Category Archives: Granite Countertops
Tropic Brown Granite Countertops are a beautiful granite with colors of brown and black. The color brown is a very neutral color that easily matches any type of kitchen decor. Tropic Brown granite countertops are typically found in kitchens or bathrooms.
Kashmir White granite is found in its natural form primarily in India. It is a fine- or medium-grained Eurasian organic stone that dates to the Precambrian period of history. Most prepared slabs of Kashmir White granite are processed either directly in India or exported for processing to China.
Kashmir White granite is one of the lightest, unaffected shades of granite, and perhaps the truest “white” granite available. Though, like all granite, the color variations in Kashmir White granite will differ slightly from slab to slab, the overwhelming appearance is that of a dark white to pale gray stone with very small to medium crimson, maroon, or berry-colored embedded pieces known as garnets.
Due to its pale coloration, Kashmir White is one of the most difficult granites to maintain. While darker granites may be sealed once each year, the more porous Kashmir White requires sealing every six to eight months. With Coastal Granite Countertops and Tile, we provide each granite countertops with a lifetime sealant. This will help maintain your granite countertops and protect it from spills or stains.
When shopping for Kashmir White granite, you may find it marketed under a long list of other names, including Kashmire White, Cashmere White, Cashmire White, Bianco Kashmere White, Kashmere White, WG204, and other similar various spellings. These are all the same type of granite, meeting the standards of Kashmir White.
Giallo Ornamental Granite Countertops are one of our most popular granite countertops colors. A brazilian granite, giallo ornamental granite is best described as an off-white patterned stone with medium brown speckling and veining.
Caledonia Granite Countertops are a beautiful granite color that easily matches stainless steel appliances. There is a very unique look to Caledonia Granite Countertops, as from certain angles you can clearly see light reflected in the specks of quartz crystals. This gives the Caledonia a sparkling appearance. It is a very popular granite countertops color for kitchens and even bathroom countertops.
Here are photos of Caledonia Granite Countertops installed around the Crystal Coast:
Here at Coastal Countertops and Tile, we have been installing Verde Peacock inside many homes around Morehead City NC. Are you interested in granite countertops for your home? Contact us for a free estimate.
Although in some lighting Uba Tuba Granite Countertops look black, Uba Tuba Granite is actually a dark green granite color. Uba Tuba originates from Brazil and is one of the top most requested colors in America. Uba Tuba has a smooth, reflective surface and is commonly used in kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities. Uba Tuba Granite countertops may appear like a slick black glass, with green color enhancement varying by degree based upon the slab of choice. Upon a closer look, you can see the gold flecks and reflective earth-toned shades that are perfectly compatible with wood and glass features.
Contact us today for a free estimate on your Uba Tuba Granite Countertops!
Santa Cecilia is one of the top choices for Granite Countertops in the kitchen or bathroom. Santa Cecilia can come in different variations, ranging from light golden to even a darker golden granite color. Santa Cecilia is a beautiful color that accents all different colors and types of cabinetry.
Main colors found in Santa Cecilia granite countertops are black, brown, and gold. Each Santa Cecilia granite countertop slab is consistent with light yellow colored stone values, honey highlights and small bursts of burgundy.
Santa Cecilia is a brazilian granite and is currently one of the top favorites amoung granite countertop purchases in the Morehead City NC and Eastern NC area. Other names of Santa Cecilia include St Cecilia, Giallo Santa Cecilia, Amarelo Santa Cecilia and different variations of color are described as Light Santa Cecilia, Santa Cecilia Classic and Santa Cecilia Dark.
The two color images on the right display two different versions of Santa Cecilia. By viewing these images, you can easily see why Santa Cecilia is such an appealing color that can easily accentuate any home. Want to see Santa Cecilia granite in person? Call us or come visit our showroom to see our slabs of Santa Cecilia and pick the actual slab we will use to custom cut your countertop from!
Check out this video below that shows a full kitchen with Santa Cecilia Granite Countertops installed:
Dry-Treat manufactures innovative sealers for porous building materials, including natural stone, brick, paving, tiles engineering concrete and grout. Our aim is to continue developing new technologies which provide effective protection from common problems, including: Water ingress, staining, salt attack (efflorescence), picture framing and graffiti.
Dry-Treat innovation Dry-Treat began in 1991 as a premium developer of specialist concrete sealers for the civil engineering industry, to protect large concrete structures such as bridges, high rises and factory floors in harsh conditions, including seawater and alkaline soil. Over nearly 2 decadesDry-Treat ‘s team of engineers and chemical scientists have continued to developed unique sealers to provide premium protection for a wide range of porous materials, including natural stone, tiles, brick and paving.
The Dry-Treat Difference Dry-Treat’s impregnating sealers are technologically different from commonly available silicone, teflon and siloxane impregnators. Our specially engineered molecules penetrate deeper into porous materials and bond permanently inside the pores, without blocking them. This creates a deep barrier of protection within the tiles, paving, natural stone etc, which not only protects against staining, but against other serious damage, such as salt efflorescence. Dry-Treat impregnating sealers stand up to cleaning chemicals, traffic, sunlight, and even commercial cleaning techniques such as high pressure hosing.