Natural stone surfaces, such as granite or marble, brings warmth and character into any room that must be matched with your needs and personality.
Within the pages of our website we will guide you through as much information possible to help you make the right choice for your home or office when remodeling or choosing for new construction.
There are pros and cons to any surface you place in a kitchen, bathroom, living room or bedroom that you need to understand prior to your purchase.
As you continue through the pages of this website you will find out the properties and benefits of various surfaces like granite, marble, quartz, limestone and much more. You can also learn about how stones are quarried in various areas around the world, advantages and disadvantages of specific stones and other surfaces, choosing the right edging, how to care for your stone or manmade surface and a bit about who we are.
The primary purpose of providing you with all this information is because we do more than just sell you a countertop. We make every effort to guide you through the process so that you are pleased with your decision through the lifetime of your new addition.
Its longevity and Natural Beauty adds immeasurable value and character. More...
Highly scratch resistant
Not affected by heat
Some Granite requires proper
sealing to help prevent staining
Tile countertops are popular in country-style kitchens and are durable materials. More...
Grout can be a problem
More expensive than laminates
Wood countertops have often been used to give a natural warm appearance. More...
|Durable if cared for
Scratches can be removed
|Acrylic or Plastic
Unlike laminates, acrylic and/or polyester plastics are homogenous throughout the material. More...
|Many colors available
Scratches can be repaired
Hot Pots will melt finish
Made of a thin layer of plastic (1/32" or 1/16") that is glued to particleboard or wood and can simulate many different materials. More...
|Inexpensive and fairly durable
Endless patterns and colors
Easy to clean
|Abrasive cleaners can scratch and dull the finish
Laminates usually cannot be
repaired once damaged