Quartz & Granite Countertop Installation
Once you grow weary of the countertops in your home, it might be time to think about quartz & granite countertop installation. Whether your bathroom, kitchen or both seem outdated, hiring the right contractor to install new countertops is a great way to boost your living area. Our Drive Construction and Remodeling team is ready to assist with your quartz or granite countertops.
When trying to narrow down your choice for new countertops, you will often find granite and quarts are the two top options. However, deciding which between the both might be challenging, especially if you like how each look. Knowing the differences could be the perfect way to get insight into which is best for your household.
Quartz is engineered stone, and granite is an all-natural stone. However, manufacturers will tout each as hard as a stone, straight from the earth, and all-natural. So, how different are they, and what is better?
Take A Look At The Composition
Granite is a stone that comes from quarries and gets cut into slabs before being polished and formed into countertops. Quartz is essentially engineered stone that might have a large percentage of quartz but also holds other natural minerals. Rather than being quarried, they are formed using ground-up stone byproducts.
Take A Look At The Appearance
Many homeowners love that granite slabs come with slight variations in color and mineral pattern to make them unique. Quartz can be more uniform in appearance, but you do have many options available in the granite lineup. It is all a matter of personal preference.
Take A Look At The Pricing
With each quartz and granite being high-dollar, premium materials for countertops, it is best to look at pricing to determine which suits your needs and budget best.
Here at Drive Construction and Remodeling, we are available to help you select the perfect countertop installation for your home!
Are you interested in quartz & granite countertop installation? Contact us at Drive Construction and Remodeling by dialing (206) 203-2580, and we will be happy to review your options.