Granite still the go-to choice for countertops
For most people, remodeling a kitchen includes a complete change of cabinets and countertops, maybe even appliances. If your cabinets are still in good condition but you want to improve your kitchen in some way, replacing your old countertop with one made of granite is a good investment and will definitely change the atmosphere in your space.
Granite has a high threshold for hot and cold temperatures. For example, you can safely place hot metal pans from your oven directly on the granite top without the need for a hot pad, although you should be wary of placing hot glass or ceramic dishes on it as they may crack if the countertop is too cold. This is called thermal shock and happens because of the difference in temperature.
As for cold items, you do not need to worry about condensation that may make your granite countertop have a dark spot if it is not properly sealed. Any condensation that may form on the stone will fade away within the hour.
Granite countertops may be used as a cutting board also. Because the hardness of granite is greater than steel, you do not need to worry about kitchen knives scratching your granite surface. Still, it isn’t recommended to cut on your granite countertop as it could actually make your knife dull over time.
Another way to add to your kitchen or other rooms is to create a stand-alone island with cabinets at its base. The island is a great place to sit, eat, work, study or hang out.
Along with brand new cabinets and countertops, there are other ways to improve your kitchen to be more functional and last longer. Pull-out drawers are a great add-on for existing kitchen cabinets. With metal ball-bearing tracks and solid-wood dovetail drawers, you will never again need to worry about hard to reach items in the back.
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