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Quartz countertops are totally in style for the summertime and you could have one installed this weekend! The folks at A&S Granite and Marble want to beautify your home interior with a quartz or granite countertop. Of course, you want to know which type of stone might be best depending on where you’re putting it.
Quartz countertops don’t do well outside
In sunny Florida, you can bet that your outdoor countertop will be in the blazing sun for hours in a day. Unfortunately, quartz countertops don’t stand up to constant sunlight. Their color tends to fade with each passing day. The more correct choice of stone is most definitely granite if you’re going for an outdoor look.
Quartz comes in many colors!
Since quartz is a man-made stone, it can be created in many different colors. Granite is natural stone that gets its color from the surrounding environment and geological changes over the years. You have a better chance of being able to find just the perfect color of stone when you choose quartz for your countertop.
If you’d like more information about quartz countertops, the folks at A&S Granite and Marble are standing by. You can ask our experts about the types of stone and colors from which you have to choose. They know the stone business and are able to take a look at your space and pick the cut, style, and colors with you. We’ve been beutifying homes for years now and your satisfaction is the key to our success. You can reach out to us by calling us directly here 813-571-1200 . An alternative to calling us is our simple contact form on our website, which will send us an email message. Please include as much information in your inquiry as you can so that we can help you quickly and easily.