Kitchen tops are horizontal work surface in kitchens or other food preparation areas, bathrooms or lavatories, and workrooms in general. It is frequently installed upon and supported by cabinets. Kitchen tops are custom made and more scratch resistant as well as less porous than natural quartz surfaces, and don't need to be sealed like other stone surfaces.
Granite is an igneous rock composed of mostly two minerals: quartz and feldspar. It is an intrusive rock, meaning that it crystallized from magma that cooled far below the Earth's surface. Its name is derived from the Latin word 'granum,' which means 'grain,' a reference to the easily-seen minerals in the rock. Although the term 'granite' or 'granitic' is sometimes used as a general description for any intrusive rocks that look like granite, the name really applies to a rock with a very specific mineral composition. Granite is composed mostly of two minerals: quartz and orthoclase feldspar (a potassium-rich variety of feldspar). Quartz must make up at least 20% of the rock and orthoclase at least 35%.
Kalinga stone an engineered stone of veined marble and quartz that comes in over 150 designs and shades to suit your interiors. However, it also offers the steadfastness and durability of quartz, making it an ideal addition to a bustling kitchen. This countertop option is fast becoming interior designers’ and architects’ preferred engineered stone.