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Frequently Asked Questions
Is Granite hard to clean & seal?
Granite is very easy to maintain. Clean with a neutral soap and warm water or a natural stone cleaner. Every couple of years, depending on how much you use your stone, reseal with a natural stone impregnating sealer.
Do you only carry Marble?
Our name may be Quality Marble, but we offer a variety of products like Granite, Marble, Travertine & Quartz. Visit one of our showrooms, or our ‘Products’ page for more information.
What is the difference between Quartz & Quartzite?
Quartzite is a natural stone is found in nature, and formed by natural processes. Quartz is an man made material formed by combining naturally found quartz and a polyester resin.
Do you work outside of Pinellas County?
Yes, we have a secondary location in Hudson, FL, and we work all throughout the state of Florida. We have even serviced as far north as Tennessee, and as far south as Cat Cay, Bahamas!
What is Quartzite & how is it different from Granite & Marble?
Quartzite is a naturally occuring stone formed by natural processes, just like Granite & Marble.
Is Granite hard to maintain?
Use coasters under all glasses, particularly those containing alcohol or citrus juices. Many common foods and drinks contain acids that will etch or dull the surface of many stones. Do not place hot items directly on the stone surface. Use trivets or mats under hot dishes and placemats under china, ceramics, silver or other objects that can scratch the surface.
Is my countertop going to be sanitary?
Today’s consumer is offered a wide range of surfacing materials for use in countertop applications. Once in service, these countertop surfaces will be exposed to a variety of contaminative substances. The key safety issue to the consumer is the degree of cleanability of the surface material, that is, how easily any contaminants can be removed using normal and reasonable cleaning practices.
What is RADON?
Over the past few years, there has been some consumer confusion and concern about rumoured radiation levels occurring in natural granites used for residential counter- tops, floor tiles, etc. The origins of this concern are advertisements published by manufacturers of competing materials. Levels of radiation from granitic products, while technically measurable, are in fact, just small fractional values of established thresholds for environmental safety.
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