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Soapstone Countertops

For An Old School Look 

**All natural stone materials are products of nature. Variations in characteristics such as color, shade and veining are to be expected. Stone in natural light vs. artificial light can also change the look and feel.  Photos provided are meant as an example only. Please call us to set up an appointment to view slabs and discuss material options for the best look and feel. 

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Soapstone – Your first encounter with soapstone countertops may have been in your high school chemistry class as it was often used because of its ability to resist staining once properly treated. Soapstone has come a long way since then and making a strong comeback in American homes.

 

Soapstone is relatively soft because of its high talc content and may feel soapy when touched, hence the name. There is no fixed hardness for soapstone because the amount of talc it contains varies widely, from as little as 30% for architectural grades such as those used on countertops, to as much as 80% for carving grades. The popularity of soapstone is on the rise as more homeowners and businesses are looking for an old school feel with a modern touch.

 

 

  • Recommended uses –

    • Commercial & Residential

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