Pennsylvania Stone Fabricator Offers Lifetime Granite Sealer With 20 Year Stain Warranty

No maintenance granite countertops now available in Pennsylvania. Yearly sealing eliminated.
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Hatfield - Pennsylvania - US

Aug. 2, 2010 - PRLog -- Akropolis Marble and Granite of Southeast Pennsylvania now offers its customers the option of owning maintenance free granite.  “In the past, we had to recommend that customers re-seal their stone once a year, and now we can do it all in the factory” said Andy Kamaratos, owner of Akropolis Marble & Granite.

“We’ve been approached over the years by several companies who claimed to offer superior stone sealers, but all of them failed in real world kitchens, until now ” added Tom Shannon, Operations Manager at Akropolis.  After extensive testing of competing products, this experienced stone fabricator determined that they had to stop relying on products that were already on the shelf, and worked with dozens of other stone experts to test and develop a product that was designed by stone fabricators, to be used by stone fabricators.

There are thousands of types of stones used for countertops and their maintenance needs vary dramatically.  Before purchasing granite, the homeowner should ask about the characteristics of their stone.  There are many types of granite that require little or no sealer, and then there are some varieties that might need six coats of conventional sealer so that they can be used in a kitchen environment.   “We’ve been torture testing this product for over 3 years, and we’ve never found anything even close to this level of peace of mind” added Beth Fanning, Director of Sales at Akropolis.

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Akropolis Marble and Granite has been in business since 1996, and has built the most advanced stone fabrication shop in Pennsylvania. They employ some of the most gifted artisans in the stone industry, and have a professionally staffed showroom on Route 309 north of the Fort Washington Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The stone yard is on site, and is currently stocked with thousands of granite slabs for customers to see.
Source:Tom Shannon
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