Granite Countertops

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Create your dream kitchen on a budget with our affordable stone slab options. Request a free estimate by filling out the form and receive a consultation based on your material, edge profile, backsplash, cut-outs, and sink preferences etc.

Additional fees may apply for NYC and locations over 25 miles away. Visit our slab yard to choose from various stone material options including marble, granite, quartz, quartzite and porcelain. Bring your cabinet door sample, tile sample, hardwood floor sample to find the perfect stone that complements your design.

Providing a hand drawing or detailed plan would help for a preliminary quote. Submit the form for a free estimate today!

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Granite is a natural material found in nature. None of the granite countertops look a like. The infinite combination of granite colors and patterns give the decor its uniqueness. That is the reason what makes them so favorable. Although they are not mankind products, their durable nature prevents them from scratches, stains and heat.

Granite worktops are unique and stable elements of home design. Unique characteristics of each item fulfills the expectations of different choices. A wide range of granite slabs offer project owners a variety of strong taste. Granite is an igneous rock that is formed deep within the mantle of the earth from molten lava. It is composed of elements of quartz, mica and feldspar in varying amounts. It is naturally hard, stain resistant and scorch resistant. The material is quarried in huge blocks then sliced into slabs. The granite slabs are then polished, some of the slabs surfaces are filled with a resin to smooth out the natural fissures and pits that occur. Slabs come in two varieties referred to as either speckled or flow patterns. These refer to the look of the material. Speckled materials have a more uniform look in terms of color and pattern while flow materials have a more varied appearance in terms of color and pattern. When a wide range of natural granite countertops colors meet with precise craftsmen, it leads to superior results in kitchens and bathrooms. These quality items need to be served with a high quality design consultation. A well-trained, professional team should help customers maximize the benefits of granite countertop slabs. Bergen Cabinets & Countertops with its approved experience, puts its customers in the first place and delivers them fine quality products and services with affordable prices.

The price range for granite countertops starts from $60 to $80 per square foot. Higher quality and exotic granite countertops can go all the way up to $130 and above. Investing in a higher quality granite countertop is definitely recommended as they add value to your property and would last for a long lifetime.
You should purchase your granite countertops from a trusted dealer with years of experience in the kitchen design industry for the best results. We at Bergen Marble and Granite obtain our stone supplies from the most advanced mining quarries all over the world and have a professional kitchen design and installation team that has completed countless kitchen renovation projects. You can visit us at our showroom and slab yard to see our vast variety of natural and engineered stones for your homes.
To keep your granite countertops well maintained, you can clean them on a daily basis with a clean dry wool or microfiber cloth. All you need is warm water and dish soap for mild stains. Additionally, make sure to clean spills without delay when they occur.
To clean your granite countertops refrain from using strong chemicals and acidic liquids. The prolonged usage of vinegar, detergent, bleach, and similar cleaning items can damage your granite countertops. Instead, use common household items such as dish soap, baking soda, and warm water. You can use a clean wool or microfiber cloth together with the cleaning solution that you prepared.

The most optimum way to seal your granite countertops is to get assistance from professionals as it would yield the best results. If you want to seal your granite countertops by yourself you can follow these steps:

  • Clean the surface with a high-quality granite cleaner or acetone,
  • Pour the sealer material onto the surface in small amounts,
  • Spread the sealer material until it is evenly distributed upon the surface of your countertop,
  • Wait until the first layer of sealer dries off, then reapply the second layer,
  • When the second layer is dried, clean the excess material with a clean dry cloth, and you are done.