Are you looking for the most durable counters in the tri-state area? Dekton countertops are a top recommendation due to their increased resistance to abrasion, stains, and even sunlight. Dekton products are designed for long-term use, thanks to a sophisticated blend of raw materials. Each Dekton countertop is made with the highest quality quartz, porcelain, and glass.
The company uses the exclusive Sinterized Particle Technology, which creates an accelerated version of the natural metamorphic change that occurs with natural stone. The result is a durable material with zero porosity or micro-defects.
Dekton countertops provide enhanced protection against harsh UV rays, making them the perfect choice for indoor or outdoor installation. The highlights of Dekton countertops include:
The unique process used to produce Dekton counters increases the color fastness of the material. It is less likely to fade from constant exposure to the sun. The material is also extremely resilient. Domestic utensils do not scratch the surface.
Dekton quartz counters are also less porous compared to other choices. The low porosity shields against stains, allowing you to wipe up most spills without worrying about staining.
Along with increased resistance to stains and scratches, Dekton counters can resist fire, heat, freezing, and thawing. You can rest hot utensils, pots, and pans on the surface without causing damage.
As the material is naturally resistant to freezing and thawing, it can also withstand the coldest environments, including cold New York winters.
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Proper installation is essential for ensuring the longevity of your new Dekton counters. At New Granite Marble, we carry certifications from the leading companies, including Dekton, ensuring that you receive reliable installation.
Choosing us for your dekton countertop installers gives you peace of mind in knowing that your new countertops are in good hands. Dekton offers certifications to fabricators and installers that meet their strict work code of ethics and standards.
Dekton also offers an assortment of options for its countertops. From 4 to 30 mm, Dekton offers slabs in varying thicknesses to suit your specific needs. You can also browse dozens of colors from multiple collections with industrial, natural, and solid color designs.
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We are your source for granite countertop installation that you can count on. Along with industry certifications, we possess years of experience installing countertops throughout the New York tri-state region.
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Dekton is not a natural stone; it is a man-made engineered surface. It’s composed of a blend of raw materials, including glass, porcelain, and quartz, which are subjected to a high-temperature, high-pressure sintering process. This process creates a dense and durable surface with some stone-like qualities, but it’s not a natural stone like granite or marble.
Dekton is typically more expensive than granite, mainly due to its complex manufacturing and fabrication process.
Whether Dekton is better than granite depends on your specific needs and preferences. Dekton offers superior durability and resistance to staining and heat, making it a popular choice for some. However, granite has its own appeal with its natural beauty and unique patterns. Ultimately, the choice between the two comes down to what qualities you value most in a countertop.
Dekton is highly heat-resistant and can generally withstand hot pans and cookware without immediate damage. However, it’s still recommended to use trivets or hot pads to prevent any potential long-term effects on the countertop’s appearance or structure, as extreme or prolonged heat exposure can affect the surface finish or cause thermal shock.
While Dekton is highly scratch-resistant, it’s not recommended to cut directly on it with sharp knives. Prolonged or aggressive cutting can potentially dull your knives and may leave marks on the surface over time. To preserve both your countertop and your knives, it’s advisable to use cutting boards when working in the kitchen.