Not only is Caesarstone a terrific choice for residential kitchens and baths, but interior designers, architects, and other building professionals recognize the benefits that Caesarstone provides in commercial environments too.
Marble and granite are both beautiful, highly sought-after surfacing materials. But each one does have its own attributes. Weighing the pros and cons before deciding on one or the other for your surfacing project is important. So, what exactly is the difference?
Just like any other product sold, it’s all about supply and demand. Basically, the more rare a style of granite is, and the more “desirable” it’s deemed to be, the higher its price.
You’ve no doubt heard tips from friends, family, neighbors, and even us on the importance of finding a quality fabricator to execute your stone project. But do you know what qualities constitute a “quality” installation?
Q: What’s the big deal about going to see my granite slab before I buy it? I’ve seen a sample. Why do I need to see the whole thing? Besides, isn’t all granite the same?