Granstone Ottawa Now Providing a New Line of Dekton Countertops

After great response from clients on their previous granite, marble and quartz countertops, Granstone Ottawa are now launching Dekton countertops. Dekton material is one of the cutting-edge innovations and it is now being used for countertops for kitchens and bathrooms all around the world. Dekton is made from the same inorganic raw materials that produce porcelain and glass. Dekton boasts features that have been a breakthrough in the countertop industry and has come to be known for its durability.

Dekton has a metal like finish to it and is created using a method known as Particle Sintering. In this particular method, the raw materials are pressed by a massive 25,000-ton weight press to create a compound. A few of the main features of Dekton countertops are stated to be their scratch and stain resistant surface, color stability and resistance towards extreme temperatures.

Granstone will now be bringing to their customers what is stated to be an exquisite range of Dekton countertops. The company states that they will now be introducing Dekton countertops in many designs and colors for their customers to order.

The spokesperson for the company spoke about this new range of Dekton countertops in an official statement “Here at Granstone, we are all about cutting-edge innovation and when it comes to countertops, one of the most innovative and practical materials available in the market is Dekton. Not many people know the amazing qualities of Dekton and that is why we want to introduce this amazing product to our customers. Not only is Dekton ideal for kitchen work surfaces, especially in restaurants and busy kitchens, it is also very durable, easy to clean and has no water absorption.”

For more info, details on the Dekton line by the Granstone and for contact details, the company’s official website can be visited at

Contact: Sebastien Malherbe Phone: 613.733.0391 Fax: 613.688.9872 2676 Mac Street, Ottawa, ON, K1V8V1 Canada

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