Don’t Break the Bank: Find Affordable Countertops

One thing you can always count on with Legacy Tile & Granite is the fact that we respect our customers. And because we respect you, we respect your budget too. We take your budget and use that as the basis to find the perfect countertop.

You might think that affordable countertops aren’t easy to come by, but you’ve got experts on your side. Our team of professionals at Legacy Tile & Granite knows how to find the best quality stone slabs at a price that you can afford. We’ll make sure that you get the countertop you’re looking for without breaking the bank.

And there’s more good news! The reason that affordable countertops were difficult to find in the past is that not as many materials are as widely available as they are today. Since stone slabs are more easily accessible, that means they can be sold at a price that is realistic for more people.

In our showroom, three of our favorite stones include granite, marble, and quartz, and they’re more affordable now than they’ve ever been. Keep reading to learn more about them and what they offer.

Granite’s popularity is nothing new. This timeless stone has been highly coveted by homeowners for decades now, and it’s not fading from the public eye anytime soon. It comes in a wide variety of shades, ranging from very light to very dark, and its slabs are complete with eye-catching patterns that can never be replicated. Your granite countertop will be completely unique.

In years past, granite was known for its lofty prices, but luckily that is no longer the case. Not only is it more widely available, but there are also ways to save money when you invest in it. For example, if you choose granite tiles over a single slab, you can save a considerable amount and still get the same benefits that a granite slab offers.

Since granite is a porous stone, it needs to be sealed regularly. This sealant prevents it from soaking up liquids and becoming chipped or stained.

One place where you don’t want to cut corners with granite is during installation. You should always invest in a professional installer to do the heavy lifting for you because granite is an incredibly weighty, difficult-to-manage stone. Professional installation is always worth it to avoid damage.

Marble is yet another stone that has been popular for ages, and it’s no wonder why. This gorgeous stone has the ability to brighten up any room with its clean and bright aesthetics, and it’s like having your very own piece of artwork in your kitchen. It comes in shades of gray, black, white, and blue, or even rare hues like green and pink.

Like granite, marble must also be sealed periodically in order to avoid stains, marks, and chips. They can also be very sensitive to acids, so be careful with the substances that you use around your stone. All you need to clean it with is mild soap and water—no harsh chemicals—and your marble will shine for generations.

Carrara marble is the most affordable type of marble on the market, and its remarkable beauty will surely make your kitchen come to life.

Quartz is a nonporous, engineered stone. This type of countertop never needs to be sealed, is incredibly easy to clean, and is known for being hygienic. There’s not much more to ask for when it comes to a perfect kitchen countertop.

Quartz countertops are more sensitive to heat than natural stones, thanks to the resins included in their composition. To avoid damage, always use a hot pad when handling hot pots and pans.

While there are quite a few expensive quartz options out there, our team at Legacy Tile & Granite can help you find an affordable slab that works for you.

Don’t Break the Bank

At Legacy Tile & Granite, we care about the money that our customers spend, and we want to help you stay within your preferred budget. To get started on your project, get in touch with us today.

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