How to install granite fireplace surround?

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Granite is used as countertops across homes in the country. It is known that granite has beautiful appearance and durability. It is available in a variety of colors and can be shaped in a number of ways: flat, beveled, curved or rounded. Granite is being considered as a good choice in fireplace surrounds too.

A fireplace surround is an area that is around the fireplace including the edging on the sides, bottom, and top. Granite is one of the most durable materials found and it is composed of mineral crystals like feldspar and quartz. Granite being long-lasting, resistant to heat is the best material to be used for the fireplace. It also gives a clean and sophisticated look to the home. Granite has unique features such as its individual color and pattern and is available in colors such as black, brown, gold, red, blue and grey. One can choose from the combination of colors according to the décor.

You should definitely install granite fireplace surround:

Granite is damage-free and requires zero maintenance. It is extremely durable, highly resistant to scratches and stains. Granite fireplace surrounds upgrades the look of any room and makes the ordinary fireplace spectacular one.

Maintenance guide for granite fireplace surround:

Granite fireplace surround can be cleaned easily with few drops of cleanser and a soft cloth. Cleaners with acid, ammonia, vinegar should be avoided completely as it may damage the stone. Before installation, granite can be sealed to give extra protective shield. Cleaning and polishing help in maintaining the surface of granite. Dirt, soot, and stains should be removed regularly using cloth or sponge.

A granite fireplace surround gives a style quotient to the décor, enhances the architectural feel of the room and transform the overall look and feel of the room. Visit: www.montgranite.com

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