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  1. Marble & Granite: Which is best for your Countertop Granite forms when magma cools slowly underground allowing large crystals of minerals to form. These crystals are what gives it its characteristic grains of color. Quartz, potassium feldspar, mica, and amphiboles are what primarily comprise it along with other trace minerals. India is best known for granite and marble products. India have Top Marble company in India which is expanded to the world. Marble begins as limestone subjected to intense heat and pressure that recrystallizes the calcite and changes the texture of the rock. The process incorporates other minerals that provide its color and characteristic veining. The main component is a calcium carbonate that is softer than the minerals that form up granite. High-end kitchen builds or renovations typically come right down to a choice between marble or granite countertops. Both are great materials that make the kitchen feel luxurious. They’re also the best way to add value to a home. Kitchens are great at retaining the value of upgrades, so investing in the nicest materials Contact-Us:-9414157448 Website:-

  2. typically pays off well when it’s time to sell. Even though they’re often grouped together at the high end of the kitchen countertop spectrum, they’re certainly not the same. Let’s take a look at both to help you decide which one’s best for you. Both Granite and Marble are made from genuine natural stone which means each slab is exclusive and delightful. Marble is popular for its veining, which has led to the term “marbling.” Marble also ages beautifully. Granite and marble are available in a number of colors and the options and therefore the patterns are endless. Marble is more porous and should have a quality sealer to reduce staining. Because the minerals that form marble is sensitive to some chemical agents, it's important to wipe spills away quickly. Anything acidic will leave an etch mark if left on the stone for too long. Marble needs to be cared for in the same manner a fine piece of wood is cared for. Natural granite may be a very hard, nonporous stone, making it immune to scratching and staining; it offers ideal material for any kitchen counter. You can even cut on granite with a blade without scratching it, but you'll risk dulling or ruining your knives very quickly. Because natural granite has little porosity, spilled liquids typically leave no stains after they're wiped away. Marble is comparatively softer and more porous stone than granite, that makes it susceptible to stains from watery or oily liquids and scratches from sharp objects, like knives. Applying a sealer to a marble countertop provides a barrier to liquids, making them less likely to stain after spills are cleaned. While there is a range of pricing for both stone types depending on the type of marble or granite, marble skews costlier. Both stones are considered high-end counter finishes, but marble is more unique and features a luxury cachet that granite lacks. Granite has become extremely prevalent in recent years and is more de rigueur in upscale homes than a special luxury. Gangadhara Exports is one of the best Marble Exporters in India. We are the leading Marble supplier in India. Contact-Us:-9414157448 Website:-

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