Granite countertops are some of the most eye-catching and valuable centerpieces in a home. Granite is known for being durable, which means you expect to enjoy their attractiveness for many years. But like everything else, granite too loses its shine as time passes. Even when products like sealant is applied, it can wear thin and allow moisture to seep into the surface which causes damage. Germs, dirt, and water spots can also negatively impact your granite tops. If you want to prolong the life of your granite countertops and make them appear better than they ever have, call All American Carpet Care.
Granite Countertops Cleaning and Renewal in Bakersfield, CA
Granite Countertops Maintenance
We seal and clean your granite tops so that you can enjoy your spaces and protect your investment. There are granite cleaning retail products available, but these can provide more problems later than solutions. Most retail products contain harsh or abrasive ingredients that can damage your granite and make the finish appear aged. At All American Carpet Care, we use certified-green products when restoring your granite countertops back to life. Let us handle all your granite countertops maintenance needs so that you can focus on enjoying your home.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I re-seal my granite counters in my home?
The amount of times you should re-seal your granite depends on the absorption rate of your stone, the kind and quality of your granite sealer used, and the products used for cleaning your granite. To ensure that your granite countertops gets cleaned correctly, always contact a professional granite cleaner like All American Carpet Care.
Why is granite so popular?
Durability – granite stands up to a lot of use.
Low maintenance – Once granite is sealed, it’s a piece of cake to maintain.
Environmentally friendly – If you like to have materials in your home that help save the planet, granite is natural and and long-lasting.
Raises property value – Granite just looks classy to most home buyers and it shows them that the home has been recently remodeled or well-kept. That increases the home’s value and reassures new owners that they won’t have to deal with a major renovation.
How much does granite weight per square foot?
The weight of granite depends on its density. The average weight, however, is 13 pounds per sq. ft.