Every product, no matter what it is, has some sort of “misconception” or mistruth told about it. Stone is no different.
Porcelain has entered the countertop market in a big way. The question is: How does porcelain stack up against granite for countertops?
Stone countertops, continually exposed to oily or other containing substances, are subject to staining. Read this article to learn about countertop protection and sealers.
Cultured marble and real marble sound the same but they are two completely different things. Each one is created differently. The only real similarity is that they both have marble in their name.
Natural stone, granite, marble, quartzite, etc., is made by, well, nature. Man has nothing to do with it. But it can have natural, unique occurrences in it called fissures. Here we will explore the differences between fissures and cracks and help you know what to do about them.
One of the biggest investments in a home is the kitchen. And yet, one of the smallest and easiest things to fix can be the cause of costly damage. You need to fix those cracks and gaps in your kitchen caulk.
Two very common discolorations that can happen to natural stone are staining and etching. They are two completely different things, and the restoration processes for each one are different.
The mineral mica is found in granite. It is one of the things that gives granite a shimmery shine. Here are a few things you should know about mica.
This article clears away misconceptions about the slipperiness of natural stone and provides suggestions regarding both new and existing installations.
When homeowners want their stone restoration technician to change the appearance of their stone in some way, the task may or may not be possible to accomplish, and in some circumstances, it may be inadvisable. This article provides some clarity on the scope of possibilities.