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Granite Countertop Installation and Repair in Bolles Harbor

So you just purchased a home and are ready to start upgrading it to your own taste and standards, but where do you start? A quality granite countertop will dramatically increase a rooms appeal and increase your homes value. We can offer you a complete installation package or a do-it-yourself kit to install the granite countertop. To learn more and speak with one of our staff about your project Bolles Harbor, MI call or email us anytime.

Michigan Granite & Natural Stone Contractor in Bolles Harbor

An outdoor kitchen and bbq can utilize natural granite for its countertops. Although you may have a color palette in mind, know that on bright sunny days, dark colors will be drastically hotter than light colors – sometimes even too hot to touch! Also know that in Bolles Harbor, MI you should only install a SWR, severe weather rated, granite that can withstand the seasonal changes of our northern climate. Abella Stone can show you SWR granites from current our inventory at our full slab showroom.

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Where Does Granite Come From? (Shelby Township, MI)

Granite slabs are used for kitchen counters, bathroom counters, vanity counters, fireplaces, mantles and a variety of other items. It is a beautiful and durable rock that is formed from intense heat and pressure in volcanoes over a period of time. Granite is a metamorphic rock. Nevertheless, where does Granite come from.

Well, the majority of granite is imported to the United States from India, Brazil, Italy, China and some parts of Africa. It is excavated from quarries in blocks that are from 10 to 20 feet square. Some blocks are even larger. From these blocks granite slabs are cut.

 The sophisticated and modern state of art machinery that is used to cut wholesale granite slabs once the blocks are in the stockyards make it easier to transport. The slabs are then checked for imperfections such as fissures and surface pits with a resin process. Then they are polished with abrasives and diamond wheels that brings out the beauty of the texture, pattern and color in the granite.

 The granite is then categorized based on its color and thickness and is then sent to the importers or local warehouses that have ordered it. Then you go down to the local vendor and pick out your granite countertops. According to stylesofbeyondmusic.com

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