Choose from Quartz, Granite, Quartzite or Marble

Our fabrication shop has high volume capacity while maintaining quality control with the help of our top of the line equipment. This allows us to create and install your dream countertops within 3-5 days or sooner!

We carry a vast variety of stones to fit any budget whether it is quartz, granite, quartzite or marble.

Scroll through our stone selection below or visit our showroom 7 days a week to view them in person.

What is Granite?

Granite is a popular type of stone used for bath and kitchen countertops. This common rock has a distinct appearance and texture in its natural state, but once it is cut and polished, it becomes as smooth as any other surface. Granite is defined as an igneous rock that has a 20 percent or higher quartz content. The natural coloring of granite is dependent on the mineralogical composition of the piece, but granite usually has a variation of pink or gray coloring. In its natural environment, granite is not only known for its beauty but also for its strength.

There are numerous benefits to using granite in countertop. Granite countertops naturally resist heat so there is no need for hot pads on the counter. It is also easy to clean up because this rock will not absorb, or risk being distorted in anyway by chemicals used to clean its surface. Additionally, granite can have its edges beveled and finished in highly decorative ways that add elegance to any kitchen.

What is Quartz?

Made from one of the hardest minerals on earth, quartz countertops are arguably the most durable option for kitchens. They are also some of the most eye-catching. They come in a wide variety of colors, including fire-engine red and apple green, as well as earthy browns, blacks, and creams, with sparkles and veining for the look of granite or marble. But unlike natural-stone slabs, which are mined, these slabs are engineered in a factory.

Their primary ingredient is ground quartz (about 94 percent), combined with polyester resins to bind it and pigments to give it color. For some designs, small amounts of recycled glass or metallic flecks are added to the mix. The resins also help make these counters stain and scratch resistant—and nonporous, so they never need to be sealed. Compare that with granite, the reigning king of high-end countertops, which typically requires a new protective topcoat at least once a year.

What is Quartzite?

Quartzite is an extremely hard metamorphic rock that originated as sandstone. Through a process of high heating and pressurization sandstone is transformed into Quartzite, an extremely strong and durable natural stone. When heated, individual quartz pieces recrystallize giving it a beautiful and decorative sparkling pattern. Quartzite is ideal for any countertop surface due to its strength and long-lasting composition. Consider quartzite countertops for its strength, beauty, and overall durability.

Countertop Edges

For the most part, people do not think about what type of countertop edge they want until their countertop manufacturer asks them the question. To keep it simple, here are the 4 common edge profiles we can provide to best suite your kitchen design.

Flat Polish
Half Round
1/4″ Bevel
1/2″ Bevel
Mitered Edge