Maryland Granite Launches New Quartz Stone Countertop Material

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Maryland Granite finally launched the long awaited line of quartz stone products named Aspen

Granite countertops will always be popular, but engineered stone offers a more futuristic and modern options to those that are seeking a different option

Granite Countertops in Maryland have long been the number one choice for home owners when it comes to redoing their kitchen or bathroom countertops and replacing them with natural stone, but now Maryland Granite is proud to announce the launch of their own line of Engineered Stone humbly named “Aspen Quartz”.

Aspen Quartz is a man-made material exclusively made for the countertop industry. Aspen consists of a perfect blend of crushed quartz stone materials, mixed with colorful resins that spark a stylish high-end yet affordable countertop material.

Although granite has been popular for many centuries, engineered stone offers the same kind of versatility and variety of colors and elegance. “Granite countertops will always be popular, but engineered stone offers a more futuristic and modern options to those that are seeking a different option” says CEO of Maryland Granite.

There are endless options for the use of engineered stone countertops, anywhere from your bathroom vanity, to your kitchen, laundry room, elegant desk, to tile, and varying from homes to airports, hospitals, stadiums, malls and literally thousands of other applications.

Countertop fabrication is an art. From the time one first pulls a natural stone slab into the cutting stage, to the exact layout of the countertops, and then the final human-hand polishing touches to the edges. Every process has to be in sync with each other and consist of perfect alignment to assure consistency and accuracy on the cut pieces. Installation is the final stage of the value chain, and thus the most important. Carefully placing the pieces on the cabinets, installing the sink, and aiming for the most undetectable seam when b ringing any two pieces together. Maryland Granite loves this process and is always striving to make it better. “Constant improvements is what drives our business day to day”.

You can contact a Maryland Granite team member at 301-605-1168

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