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8 Steps to the Perfect Countertop Installation

Did you know October is kitchen and bath month? Well, it is! It’s a great time to upgrade your countertops because now is the best time to do it before the holiday season. To help you prepare for your countertop installation, we have prepared this handy dandy guide to ensure you know what to do and expect in a countertop remodel.

1. Budget

The first thing you will want to do in any home project is to establish your budget. Having your budget planned out beforehand will help you avoid unnecessary costs down the line, and guide you through the process. By have an allotted amount, you will have a realistic expectation of what you will be able to accomplish in any project.

2. Plan

Planning is important when taking on any project and this goes for countertop installations too. You want to be prepared for extra help or if there might be delays with family schedules. It is good to plan ahead to know that your project will come out just the way you want it!

3. Know Your Space

If you are changing the layout of your kitchen or bathroom it’s a good idea to have an idea of what you want and don’t want for your new look. Cutting Edge Countertops’ knowledgeable team will be able to provide further assistance as to what can be done, the opportunities that lie ahead and so much more. Some things to take into account for a complete renovation are plumbing, electrical connections and traffic patterns in the home.

4. In-Home Measurement

Before you head off to the showroom and slab house it’s very important to take some measurements and dimensions of your current space. These don’t have to be exact but they will give us an idea of how much work needs done on your installation before we get started.

5. Select Your Slab

This is the fun part: selecting your favorite countertop material. At Cutting Edge Countertops, our extensive selection of countertop materials includes stunning natural stones like marble and granite, durable quartz, adaptable solid surface and more. We offer surfaces from the top manufacturers in the country with over 500 different slab types and edge details. Click here to view our wide portfolio of countertop brands, materials, colors and finishes to find the perfect match for your home.

6. Measure & Template

This is when things get real! It’s time to plan and schedule a team member at Cutting Edge Countertops to visit your home to template your space and gather all of the necessary information about your installation. No one wants surprises with extra charges or unforeseen problems that can come up during any installation, that’s why we take highly accurate measurements that’ll give you the perfect amount of space for your counters.

7. Prepare your Home

On the day of your installation, it’s important to clear pathways and entryways for our team to carefully enter your home with your new, gorgeous material. Please remove all items from existing counters to ensure a smooth removal and installation process.

8. Leave the Rest to the Pros!

It’s time to sit back and relax while we do the work, and we promise, this is going to happen quickly! Your new countertops will be installed and ready for you to enjoy in no time. Once the work is complete, our installers will review the job with you and answer any questions you may have.

Looking to understand the process in more detail? We have ironed out our customer experience cycle so you can read further into the nitty gritty of the countertop installation process.

We can’t wait for you to start your home renovation shortly! Be sure to contact us when you are ready to start your project and our team will be happy to assist you every step of the way.

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The Top Five Trending Granite Colors

Granite has always been a top choice due to its strong characteristics: it is extremely durable, can withstand heat (you can place a hot pan directly atop the surface without damage), is scratch-resistant and, is stain-resistant. Because of these benefits, it is a great option for a kitchen countertop. But, are you interested in using this surface but want your kitchen to look modern as well? We will tell you the top five trending granite colors and help you find a stone that perfectly fits your style and design ideas. Natural stone is trending, and matching it with popular designs will make your kitchen the envy of the neighborhood.

Granite comes in a variety of colors, finishes, and patterns. Still, when undergoing a renovation project, it can be overwhelming to decide on a countertop, especially with the abundance of countertop options that are available today. Here is a list of our top 5 trending granite countertop colors to help you decide on your next material!

Valle Nevado

Are you a fan of intricate designs? Then Valle Nevado granite is right for you! This light cream natural stone is beautifully detailed with deposits and flecks of natural minerals. Valle Nevado also pairs well with dark or light cabinetry thanks to its white, black, gray and taupe specklings.

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Dallas White is a favorite for granite countertops due to its bright appearance. It intertwines gray and lavender shades with a luxurious creamy undertone. Its subtle burgundy specks contrast with the rich white background making Dallas White unique.

