Countertops

Granite

Marble

Quartz

Solid Surface

Laminate Surface

Granite

Granite is an igneous rock, characterized by a hard coarse grained surface. It contains several minerals, most prominent ones being quartz and feldspars, all of which are locked into each other, making granite immensely strong as well as durable.

Marble

Marble is a natural stone, which means the marble slabs you choose will be absolutely one-of-a-kind. You will find a wide variety of hues and patterns in our marble selection. Because marble has been used for centuries, you know that this classic will not soon go out of style. Marble instantly adds to the worth of your home due to its elegance. This long-lasting stone will look as striking as the day you installed it for many years to come.

Quartz

Quartz is a non-porous material, making it a great option for any type of surface that might come in contact with staining liquids such as wine, coffee, or juice. Because it is non-porous, quartz does not harbor bacteria or viruses. This makes it a great option for your kitchen or bathroom.  Quartz countertops have the same durability as granite.

Laminate

A combination of plastic and paper—interestingly, though, generally not recycled—and sometimes board. These materials are formed into a thin layer and colored or manufactured with naturalistic or textured designs. This layer is then laminated to particleboard or chip board. It’s quite durable. To clean the surface, use a damp cloth or sponge and a mild soap or detergent.

Solid Surface

Solid Surface is a man-made material usually composed of a combination of marble dust, bauxite, acrylic, epoxy or polyester resins and pigments. It is most frequently used for seamless countertop installations.