How Are Granite Countertops Made? – Granite Shorts Ep.3 – Www.marble.com

How Are Granite Countertops Made? – Granite Shorts Ep.3 – Www.marble.com

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What does it take to make granite kitchen countertops? We answer this question in today’s episode. Enjoy and SUBSCRIBE!

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28 thoughts on “How Are Granite Countertops Made? – Granite Shorts Ep.3 – Www.marble.com”

  1. I wanted my seams done in the exact place as this video but my contractor wouldn’t do it because of the reason you stated.

  2. Even after 5 years, this video is nice to watch. No wasted time to pull viewers attention away yet just enough time and depth to make it interesting. Great job and thanks!

  3. Nice and wonderful.. Welcome sri lanka.. And develop your product on around world. Why..more strong feature and otherwise facilities abel here.. Thanks .

  4. It’s not unusual to see the seam near the sink. Its a smaller cut and is less noticeable. Imagine how much a 2 foot cut would stand out. The sink might add some support.

  5. I think i didn’t paid attention to the video but how is the countertop fixed to the actual kitchen cabinet?

  6. It was very interesting I like to see more videos like that thank you for the post

  7. It was really interesting to see how it came from…and ending up to. I’ve seen them my whole life in houses but never really knew how they were made especially the polishing part..Thanks for the video upload

  8. in an earlier video, you guys used a cutting machine first then a routing machine. does this machine do both, what is this machine?

  9. Great reminder that everything comes from nature. We throw it away or bury it when trends change.

  10. Thanks for sharing this informative video! My 3 year old daughter was curious about how our countertops came to us, so I found this and showed it to her. We both loved it – and now we both have such a heightened appreciation for nature and the skill involved in bringing it to our homes.

  11. Nice video. I’m now wondering how the granite gets all the variations of colors and shapes on it. I recently purchased granite hat has purple dots. I was told it maybe from berries

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