Why Choose a Recycled Glass Countertop? Vetrazzo Q &A

Vetrazzo Recycled Glass Countertops - with green, blue, brown, yellow specs of glass
Expert: Stone Center
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Q. What is Vetrazzo?
A. Vetrazzo is a line of exquisite surface materials crafted from recycled glass that can be used anywhere natural stone is used; countertops, tabletops, architectural cladding and more.

Q. What makes it so unique?
A. It’s more eco-friendly than granite! Plus, Vetrazzo surfaces offer a more lively design signature, which makes it perfect for both residential and commercial projects. 85% of the glass content is recycled, but is still very elegant.

Q. How is it constructed?
A. Vetrazzo is manufactured by you, the home or residential owner. Once glass products are discarded into your curbside recycling bin, it is then sent to a facility that processes the glass by color and glass type. Once sorted, the glass is crushed and packaged for companies to purchase for reuse.

Q. How durable is it compared to granite?
A. Along with its strength, Vetrazzo is scratch and heat resistant. It can be used wherever granite or other natural stone surfaces are found.

Q. Is it easy to maintain?
A. To maintain the original look of your countertop, do not use abrasive cleaners. Instead, regularly use a warm damp cloth to clean up spills or scrapes.

Stone Center is a stone distributor with an exotic selection of stones from around the world. With the largest selection of Soapstone slabs, we are also proud to be the exclusive distributor of top brand surfaces, such as Vetrazzo, Compac Quartz and Neolith.

Visit our website at www.stonecenteratlanta.com or ask your Builder, Designer or Fabricator about Stone Center to learn more about our exclusive lines, as well as our collection of Granite, Marble and Quartzite.


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