Synthetic Granite is up to 5x cheaper


Which one is real?

Here’s a piece of real granite

on top of a Liquid Granite sample:



Can you tell the difference?

Here is detail of two countertops,

both finished in Liquid Granite:



Liquid Granite Dreams (a form of synthetic granite) has a very true-to-life look, as well as great durability in terms of scratch, heat, stain and mold/bacteria resistance – along with the choice from around 100 colors. This allows anyone to have “granite” and “natural stone” countertops (which otherwise could have been out of their budget), as well as other stone accents (fireplaces, art, wall accents, etc.), thus greatly increasing the value of their home.

Instead of the color of stone, you can also put anything under the clear and shiny top layer – designer’s artwork, a sentence, a picture, etc. – and this would allow one to create a countertop that is unique and one-of-a kind, allowing endless possibilities for self-expression.

This new technology fundamentally changes a few concepts of remodeling, which we’ve gotten used to take for granted, as -- so to say -- a necessary evil.

First of all, unlike most countertop/kitchen remodeling projects, a Liquid Granite Dreams project does not tie up your essentially important living area for a week or more: it takes only one day, roughly. An overnight transformation: a real-life way to wow your wife when she comes home from a two day business trip.

Secondly – and this is especially important for rental properties that get quite a bit of turn-over: wear and tear on countertops is no longer an issue of either a federal case remodel or having to show the unit without that brand-new look that is oh, so appealing to absolutely any class of renters. Once this Liquid Granite is installed, restoring a brand-new look is usually a matter of a few hours and a cost the amount of which does not exceed traditional damage deposits.

This is an impressive product. Check it out at www.LiquidGraniteCountertops.com


Comments 7 comments

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Deborah-Diane 5 years ago from Orange County, California

That is amazing! I cannot tell the difference between the two in the photo. I have never heard of synthetic granite, but it is something to consider in the future.


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Peggy W 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

Like Deborah-Diane, I had never heard of synthetic granite. Nice to know about this option for those people wishing to remodel older homes (like ours!) Rating this useful. Thanks!


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jill of alltrades 5 years ago from Philippines

This is great information! Thanks for telling us about it. Voted up and useful!


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carrie450 5 years ago from Winnipeg, Canada

The similarity is amazing. Thanks for that information.


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Sandyspider 5 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

Good information. I didn't know there was synthetic granite.


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mulberry1 5 years ago

Very, very interesting. I'm wanting new countertops but don't want to buy granite although I love the look. This synthetic granite might be a worthy alternative.


menjie medina 4 years ago

where can i get one, is there a supplier here in the Philippines?

thanks and good day

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