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Frequently Asked Questions – Granite, Marble, Quartz

Why some granite is more expensive than other?

There are different levels of granite. The price of granite depends on its rarity, pattern, colors, and availability of that stone. Location of quarries also plays important part. There are quarries all of the world and it makes it possible to satisfy almost any taste and preference in color, but it might be harder to find certain colors and patterns, and of course,  there is transportation cost involved. Some found in nature more than others. There is also labor involved required to extract the stones. So it all effects the price of the granite. So higher price doesn’t always mean higher quality of granite.

Do I have to buy the whole slab?

Whether to buy the whole slab or not will depend on the place where you are getting it from. Some places require you to buy the whole slab and then you would still need to find a place for cutting your stone. Stone Spirit Inc. makes it easier. First of all, you only pay for the square footage you use. So if your job requires 1.5 slabs, you don’t have to pay for 2 slabs, you can just pay for (for example 70 square feet). Plus Stone Spirit is also a fabrication company, so you don’t need to take your granite somewhere else and ask them to cut it the way you need it. Stone Spirit is one stop company. They will do it all – offer a wide selection of granite or quartz, fabricate and install, and there is no need to pay for the whole slab.

Why is granite good for kitchen countertops?

Granite is a natural hard stone, so it is very resistant to heat, scratching, staining. So it can take all daily kitchen activities easily without damaging the stone. The only thing keep in mind, since it is a natural stone, it is porous, so it needs to be sealed. Stone Spirit automatically offers 1 year sealer, but there is also an option for 15 year sealer. So it makes granite a perfect choice for kitchen countertops.

Author: Natalia Illarionova |  Date Updated: Friday, 28 March 2014  10:06 am

Frequently Asked Questions – Granite, Marble, Quartz