Last Updated on January 6, 2020

Everyone loves a beautiful kitchen counter, but making the right choice for the perfect counter can be tough. Some of the difficulty lies in determining which color will best complement the décor of the room. For darker rooms, many people like to go with granite or trend stone to give the kitchen a beautiful luster which compliments the dark shades of cabinets, walls, and appliances.

What about lighter kitchens? Sure, a granite countertop or trend stone counter can be good option, but you might also consider a glass kitchen counter. Glass kitchen counters are strong, sleek and have a lovely polish. They will give your lighter kitchen a new radiance and are sure to “wow” your guests every time. Of course, glass counters are easy to install and maintain, so you are certain to enjoy them for years to come.

Click to learn more about the glass we use to make our glass kitchen counters . We hope that everyone had a wonderful 2009 and we wish you all a happy new year.

Last Updated on January 3, 2020

While many home improvement product manufacturers and companies tout the eco, pet, and child-friendly nature of their products, it is still important for consumers to do some quick research for themselves to ensure that these products meet acceptable standards of safety and eco-friendliness.

You might start by checking for any certifications relating to environment and health. If a company itself, or its product or service, is certified by a recognized organization, this will likely be highlighted on the company’s website or in other communication forums. So, before purchasing a home improvement product, be sure to do some research to see if the product’s manufacturer, or the product itself, has received any certifications acknowledging its safety and greenness.

At Granite Transformations, we are proud to tell our customers that our company and products have been certified by several renowned organizations, for our commitment to the manufacture of products that are safe and environmentally friendly (more…)