The advantages of using this slab material include its natural and unique look that has a colourful and distinct veining pattern. It is resistant to heat, cuts, or scratches, and most stains especially when it is properly sealed and polished. However, the edges can chip off and is costly to fix. It may also need periodic resealing to remain stain free.
This is much similar to granite in appearance. However, one major difference is that it requires no maintenance. On the downside, its edges chip off easily.
This is another popular option that resembles natural stone, wood, or quartz. It is a cheap option. Although it’s heat resistant, cutting directly on it can cause permanent damages.
Wood is another favourite choice because of how decorative and beautiful it is. It gives the kitchen a very warm feel, is highly heat resistant and recyclable. However, it needs proper sealing and requires refinishing every 10 – 15 years.
Concrete is one of the most durable and customizable materials you can choose from because of the variety of stain colors and textures to pick from. It is heat and stain resistant than most materials. However, it is prone to cracking and is very expensive.