1.) What, exactly, is the difference between Granite and Quartz?
2.) Do I really have to seal my Granite? How hard is it to do that?
3.) Can I set a hot pan on my new Counter Top? Can I cut veggies, etc. on it?
4.) Will I my new Counter Top have a seam?
5.) How much do Granite and Quartz Cost?
6.) Is there a less expensive option for those of us on a budget?
Because there are so many options and variables to consider when choosing your new Counter Top, we are using this post to clear up some of the confusion out there. Below is a synopsis of each Counter Top material that Centennial Carpets offers, including individual characteristics for comparison.
7.) How thick are the counter tops and what colors and edge-styles are available?
Laminate counter tops are 1 ½” thick. Quartz and Granite counter tops are 3cm (1 ¼”) thick.
Please contact Centennial Carpets to gather more information and to see the extensive variety of color and edge-style selections offered.