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  • Why Quartz Is Becoming More Popular Than Granite
    Why Quartz Is Becoming More Popular Than Granite

    For a long time, there was no dream kitchen without Granite. When someone was remodeling, Granite was the trendy material that everyone fantasized about. As a natural stone, it had the appeal and ...

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  • Staron Solid Surface Countertops FAQ, Staron Solid Surface Countertop Information
    Staron Solid Surface Countertops FAQ, Staron Solid Surface Countertop Information

    Advantages of Staron Countertops Staron Solid Surfaces are Durable Staron solid surfaces are made of an all-acrylic material, so they’re very durable and long lasting, especially when compared to ...

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  • LG Hausys HI-MACS FAQ, LG HI-MACS Kitchen & Bath Countertops Color Info
    LG Hausys HI-MACS FAQ, LG HI-MACS Kitchen & Bath Countertops Color Info

    Facts about LG Hausys HI-MACS Countertop Surfaces: LG Hausys Produces HI-MACS Countertops in the US: LG Hausys Surfaces Division produces HI-MACS® and Viatera® materials in their own cutting-edge ...

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  • LG Hausys Viatera® Quartz Countertop FAQ, Color Information
    LG Hausys Viatera® Quartz Countertop FAQ, Color Information

    FAQ – Facts about Viatera Quartz Countertops and Other Viatera Surfaces: Viatera Quartz Countertop Advantages: Please Contact Capitol Granite for any additional questions regarding Viatera Quartz . ...

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  • Dupont Corian Countertop FAQ, Corain Color Information
    Dupont Corian Countertop FAQ, Corain Color Information

    AQ – Facts and Questions about Corian Countertops & Corian Surfaces: What is Corian? Corian is the brand name for a solid surfacing material created by DuPont that has earned trust and respect as a ...

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  • Limestone FAQ & Limestone Countertop Color Information
    Limestone FAQ & Limestone Countertop Color Information

    FAQ – Facts About Limestone Countertops & Limestone Surfaces What is Limestone? Limestone is calcareous sedimentary rocks formed at the bottom of lakes and seas with the accumulation of shells, bones ...

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