LEARN ABOUT GRANITE FLOORING
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While most commonly seen in kitchen backsplashes or countertops, Granite also makes one of the most lavish flooring options to elevate your office, business, or home. Granite is a formed with a crystalline structure that gives it striking natural beauty and incredible durability. It’s ideal for any surface, from heavily-trafficked high rise lobbies to elegant bathroom floors.
Quality granite can last several lifetimes without cracking or scratching.
WHY WE LOVE GRANITE
Granite is undeniably gorgeous and adds an element of sophistication to any space. Each slab of granite is entirely unique, giving you the potential to build diverse designs into your floors. Best of all, granite lends itself very well to radiant heat, enabling you to heat your house from the floor up. No more cold feet!
Granite is available in polished gloss or in brushed or matte surface textures, as well as a variety of colors, so you can pick an aesthetic that works with your interior. Each slab of granite contains ingrained flecks of quartz crystals and bonded feldspar, which gives Granite its characteristic sparkle.
HOW DURABLE IS STONEFLOORING?
Granite is incredibly durable and is one of the hardest surfaces you can install for your floors. Resistant to moisture, scratches, stains and other wear and tear, stone tiles have unmatched longevity and will frequently outlast many other flooring options. Stone is also impervious to UV rays from sunlight, so you can install it in sun-soaked rooms or outdoor spaces without worry.
STONE ALLERGEN CONCERNS
No matter their composition, stone tiles all have a hard, non-porous surface that resists usual allergen culprits like dust, dirt, pollen and animal dander. The smooth surface of granite makes it easy to keep clean, no deep scrubbing necessary, so you can keep dirt and allergies at bay with minimal effort.
At LA Flooring, we carry only the top-quality granite from tested brands that you can trust. Visit our store today to take a closer look.