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There are two types of granite sinks: Natural Granite Sink & Granite Composite Sink. No matter if it’s natural or artificially formed, a granite sink is durable, long lasting and wearable. But there are a few differences between the two granite sinks.
What are differences between granite sink and granite composite sink?
l Resists to heat
l Has a unique design in every piece
l Is resistant to scratching and stains when properly sealed
l Resists heat
l Comes with countless design options that can be made uniform with a range of matte color options
l Is resistant to scratching, stains, acids, chipping and water spots, when cleaned properly
l Provides the look and durability of natural stone at a fraction of the price
l But the drawbacks of natural granite overshadow its positives.
l Very heavy, which leads to additional installation costs and a need for extra support systems
l More prone to chipping
l Has non-porous material that requires annual sealing and proper care
l May require extra support for installation
l Requires simple routine maintenance