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Where Does Granite Come From?

Posted on: January 5th, 2015 by rocktops No Comments

Where does granite come from? Granite is a metamorphic rock that can come from all over the world. Metamorphic rocks are often found in areas that have many mountains. They’re made by heating up or the pushing together of the earth’s crust. So, what does that mean for taking care of your granite countertops? Granite is least affected by acids or alcohol as compared to other types of rock, and you

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What’s on your Christmas List?

Posted on: December 16th, 2014 by rocktops No Comments

We are in the season of giving (and receiving)! Are you having a hard time thinking of what you want or need for Christmas?  Why not go with something both beautiful, but also functional and practical? Granite countertops can be a great investment in your home, especially if you spend a lot of your time cooking.  Granite is a strong opponent to the blows from preparing all kinds of food. Love to

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Can Your Countertops Keep Up With You?

Posted on: September 30th, 2014 by rocktops No Comments

Think of all of the counters in your home.  Bathroom, kitchen, possibly a family room or den. Now, think of all everything that touches your countertops.  Pots, pans, hot, cold, blades, potions, lotions, diapers, drinks… the list goes on and on.  You want countertops that will stand up to all of your daily wear and tear.  They shouldn’t only last a few years and begin to show stress, cracks,

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Granite To The Rescue!

Posted on: August 28th, 2014 by rocktops No Comments

Did you know granite has superpowers?  The rock may not be faster than a speeding bullet, but it can save your kitchen from all sorts of dangers in your kitchen. The pot on the stove is bubbling over.  You need to get it off of the stove quickly, but you don’t have a potholder or coaster handy to protect your counter.  Granite to the rescue!  The stone is heat resistant.  Although we don’t

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