Thunder White

Do you like the elegant look of marble but prefer the extreme durability granite offers? You can have both with Thunder White Granite! This stone mixes gray, white, and cream swirls with small red flecks. It’s mined in India and gives the appearance of marble with its details that emulate the veining of White Carrara. It looks especially good with dark wood cabinets, and using reds in your kitchen will bring out the flecks in the stone.

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Azul Platino

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Azul Platino granite has gained popularity for homeowners looking to update their kitchens and bathrooms because of its cool, almost grey-blue tones. Each slab is one-of-a-kind; no two are precisely the same — just like today’s homeowners and their lifestyles. You can further customize Azul Platino granite with a variety of countertop edges.

Steel Grey

Make a statement in your kitchen or bathroom with bold Steel Grey granite countertops! Featuring shades of grey, black, browns and blues, this granite is also available in a leather finish to give it a smooth, matte look.

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Ready to Start your Granite Countertops Project?

Countertop trends come and go, but the surface you choose will remain in your home for years to come. We always encourage our customers to pick something that makes them happy when they walk in the room and see it. Shop Valle Nevado, Dallas White, Thunder White, Azul Platino and Steel Grey countertops along with many others in our live inventory on our website or visit one of our Cutting Edge Countertops showrooms located in Perrysburg, Troy, Wixom, Noblesville and S.Indianapolis! Our experienced team is here to help educate and guide you on both the current trends and timeless classics to ensure you are confident in your choice.

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Keep Your Renovation on Track With These Tips

Ensuring that your kitchen or bathroom renovation project stays on track is no simple task. It can become a little stressful not knowing how long you may not be able to cook in your kitchen or utilize the shower in your bathroom. At Cutting Edge Countertops we understand the concern this can bring in regard to the actual length of your renovation timeline. That’s why we strive to educate our customers on what can be expected. By implementing some of these helpful tips below it will assist you in properly planning for your kitchen or bath renovation.

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Preparing for your kitchen or bathroom renovation

Your renovation timeline does not begin when the work starts in your home. It starts way in the beginning when you start planning and researching for your remodeling project. The initial step is booking an appointment with a member of the Cutting Edge Countertops team at one of our five showrooms located in Perrysburg, Troy, Wixom, Noblesville or S. Indianapolis. During your visit, they will introduce you to the services and products we offer.

Before your appointment, we encourage you to go online and browse our wide selection of countertop surfacing options in our Live Inventory available on our website to help you get an idea of what type of material and color is right for you. From granite and marble to compact surface and quartz, there is no doubt that you will find the right Cutting Edge Countertops surface for you.

Meeting with a Cutting Edge Countertop expert

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Our experts will work with you to provide industry expertise and knowledge tailored to meet your distinct project needs and the ideal vision you have for your kitchen or bath. From sink offerings, to stain protection, custom edge profiles and more, we will educate you on the variety of style options you may need to consider in order to help make your project not only stunning, but something that will withstand the wear-and-tear of your everyday life.

Planning to shop for countertops and cabinetry

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As you begin to shop for cabinets and countertops it is important you plan properly to keep your kitchen or bathroom renovation on track.  We would advise that you have the framework of your cabinets finalized prior to selecting your countertops, so you know the dimensions and measurements of your space. Please bring all of your cabinet drawings and measurements with you to your appointment as this will help greatly in pulling together all of the project details for your kitchen or bathroom countertop design.

We highly recommend after you place the order for your cabinets that you also order your countertops. This will allow you to secure measure and install dates that align with when your cabinets are installed, to keep things moving quickly so that your countertop can be fabricated and installed soon after.

Planning for your in-home remodeling

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Once you have finalized your design elements and placed your order, our team will schedule a time to get started on your kitchen remodeling project in your home.

The creation of your countertops begins with a template that will be designed after the cabinets are installed. After the template, your countertops will be fabricated. Lastly, the countertop installers will return to your home and install your countertops on top of your cabinets.

Prior to install, old countertops need to be removed completely before our team arrives at your home. While you can certainly do this on your own, Cutting Edge Countertops is happy to offer tear-out and removal services. If you choose to add this on to your project scope we will be able to carefully remove your old countertops for you. To ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible, our experienced countertop installation team takes the necessary precautions to avoid any damage to surrounding areas. At the end of the day the old countertops will be removed from the cabinets and hauled away.

