February 28, 2017

Common Granite Myths

GoodFellas Granite, LLC helps uncover common granite myths: Granite countertops are absorbent. Granite countertops stain easily. Stains in granite countertops are permanent. Granite countertops will lose its polish over the years. They require a lot of maintenance. Heat will cause granite countertops to chip and crack. Granite’s tiny pores and fissures harbor bacteria. GoodFella's Granite, LLC qualified team of experts is ready to answer any natural stone questions you may have! Call t..
February 23, 2017

Top 5 granite kitchen countertops and why?

The top 5 granite kitchen countertops are: White Granite - White granite makes your kitchen look bigger. Beige Granite - Selecting beige granite gives you more decorating options. Brown Granite - Create a warm, rustic kitchen look by choosing brown granite. Black Granite - It shines! Jewel-Toned Granite - Add an exotic touch to your kitchen when you choose jewel-toned granite. Visit GoodFellas Granite showroom and select your new granite from a huge on-hand selection to achieve your look. ..
February 7, 2017

Tips for a Kitchen Remodel

Tip - Design two kitchens in one for visual interest. The secret to successfully designing two kitchens in one is to keep some elements the same throughout the space. For example, keep all the cabinet doors the same and hardware a consistent metal but incorporate different colors like white cabinets and wood counters in one part and in another section a marble counter with blue-gray cabinets. GoodFellas Granite, LLC offers a wide selection of kitchen cabinets and countertops to give your kitch..
February 2, 2017

Why are Quartzite countertops increasing in popularity?

Quartzite countertops are becoming an increasingly popular choice among homeowners and interior designers. Quartzite is a natural stone—not to be confused with the manmade product, quartz, which is made of crushed stone and resin. Quartzite is known for its crystalline sparkle, durability, earth-tone colors, and stylish appearance. Quartzite has similar properties to marble with less maintenance. It is naturally strong and durable, relatively heat resistant but not indestructible enough to pro..