FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY HURRY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
* Package price includes Eased and Pencil edge style options and over-mount sink cut-out only.
There is a delivery charge on installation over 50 miles.
For all credit card transactions, there is a 3% convenience fee.
Minimum of 30 sq.ft required to take advantage of the sale’s price.
Granite comes in many different colors and patterns due to the way it’s formed (cooling and solidifying of molten materials). Whether you’re looking for a subtle complement to your kitchen or a standout slab with unique mineral inclusions, there is an almost limitless selection to choose from and no two granite countertops are the same.
Quartz is slightly different in that it is not 100 percent natural. Instead, countertops are manufactured using 95 percent ground natural quartz and 5 percent polymer resins.
One of the main reasons quartz has increased in popularity in recent years is due to its appearance. Quartz has the look of stone while also being customizable in design. While granite offers many options in terms of appearance, you may have to search for the right piece that matches your color scheme. With quartz, the selection process is much easier
According to HomeAdviser.com, the average cost to purchase granite and have it installed can cost between $2,000 and $4,500 per slab. You can save money by purchasing the material from a wholesaler and doing some of the preliminary work yourself but the actual fabrication and installation of the countertops should be left to a professional.
Depending on the quality of quartz and style of edging, HomeAdvisor.com places the average cost to install quartz countertops in a kitchen at between $3,000 to $7,500. You can do some of the preliminary work to save money, but because engineered quartz is heavier than other stone surfaces, a professional installer needs to make sure the space is structurally sound.
Granite countertops should be cleaned daily with soap and water or a mild household cleaner. Some oils and acids can stain. To ensure the longevity of your investment, consider having your countertops resealed once a year.
Like granite, you’ll want to clean any spills on quartz countertops with soap and water or a household cleaner, but that’s about it in terms of maintenance. The solid surface means that there is no need to have your countertops resealed.
Granite is a durable material that’s resistant to heat and many other kitchen elements. Due to its porous nature, there can be some staining if spilled liquids are left sitting.
Quartz is actually harder than granite and thus, more durable. In fact, quartz is nearly indestructible, and because it isn’t porous like granite, it’s easy to keep your countertops relatively bacteria-free. Be careful with cooking pans though: Quartz can be damaged by excessive heat, so use heating pads at all times.
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY HURRY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
**FREE: Edges: Eased **Undermount Sink Cut-Out will add $200.00 per cutout.
50 Miles Radius from Martingsburg, Delivery charge after 50 miles
Deal prices valid only when using check or cash payment. Card payment please add +3% for processing fee.
This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Prices are valid on jobs with a MINIMUM of 30 sq.
Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice.
Quartz is a natural stone that is formed over millions of years from the cooling and solidification of molten materials deep within the Earth’s crust. It is known for its durability, strength, and unique beauty. Quartz countertops are popular because they add a touch of elegance to any space, are resistant to heat and scratches, and require minimal maintenance.
To care for your quartz countertops, it is best to clean them regularly with a mild, pH-neutral cleaner and a soft cloth or sponge. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrub brushes that could scratch the surface. It is also recommended to seal your quartz countertops periodically to help protect against stains and maintain their luster. Additionally, using cutting boards and trivets for hot items can help prevent damage.
Yes, quartz countertops can be customized to fit your specific kitchen or bathroom layout. As a natural stone, quartz slabs are available in a variety of colors and patterns, allowing you to choose the one that best complements your space. Professional fabricators can measure your countertops and cut the quartz slabs to fit perfectly, including cutouts for sinks and other fixtures.
While granite countertops are highly durable, there are a few precautions to keep in mind. Avoid placing hot pans directly on the surface, as extreme temperature changes can potentially cause thermal shock and lead to cracks. It’s also important to wipe up spills promptly, especially from acidic substances like citrus juices or vinegar, as they can etch the surface if left for too long.
At Craft Countertop, we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail. Our skilled artisans meticulously select and fabricate each granite slab to create stunning and unique countertops that truly enhance the aesthetics of your space. We prioritize quality and customer satisfaction, ensuring that every installation is done with precision and expertise. With Craft Countertop, you can trust that you’re getting top-notch craftsmanship and a personalized touch that sets us apart from other granite countertop suppliers.