On the day of your installation, you can expect at least two Cutting Edge Countertops installers who will deliver the prepared countertop and put it in place. Depending on the job size, it may require more people. To help this day go as smoothly as possible, clear the pathway for the installation team so they may easily enter your home.

Post countertop installation planning

After your beautiful new tops are installed there are a few more steps to take to get your kitchen or bath back to fully functioning. You will need to plan to schedule a plumber to reconnect the water source. At Cutting Edge Countertops we do offer plumbing services to our customers for your convenience and are happy to provide this service if you would like to include it in your project with us.

An electrician will also need to come and reconnect drains, water, gas and electrical hookups after your countertop installation is complete. This will generally happen a day or two after installation so that the countertops have time to set. If you are also planning to install a backsplash, that should be scheduled after the countertops have been installed. After a good cleaning your kitchen will be ready to go! While this process requires a certain amount of prep work and attention, the finished product is well worth it! You are creating a space that you and your family will love for years to come.

Be sure to contact our team or visit one of our showrooms located in Troy, Wixom, Perrysburg, S. Indianapolis and Noblesville if you have any additional questions. You can also find out more information about countertops on our blog!

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Top 5 Trending Granite Colors

Are you ready to upgrade your countertops to a unique yet durable surface, but not sure where to start? Our trending top 5 granite color roundup will help guide you to the perfect stone that meets your lifestyle and design preferences. The beauty of natural stone is truly unmatched, and granite has a one of a kind look that few other countertop materials can compare to. Granite countertops can take any kitchen to the next level visually and often become the talk of the room after a new install. Granite has been a top choice for countertops since the beginning, and till this day continues to be, due to its strength and variety of rich colors and natural patterns. Cutting Edge Countertops carries a wide shade range of granite, so you are sure to find a vibrant or neutral color that suits your style. However, if you are interested in learning about some of the best-selling granite countertop colors in the Midwest keep reading!

Alaska White Granite

With Alaska White granite, you can create stunning countertops or backsplashes, perfect for both indoors, and out! This stone has a lighter background with darker minerals running throughout creating a striking look that works well with many different designs. The white can pull in some lighter aesthetics if paired with dark wood cabinetry, or on the contrary, the darker elements can provide a great visual contrast to white or grey cabinetry. Alaska White granite can vary from slab to slab, so with this material, you are sure to get a unique look in your home.

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Black Pearl Leather Granite

Black Pearl Leather granite is a predominately black granite of a semi-solid color tone with speckles of blacks, golds, silvers, browns, greens and shades of gray. The leather finish is gaining more traction in the design world. It features a soft sheen that is less than polished granite but includes a textured appearance.

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Blue Pearl Granite

Blue Pearl Granite features gorgeous shades of blues, grays, and beige. This blue granite kitchen countertop has a stunning, almost metallic blue background. The shimmering specks of gray and black provide an amazing iridescent look to this stone and to the whole kitchen space. Design tip: Pair Blue Pearl granite countertops with bright white cabinetry to bring out the colors in this material and make them pop!

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White Ice Granite

One of the most popular white granites on the market, White Ice can be recognized by its pristine beauty. This granite has been admired for many years and its popularity only continues to increase. This predominately white stone features mixtures of blue and grey tones running throughout. If you are looking to make a statement, pair this stone with a darker cabinet, or achieve a trending yet timeless design by combing it with white cabinetry.

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White Sparkle Granite

White Sparkle granite is known for its cool white tones and grays highlighted by just a touch of sparkle. These elegant white granite slabs are durable enough to be used for exterior projects including outdoor kitchens, as well as a variety of interior projects in homes including granite countertops, accent walls, floors and backsplashes. Add a touch of sparkle in your home with this granite!

