Let’s start with the first positive side of buying granite, its homogeneity. Granite presents a homogeneous pattern and hardly integrates imperfections. For those who know granite, they know that it is naturally impossible to contain fossils in its integrity. Why is this so? Because granite comes from volcanic lava that has cooled over time. Needless to say, granite also contains no water lines, so it can adapt to any weather condition without breaking or cracking.
Granite adapts to every personal taste. The best known is indeed the gray granite, but there are other qualities of granite that present very appealing colors. Direct from the north and south of Portugal to LSI Stone, we consider it one of the most popular granites in Portugal at the moment.
Rare is the kitchen in Portugal that does not have granite on the countertop. For years it has been very famous both in private homes and even in large scale buildings. But why granite? It’s simple, because of its durability and adaptability. It is a very practical type of stone when it comes to cleaning, not to mention easy to repair when damaged (which almost never happens).
Adaptable to various weather conditions, granite is a natural element that suits both the inside of the house and the outside.
Granite itself appeals to sustainability, if the stone is dirty, you can just wipe it clean with a damp cloth. Even if it’s something harder to remove, you can rub it off because this type of stone doesn’t scratch that easily! It is also a great option for those who are starting a sustainable life, for example, when you make food by the fire, you can put it directly from the fire onto the granite without causing any damage to the stone.
Betting on granite is also betting on your health. Having a natural element is an asset to the process of cutting food, because it prevents other flavors and chemicals from being integrated into it.
Everything that is cared for, lasts longer. The same happens with stone, if each one takes good care of what they have at home, it will end up lasting generations like the great-grandmothers’ house in portugal.
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