat or volcanic magma on or below the Earth’s surface. Small mineral flecks are typically spread consistently throughout the stone. The density of the stone and glittering mineral flecks can be as mesmerizing as a starry night sky. Just as dramatic are the types of granite that have veining, or linear waves, similar to marble.


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  • Stunningly beautiful and very popular

  • Dense and very hard: can last a lifetime

  • Resistant to scratches and stains

  • Durable and long lasting
  • A good investment



  • Clean your counters often.

  • Wipe spills up promptly.
  • Only use a mild pH balanced detergent and a soft cloth.

  • Re-seal your granite periodically.

    • Check with your fabricator if your granite has been epoxy-resin enhanced.
    • Your fabricator will specify the type of sealant and its application.
  • Do not place hot pots and pans directly on granite countertops.

    • Use trivets or hot pads to prevent damage to the surface.
  • Do not place corrosive materials (oven and drain cleaners) on your granite.

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