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Trends come and go, but the countertops you choose will remain in your home for years to come. With this being said, we always encourage our customers to pick something that makes them happy when they walk in the room and see it. Shop Alaska White, White Ice, Black Pearl Leather, Blue Pearl and White Sparkle countertops along with many others in our live inventory on our website or visit one of our Cutting Edge Countertops showrooms located in Troy, Wixom, Perrysburg, Noblesville and Indianapolis! Our experienced team is here to help educate and guide you on both the current trends and timeless classics to ensure you are confident in your choice.

Make sure you follow along on our Cutting Edge Countertops blog to stay updated on the latest news, kitchen and bath designs, and more!

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A Guide to Countertop Shopping

We know shopping for a new countertop can seem overwhelming, but with the right team behind you it doesn’t have to be. By following these simple tips you’ll be browsing the market with ease and selecting the perfect countertops for your project in no time!

Project Details

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This first step is gathering your project details. If you are just browsing then you may be able to exclude this piece for now, but when it comes to pricing, it is good to know your project’s square footage and basic details. Having this information will also help the fabricator you choose to work with better assist you.

Selecting a Material

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1. Quartz

Quartz countertops offer the look of natural stone without the upkeep. Quartz countertops have become the leading choice for countertop surfaces due to its wide range of design options, durability and low maintenance. This surface is composed of a natural blend of quartz and polyester resin, it is a scratch, stain and impact resistant. So, if you are busy and on the go, this could be the perfect surface for you! We recommend browsing our variety of colors and patterns that mimic many of your favorite natural stones.

2. Granite

Granite is one of the most popular natural stone countertops due to its unique natural beauty and durability. With its heat-resistant qualities, granite is more durable than other surfaces like marble and laminate. Granite countertops come in a wide range of colors and patterns, you can start browsing your options by viewing our live inventory.

3. Compact Surface

A non-­porous material, compact surface is highly resistant to scratches, abrasions, and stains while providing incredible color stability, all in an extremely easy to maintain surface solution. It is made from a sophisticated mixture of raw materials used in glass, porcelain tiles, and quartz surfaces. If your lifestyle demands the most of your countertop, our compact surface countertops may be just the solution.

Edge Options

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After deciding on your countertop surface, enhance your design by pairing it with the perfect edge profile. At Cutting Edge Countertops we carry a wide selection of seamless edge profiles that will add stunning detail to your countertops. Browse our options and create the custom countertops that suit your style!

Countertop Height

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Another important detail is selecting your countertop height. You should take into consideration you and your family’s needs when choosing the height. The standard height for a kitchen countertop is 36 inches. Depending on your lifestyle and needs, you can lower or raise the counter height anywhere from 1 to 3 inches.

Samples

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We understand this is a big decision and commitment, so don’t say yes to something you are unsure about. Try testing out options that you are interested in by taking home samples and placing them in your kitchen or bathroom to get an idea of how they will look against your space’s lighting, flooring, and cabinetry.

Now that you have these simple tips on how to shop countertops you are ready to start browsing! To get started on your project check out our wide selection of countertops, see what we have in stock in our live-inventory or contact us! For more design tips and tricks, visit our blog!

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How To Prepare For Stone Countertops

Upgrading your home with natural stone countertops is a thrilling home renovation project. The first step to bring your vision to life is choosing the right material for your lifestyle and decor. Next, you will get ready for the installation and if you have never installed countertops before you may not know how to prepare. Today we are breaking down how to prepare for the installation, what you can expect during and after the installation is complete.

Pre-Installation Prep

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The first step is having a measurer come to your home. They will take measurements of your entire room so the fabricator can fit the stone to your unique space. Prior to templating your fabricator will also need to know the exact make and model of any sinks, faucets and appliances that will come in contact with the countertop. Other design details such as edge details, backsplashes and rear wall treatments should also be discussed.

After the template is finished and approved, the stone will be cut and fabricated into the countertop at the workshop and the installation date will be set. If you have old countertops already in place they will need to be removed prior to the installation. This will ensure there is enough time to make repairs if anything becomes damaged in the process.

Installation

The big day is here! Expect at least two installers who will deliver the prepared countertop and put it in place. Depending on the job size, it may require more people. To help this day go as smoothly as possible, try to clear the pathway for the installation team so they may easily enter your home. It is also a good idea to remove any valuables or breakables from the area.

