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Level 1 Granite Colors

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Last Updated: 09 November 2020

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Different Levels of Granite Countertops Granite Countertops are used by millions of homeowners across the US. Differences in designs are literally endless because every slab of Granite is individually harvest, cut, and polish. Homeowners are always asking questions about Granite Countertops. In the past, we have answered differences between quartz and Granite, and today we are going to answer differences between different levels of Granite Countertops. What is the difference between Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 + Granite? Keep in mind… Granite is Granite. Just because Granite is different level doesn't change its great functionality properties. Granite is able to withstand extremely high temperatures, it is highly scratch resistant, and maintenance is incredibly simple. So what's difference between different grades of Granite? Let's go through different colors, designs, and prices. Level 1 Granite Level 1 Granite is the lowest grade of Granite, but it still looks great. The reason it is considered Level 1 is because it has a very simple design and colors are standard. Prices for Level 1 Granite are typically in {matheq}40-{endmatheq} 50 range per square foot. Some homeowners prefer simple look rather than higher grade of Granite. Level 2 Granite Level 2 Granite is a step ahead because designs and colors have become a little more unique. Rather than patterns being relatively uniform as shown in Level 1 Granite, there is a more variety of markings. The picture below demonstrates the differences very well. Homeowners should expect to pay between {matheq}50-{endmatheq} 60 per square foot. Level 3 + Granite Granite has more than just 3 levels. A lot of companies typically go up to 5 levels, but we have seen some Countertop companies go up to 6 or 7 levels. As Granite Level increases, you should expect to pay {matheq}58-{endmatheq} 100. Below are examples of Level 3 and Level 4 Granite. As you compare different levels of Granite, you can see clear distinction between colors and designs. Great Pros Countertop Installation Countertop Installation can obviously become a pricey job depending on what kind of grade you choose, how many square feet you need, and how many slabs need to be instal. Great Pros has multiple professionals who are ready to help you with your Countertop job. Just fill out a questionnaire and start to getting free quotes from top professionals in your area.

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