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What is Mohs Scale?

Mohs scale of mineral hardness helps define the strength of minerals and natural stone, and is often referenced in countertop design and manufacturing.  The scale is based on one stone or mineral’s ability to scratch another mineral. A very simple...

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How to Choose Kitchen Countertops for Your Family

With so many kitchen countertop options on the market, it can be difficult to figure out which material is best suited for your family. We’ve broken done the most popular stone countertop options based on lifestyle. While every family has...

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Which Stone is Best for an Indoor Bar Top?

Granite or quartz are your best bets for a bar top. A bar top requires a durable material that can withstand the impact of glass bottles, and the risk of scratches from corkscrews, bottle openers and sharp bottle caps. For...

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Why is My Granite Dull & Faded?

It's normal for granite countertops to eventually become dull or appear faded. Don’t worry, your countertop's surface can be restored to its original shine. How Does Granite Become Dull? A lot of granite goes through a polishing process during manufacturing....

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What Type of Stone is Best for a Fireplace Surround?

If you’re considering stone for your fireplace surround, you have a number of excellent options. Natural stone is one of the most popular materials for fireplace surrounds for a number of reasons. First, because the fireplace is often the focal...

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Can You Cut Directly on a Stone Countertop?

While you can cut directly on some stone countertops, it is not recommended. Granite is one of the most durable countertop materials you can buy, and it can certainly withstand cuts from a knife blade. However, if your granite has...

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Which Stone Countertop is Easiest to Maintain?

Quartz Countertops Quartz countertops are the easiest natural stone to take care of. They are engineered using ground stone and resin, so they don’t require regular sealing they way most granite and marble countertops do. This stone is non-porous, so...

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