Installations can take anywhere from four to eight hours. Larger projects may take more than a day. A strong adhesive will be used to cement the pieces together if the countertop has seams.  Then the countertops are adhered to the cabinets.

Post-Installation

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Once the installation is complete, you will need to schedule a plumber to come and reconnect the water source, an electrician to reconnect drains, water, gas, and electrical hookups. This will generally happen the day after installation so that the countertops have time to set. If you will also be installing a backsplash that should be scheduled after the countertops have been installed.

After a good cleaning, your kitchen will be ready to go! While this process requires a certain amount of prep work and attention the finished product is well worth it! You are investing in a piece that will last for years to come with the proper care.

Have more questions about the installation process? Contact us or schedule a design session! Our team will be happy to assist you.

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New Troy Showroom Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening

Celebrate good times, come on! The Cutting Edge Countertops family was excited to be joined by the Troy Chamber of Commerce for the official ribbon cutting of our Troy, Michigan location. The ribbon cutting on the 12th kicked off our celebrations, followed by our Grand Opening event this past Saturday, June 15th. The Mean Weenie served up delicious hotdogs and we enjoyed music and giveaways from WNIC 100.3 as we assisted customers searching for new kitchen and bath countertops.

Our showroom is designed to make your shopping experience easy with a spacious, climate-controlled slab viewing gallery, an expansive sample selection, and several countertop vignettes. There are also plenty of beautiful stone countertops to browse, including quartz, granite, marble, and more! Our knowledgeable team is here to serve Troy and surrounding area homeowners for all your kitchen and bathroom countertop needs. Along with the grand opening, we kicked off the Cutting Edge Countertops Summer Sale! With this promotion, you can save up to $450 on your countertop project! So, if you live in Troy, Rochester Hills, Sterling Heights, Royal Oak, Bloomfield, or anywhere nearby, and have been thinking about tackling a renovation, now is the time!

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What can you find at our Countertop Showroom in Troy?

Quartz Countertops in Troy

If you are looking for quartz in Troy, stop by our new showroom! Quartz countertops come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, and not only provide beauty but durability as well. Quartz rivals the look of natural stone without the maintenance, so you truly get the best of both worlds. It is a non-porous surface, so it can withstand daily product spills and food crumbs that come with everyday life, making it perfect for high-traffic areas like the kitchen. So, if you’re looking for a gorgeous kitchen or bathroom countertop that will withstand the test of time, a quartz countertop from CEC might be the perfect fit for you!

Granite Countertops in Troy

Stop by the showroom to browse high quality and extremely popular granite countertops. Granite countertops have been a leading choice in both residential and commercial projects for many years and don’t show any signs of slowing down. Our Troy showroom is home to a variety of standard and unique granite colors, so you are sure to find the perfect stone to bring your vision to life. With its stain and heat resistant qualities, the investment in granite countertops is worth every penny. In order to keep these countertops looking as pristine as install day, we highly recommend your granite countertops be sealed periodically and protected. This will minimize the absorption of any water or bacteria that would cause staining and discoloration. If you are ready to start a new granite project, contact us today!

Marble Countertops in Troy

Searching for marble in Troy may seem overwhelming, but our friendly team will help guide you every step of the way from selection to installation, alleviating you of any worries. Our team can educate you on sealing and cleaning your marble countertops, so they stay in tip-top shape for the years to come. The unique veining in marble and its stunning natural beauty have long been used in ancient architecture and modern-day kitchens. Marble adds elegance and drama to any room you use this natural stone in, making it a very popular choice amongst homeowners. You’ll find mesmerizing patterns when browsing the collections of marble offered at our Troy location. To find the kitchen or bath marble countertop you have been searching for, call us today to schedule a tour!

Whether you are looking for granite, marble or quartz in Troy we have these beautiful materials and more on display at our design center. We know visiting a showroom can be intimidating, with rows and rows filled with gorgeous stones, but our team will help you narrow down the selections so that you can be confident in your choice of kitchen or bathroom countertops.

