Stone Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops
We, design, create, fabricate, supply, and deliver both all-natural stone products in addition to engineered stone like soapstone countertops and quartzite countertops.
Granite countertops provide a gorgeous look and feel to a kitchen or bathroom. As a timeless option for upgrading kitchens, granite countertops provide a natural beauty that can meet any design. In addition to the aesthetic appeal of a quality granite countertop, they also offer extreme durability. As a naturally hard stone, our granite countertops are resistant to scratches and other normal wear and tear.
Quartz countertops (also known as engineered stone countertops) present a beautiful alternative to granite and other natural stone counters. Quartz is a manufactured product, which offers you a wider selection of colors for your kitchen or bath. It also provides similar durability as granite, preventing chips and cracks from the normal wear and tear of everyday use. Finally, quartz is non-porous, so you won’t need to worry about stains.
Marble countertops offer an upgrade alternative to options like granite or quartz, while still preserving many of the benefits. As a natural stone, every piece of marble is unique. This provides stunning beauty unique to your bath. However, it is not resistant to scratching or etching.
If you’re looking for kitchen countertops or bathroom countertops, fireplace surrounds and hearths, or any custom marble or granite fabrication and installation services we are here to help make your dream a reality.
Quartzite counters have the same look as marble countertops. It also offers an expansive ranch of aesthetics and applications. Quartzite offers a wide range of options with varying levels of maintenance.
A soapstone countertop can bring a charming, rustic look and feel to your kitchen or bath. This has been used for centuries due to the warmth it can bring to a room. It is very non-porous and stain resistant, easy to clean and maintain. It is softer than granite or quartz, though, so avoid cutting directly on the surface. In all, soapstone is a wonderful option for your new countertops