Extra thick granite countertops are one of the big emerging design trends that will help to give your kitchen or bathroom a unique look. However, are they better, and are they right for your project and budget?
Stone, like most natural building materials, is porous, allowing water, and even staining liquids to “soak in” the stone. Granite, especially, needs to be sealed to prevent splashes and spills from damaging it. But how can you determine if your granite countertop needs to be sealed?
There are a number of factors to consider when it comes to choosing the right stone countertop for you. At the end of the day, you know what’s best for you and your upcoming project. However, we can still provide you with some pointers to help you with your decision. Read this guide to learn more.