Don’t waste another minute dreaming about a new kitchen or bath countertop, contact us to learn more about your options within our brand new showroom in Troy!

Be sure to follow along on the Cutting Edge Countertops blog for news, inspiration, and more!

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Now Open: New Troy Countertop Design & Selection Center

As a growing leader in the sales and manufacturing of residential and commercial countertops for the Midwest region, we are pleased to announce the opening of our fifth Cutting Edge Countertops location in the tri-state area. Following the recent expansion of our manufacturing facility in Perrysburg, Ohio, we pursued the opportunity to better serve the design and construction market in the Troy, Michigan area.

Our newest showroom and design center is located at 192 East Maple Road in Troy. The facility is staffed by three experienced design consultants with years of experience to assist with any type of project.  With nearly 70 full-size natural stone slabs to view and even more quartz selections to choose from, customers are sure to find the perfect stone for their kitchen or bath. CEC carries a large variety of granite and marble, as well as top quartz products from HanStone, Silestone, Caesarstone, and other major material brands like Corian, Hi-Macs, Dekton, Neolith and GEOS.

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Our company operates under key safety, quality and service commitments, including maintaining first-class facilities, offering an extensive material selection, providing quick project turnaround and an unmatched dedication to customer experience.

“We have the honor of creating the centerpiece for our clients’ kitchen or bath projects,” said Keith Sadowski, CEC Regional Sales Manager. “We believe that there are no ordinary kitchens or baths, they are all extraordinary, just like our customers’ unique styles and needs.”

CEC is one of the largest fabricators of granite and quartz countertops in the Midwest, cranking out more than 50 kitchen and vanity tops a day. The company employs a state-of-the-art fabrication process that is designed to offer each client the highest quality countertops. From its 95,000 sq.ft. headquarters, CEC’s production warehousing, manufacturing, and logistics operations are centralized to service the states of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana.

“We encourage you to come visit our new showroom and let us make your new countertops the envy of the neighborhood,” Sadowski closed.

To celebrate the new space, CEC will host a grand opening event this summer.

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Design Guide: Fall Decor

Fall is here! Is your kitchen decorated? We have a few ideas for you that will keep your counter space open!

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Mini Pumpkins

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Wood Slices

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Metal Tins

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Now you have 5 great ways to decorate your space for fall. Do your countertops need a makeover? Update them with Cutting Edge Countertops! Click here to browse our surfaces.

 

 

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Carrara vs Calacatta‬ Marble

Marble has a timeless appeal, providing an elegant and sophisticated feel.  Available in a polished or honed finish, it is many people’s choice for a high-end look. Marble also has two popular variations, Carrara and Calacatta. Both are beautiful, and unique in their own ways. Want to know the difference? We’re breaking it down so you can find the perfect marble for your countertops.

 

History of Marble:

Marble is generally formed from limestone undergoing metamorphism. When exposed to extremes of pressure or heat, limestone turns into calcite or dolomite crystals, which are the primary materials in marble. Marble has a famous history. The ancient Greeks built their architecture, cities, and sculptures often from Pentelic and Parian Marbles, quarried in Greece. The Romans later used marble in their buildings as well, quarrying in the Greek spots and finding Roman marble quarries of their own. Marble is, in a lot of ways, what the classical and Hellenistic age was built from. This is one of the reasons people are drawn to marble for countertops and flooring.

 

Carrara Marble:

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The easiest way to tell the two apart is to look at the veining. White Carrera marble tends to have “softer” veining. Another factor that differs between the two stones is the base color. Carrara marble tends to look less “true white” compared to Calacatta. In fact, White Carrara can be greyish when compared to Calacatta.

 

Calacatta Marble:

Calacatta MarbleWhere Carrara has soft veining, Calacatta marble contains very sharp and thick veins. Calacatta marble also tends to be whiter than Carrara marble. This is an important factor to note, because the whiter the marble the more valuable it is, which also means the more it may cost. Nevertheless, a great choice for countertops, flooring, and backsplash.

 

In conclusion, depending on your budget and style preferences both variations of marble will make an excellent statement to your home.

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