Time is variable of the customer at selection level. Delivery of material from supplier to the shop, fabricate the product and installation process can take 2 weeks and up.
In general, porcelain tile is harder than ceramic and offers greater design flexibility. Although both are made from clay and other naturally occurring materials, the clay used to make porcelain tile is more refined and purified.
Granite is a stone type is extracted from earth, hence it is natural stone. With natural stones, the appearance might not be completely uniform but no matter. Mother nature’s gift is beautiful… It is very Durable and gives any place a very royal feel. Quartz on the other hand is man made, it is the most durable type of counter top because it is heat, scratch, stain resistant. The design will be uniform through out the countertop or where ever you wish to put it. It is less expensive and there are a variety of colors to chose from.
For Commercial Projects- Retail Sales Counters, Office Kitchenette Countertops, Reception Counters, Boardroom Table Tops, Wall Cladding, Coffee Stations, Bathroom Surfaces.
There is no special cleaner for granite countertops. If a granite countertop is sealed perfect this will protect from soak oil, spills and other colored products like coffee. Using a microfiber cloth, a gentle dish soap, and warm water will give a nice shiny and clean granite surface. It’s not recommended to use abrasive products for cleaning as well bleach, ammonia or other chemical disinfectants which will affect the sealed countertop. For disinfecting area can be used isopropyl alcohol diluted 50:50 with water. Sealing your countertop every 2-3 years will keep your granite color shiny, clean and you’ll not have to worry about stains removal.
Compared with granite and marble, quartz countertops also don’t need special cleaners. The quartz surface is more durable and does not require sealer on the top which makes easy to clean and maintain. To clean a quartz surface area can be used mild soap, warm water and soft cloth. To sterilize a quartz surface can be used 50:50 water and isopropyl alcohol or 25 (vinegar) : 75 (water).