Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Choosing Stone San Diego for Kitchen Countertops

Searching for the perfect San Diego stone surface for kitchen countertops doesn't have to be difficult. Davis Stone can offer you a wide range of countertop materials in natural stone and engineered stone,  We are one of the largest stone fabricators in San Diego and we \do stone installation too. Here are some pointers about the most popular countertop materials.

By: Alicia Garceau


​Tempting though it is to choose a countertop based on looks alone, a material's durability, maintenance and, of course, cost are also important factors to consider when making a selection for a kitchen remodel.
Find a Good Fit
Homeowners have to assess the way they live before settling on a countertop surface, says Jeff Cannata, past president of the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) and president of Designer's Showcase Kitchens & Baths Inc. in Carol Stream, Ill. "If they have three kids and they're making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on the countertops every day, they might not want to go with that white granite."

Countertop Choices

The good news is if homeowners have their hearts set on a certain look, but the material just doesn't match with their lifestyle, odds are there's another material that does.
Granite, the top choice in countertops, is available in a variety of shades such as blacks, whites, greens, corals and beiges, and no two pieces are exactly the same. Granite is available in two finishes. A polished finish results in a shiny look and often darkens the appearance of the stone, while honing is soft and matte. Costs for granite depend on many variables, including color, finish and origin of the stone.

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