Adding Timeless Elegance to Your Kitchen or Bathroom
Installing new countertops in your kitchen or bathroom not only increases the value of your home, but it improves its aesthetic appeal. Our countertops at Amazing Floors LP are made out of the highest standard of stone and add sophisticated elegance. Our showroom in Bastrop, TX offers a wide range of granite, quartz, marble and travertine options sure to suit any taste, home, and lifestyle!
All of our products come with long-term manufacturer’s warranties, plus we provide a one-year installation warranty on countertops!
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Granite is a popular option for countertops. Because granite has so many different minerals inside of it, one granite countertop never looks the same as another, adding a unique factor. Plus, sealed granite is resistant to stains, although you will have to reseal your granite countertop every few years. Your granite will not be damaged when placing hot items or cutting on the counter, and it is scratch-resistant.
Quartz, unlike granite, will never have to be sealed, because it naturally does not have pores that can absorb stains. Because quartz is manufactured, there are a wide range of shades of quartz countertops you can choose from. It offers an elegant and luxurious look that is very popular with customers. However, you will have to be careful when placing something hot on top of a quartz countertop, as it is not as heat-resistant as other options.
The bright white shade of marble makes it a showstopping option for a countertop. It provides a look that is different from all other countertop options. In addition, it costs less than other natural stone options such as granite. Because marble is a softer stone, it can be cut into more customized designs to meet your needs. However, marble’s softness does make it more susceptible to scratches and stains. Marble, like granite, is heat-resistant as well.
Travertine is a cost-effective countertop option. It is an elegant option that comes in a wide range of neutral, earthy shades such as beige, ivory, cream, and gold. The veining in the travertine ensures that it is unique. Plus, because it is porous, it is easier to cut and place into more difficult spaces. However, it’s porosity does make it more susceptible to stains, scratching, and heat-damage.