① Stone countertops and granite
Granite, especially the black sand, has been the first choice for many customers in the past few years as a cooktop. Black sand has high hardness, wear resistance and gloss. Today I am still discussing this issue with our installer, and he likes the cooktop made of black sand very much. It’s just because there are many kinds of materials that can be used to make stoves now, and they are no longer limited, so there are fewer people who make stove tops in black sand.
② Stone countertops and marble
Marble countertops have many patterns on the surface, natural textures and natural materials, and they have a super high value when used on kitchen countertops. And natural marble is strong and scratch-resistant, and it is not easy to crack when subjected to high temperature or impact.
③ Quartz stone
The quartz stone mentioned here is the quartz stone dedicated to the stove, not the ordinary imitation quartz stone. Quartz stone is wear-resistant and not afraid of scratches, good heat resistance, can be paved on a large area of the wall, seamless splicing, durable, strong anti-pollution, not easy to penetrate stains, the color of the stone is consistent, does not fade, does not change color, and is rich in color. This is the most widely used cooktop material on the market today.
Health and Safety
Fire and high temperature resistance
Slate, a new material, has been quickly loved by the public. The advantages of slate safety and hygiene, fire resistance, high temperature resistance, stain resistance, scratch resistance, corrosion resistance, and easy cleaning make it a popular material for stove tops. As people’s requirements for the quality of life are getting higher and higher, slate will eventually occupy an absolute position in the aspect of cooktops.