The Price: Explained

Installing a granite worktop as most of the people know is a bit costly as compared to the other counter top materials available, but it still holds reign over the market due to its unique and unparalleled properties. Now considering the fact that the costs of the granite slabs vary among themselves, let us do a quick analysis of the various factors that affect their prices. Grade of Granite- Granites, based on their porosity, natural imperfections (blotches and veins) found in their pattern and color are classified into various grades which are then priced accordingly.

•Grade I- Most expensive
•Commercial Quality- Medium price range
•Grade II- Cheapest form available

Market Demand- This is a general rule of stone market and is prevalent for even quartz worktops. The price of the stone depends on its pattern or texture; for example pure black granite worktops would be priced more than a black worktop with patches, freckles or vein patterns. Thickness- Without requiring much explanation, it is understood that thicker slabs are more expensive in comparison to the ones with smaller width as they are considered stronger than thin stone slabs. Size- If you wish to have a single slab installed in your kitchen as worktop than you would probably have to shell out more money as opposed to installing two slabs joined in the middle. This is because a single piece is considered to be of more sturdy nature and provides consistent color and pattern, which is not usually possible with joint granite worktops (unless, it is of a uniform texture or color). Although Markets today are bulging with recycled glass worktops as an environmentally sustainable alternative to granite or quartz counter-tops; nothing can surpass the royal look of classy kitchen granite worktops installed. The highly polished surface imparts an elegant and luxurious touch to any place be it your kitchenette, bar or restaurant.

Glass counter-tops run the risk of chipping or fracturing which can be dangerous in a family with small children around. However, granite can stand the test of time with its scratch and heat resistance properties. It is also durable to wear and tear so you won’t have to worry about changing your worktop any time soon. Further, granite being a natural stone comes in myriad hues and textures for you to choose from. Granite scores high in the durability as well as in the sumptuous appearance departments. It truly is the ultimate mark of luxury! Unique in their texture, you are sure to have matchless and exclusive designs in your kitchen.




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