Granite and Quartz

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Granite, the most common igneous rock in the continental crust, is composed primarily of feldspar, quartz and mica. It is accurate to speak of “granites”, because many varieties of the stone exist. While they differ in color, texture and crystalline structure, granites have the same essential minerals in common. These minerals occur in different proportions, giving each granite its own color, texture and structural characteristics. There is practically no end to color selections for granite.

Granite colors and patterns are available in very even, almost solid colors or they can vary dramatically with swirling colors, embedded crystals and elaborate patterns. Granite’s unique patterns, durability, and rich colors make it an ideal choice for kitchen counter tops, accent islands, bar tops, vanity tops and any other “hard use” area in the home. Granite is also extremely low maintenance. It does not scratch, burn, harbor bacteria or stain.


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