Marble and granite are both natural stones, that come from the earth, but still very different from each other. Granite is formed deep in the earth at very high temperature and is the hardest of the two.

Marble is formed from sediments under the seabed. That’s why marble it is not recommended for Counter tops in kitchens and bars. Marble is good for bathroom vanities, shower and fireplaces.

Granite and Marble Both solidify into stone after millions of years, but the mineral composition of the two stones makes them react differently to various chemicals and household cleaners.

Let us tell you a little abour granite:-)

Granite is found in Rock Quarries, then cut and polished to reveal its brilliant beauty. Just like snowflakes, no pattern in granite is the same, no two pieces alike.

There are many different styles and cuts, and you can be sure that Granite will add value to your home!

It is used mainly for kitchens, bathrooms, vanity counters, outdoor countertops, and entryway flooring.

Granite has been forming for millions of years.

Granite is created deep within the earth from magma, and then cooled slowly under great pressure. Due to that, Granite has very dense grains which makes it impervious to stain’s and perfect for kitchen countertops.

It has been used all over the world including Egypt where it was used to build The Red Pyramid, which is the third largest Pyramid in the world. Besides being perfect for historical sites, it is easy to maintain and will keep its glossy shine for decades due to the combination of the various minerals that it holds.