Granite is the most popular countertop material in West Michigan due to its natural beauty and durability and image of luxury. Granite countertops are 100% natural stone and come in a wide array of colors and textures.
Granite is the most popular choice for kitchen countertops for West Michigan homes and throughout the country. The reasons are simple. Unlike many other stone materials, granite is 100% natural, is extremely durable, and comes in a large selection of colors. Made from one of the hardest materials on earth, granite countertops are incredibly easy to care for and maintain, and granite colors range from soft white to deep black, as well as a myriad of colors in between.
Because granite is so hard and durable, it resists etching, staining, and even scorching from hot pans. And because our professional sealers last for 10 years, it’s maintenance free as well. Since no two slabs of granite are alike, your kitchen or bath will have it’s own beautiful and unique look. And with all the colors available, you can find a granite countertop that will perfectly complement your decor and design.
Rock Solid Granite Co seals all natural stones before install with a penetrating sealer to prevent staining. Your sealer will last 10+ years if you are using the right cleaners. The best way for you to care for your countertops is to clean regularly with warm soapy water. No material (including quartz) is completely stain proof, so spills should be wiped up right away. Don’t use cleaners that contain acid such as bathroom cleaners, grout cleaners, tub and tile cleaners or rust removers. Don’t use cleaners that contain vinegar, lemon juice, or ammonia and don’t use abrasive brushes, sponges, or cleaners such as dry cleaners or salt cleansers. Granite and quartz are both very hard materials which make them resistant to scratching. However, to avoid damage, refrain from using knives, screw drivers and other sharp objects directly on the surface. It’s best not to cut or chop directly on the surface. (It’s more likely to dull your knives than to hurt your top but it’s still best to avoid and use a cutting/chopping board when preparing foods). Never cut on marble or dolomite materials.For quartz tops, always use hot pads and/or trivets.
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