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How are granite countertops made?

by Stone Brothers Countertop

Granite countertops are the ultimate kitchen surface material. Their resilience to heat makes them an ideal material to be used in kitchens that have cooking stoves and ovens. Now that you know a bit about granite Countertops for kitchen, read on and find out how they’re made!

How are granite countertops for kitchen made?

Granite is a metamorphic rock found in nature that has been subjected to high pressure, heat, and great quantities of minerals over the course of millions of years. Granite forms from molten magma through cooling and crystallization.

Once the molten material hardens, it can be carved into any desired shape, like a diamond or the bottom drop on glass stemware.

Once the granite is removed from its natural surroundings, it is cut into slabs and polished. Once the slabs are ready to be used, they are then cut again to accommodate their use in appliances or countertops.

How are granite countertops for kitchen in Kelowna made?

Granite is dyed according to customer specifications, and edges are polished smooth. The dye is applied using a chemical process that permanently fades the stone so it won’t bleed or fade.

Countertops, tables, and other accessories are then attached to the slabs. This can be done by sanding, spraying on a sealer, or bonding the stone to other surfaces with resin.

Granite countertops for kitchen in Kelowna are as durable as they come, and with proper care, you should be able to enjoy them for many years.

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