Available in a striking array of colors, granite’s durability and longevity make it ideal for kitchen countertops and other heavily used surfaces, including tabletops and floors.
While some synthetic surfaces scratch easily and melt under hot cookware, granite resists heat. Granite is also one of the most bacteria-resistant kitchen surfaces, and it is not affected by citric acid, coffee, tea, alcohol or wine. It is also nearly impossible to scratch, and with proper cleaning, will not stain under normal use (ask your stone professional at Boynton Beach Marble & Granite about sealants available to further improve stain resistance). Because of its exceptional strength, granite is well suited for exterior applications such as cladding, paving and curbing.
Marble adds a sophisticated element to your home, and ease of maintenance makes it a natural choice for floors, wall coverings, tabletops, bathroom walls, floors, vanity tops, tub decks and showers.
You should care for marble as you would a fine wood finish. Using coasters on tabletops and cleaning up spills immediately will preserve marble’s natural beauty.
Quartz: Engineered Stone
Quartz outperforms other materials through superior qualities such as scratch and scorch resistance that can’t be matched by plastic or solid surfaces. Its stain resistance is unmatched even by sealed granite or marble. With a vast array of colors available and virtually unlimited edge designs to choose from, quartz offers something for everyone to love.
With its diversified colors and edges, quartz is a stone that takes on whatever personality suits your taste. However your dream home looks on the outside, quartz is perfect for your surfaces inside. Adding strength, beauty and elegance to any home is what makes quartz the surfacing material that dreams are made of. So express yourself in your own way. No matter your style, quartz offers something for you.
Travertine, Limestone, Sandstone & Slate
Travertine is a type of limestone and is one of the most popular natural stones for remodeling. Popular applications for travertine include countertops, flooring, curbing, statuary, paving and interior or exterior wall cladding.
Slate is a popular flooring material, and sandstone and slate are often used for exterior paving stones, fireplace facings, chimneys, garden walls, patio benches and poolsides. Additional slate applications include kitchen countertops, tabletops and roofing.