Viscont White Granite

Posted On 21/02/2019

Viscont White Granite is an Indian granite and looks fantastic as a kitchen worktop. 

Our customers in Cornwall loved the natural beauty of this granite.

Veining in this granite draws peoples attention, and is the reason that Viscont White is doing so well at the moment.   

These customers decided to have 100mm up stands, sawn hob cut out, polished sink cut out, drainer grooves and pencil edge profile.

All fabrication works are carried out on CNC machinery and finely finished by hand.

We also  provided a window sill and down stand, which always finishes off behind the sink beautifully. 

And it’s important to think about utilising the large granite slabs that you have to purchase for your worktops. 

Items like window sills, up stands, cooker splash backs etc, should always be considered.  

You will probably have read in many articles that granite will stain easily, and the lighter the granite, the more easily it will stain.

These statements are true, so it’s important to seal granite.

We are certified applicators and stockists of Dry Treat Stain Proof, which is a micro porous sealant for natural stone and porcelain.

You can view all the necessary information on Dry Treats website here 

Due to Dry Treats unique micro porous technology, the sealant actually lines the capillaries of the stone.

So it sits within the stone rather than on top like the old surface sealers used to.

This means that you don’t have to re-seal your worktops every 6 to 12 months.

You can go without re-sealing for many years.

A granite countertop is easy to clean and using hot soapy water is sufficient most of the time.

But if you want to clean your worktop with a cleaning product it’s best to use a ph neutral product.

And we recommend using Hanafin Rejuvenata, which we also stock.

Have you ever wondered how much granite worktops or quartz worktops cost?

Well, to help you from being a little like this…

And a little bit more like this…

Click on to the link below which will take you to our Blog Post, explaining about the Cost of Granite Worktops versus Cost of Quartz worktops.