Granite countertops are a natural material and is inherently not uniform in color or pattern. Although some customers may consider the variety to be a problem, other find the randomness of the stone can add character and value to the surface. Here are Granite countertops Pros & Cons.
Granite is highly durable but can chip and break if not properly managed and maintained. When using Granite countertops across larger areas, the seams are never fully hidden. At GOQ, our countertops specialists have mastered the art of minimizing and hiding the seams creatively.
Granite color differences and texture differences run across the entirety of the slab and a chosen slab may differ greatly across itself. It remains cheaper than quartz on a per square foot basis, in general. However, rare granite types can far out-cost any quartz selection.
At GOQ, we are impartial to the choice of stone, but we take pride in guiding you across any of the choices you make so that you remain ultimately happy with your choice for a lifetime!