At A Glance

It is no surprise that granite, with its stylish, one-of-a-kind appearance and unmatched durability, has become the first choice for homeowners across the country. Resistant to burns and stains, granite countertops will hold up to the toughest tests in the kitchen. When sealed properly, granite is resistant to mold or mildew. Our pre-sealed granite countertops are perfect for areas frequently exposed to water, such as kitchens and baths. Matte finishes of granite have emerged in popularity, including leathered and honed.


Vast variety and unique qualities.
Because Quartz is composed partially of resins and partially of stone-like products, there color and style choices are extensive, and each countertop has a different end look and feel.

Strong and durable.
Quartz has a hardness of seven on the Mohs scale, which is used to measure the hardness of a mineral. For reference, a diamond is the hardest mineral at ten.

Clean, safe and consistent.
When sealed properly, quartz countertops are nonporous, which makes them cleaner, safer and more consistent than other surfaces.

Practical and beautiful.
Quartz boasts a high resistance to stains, scratches and heat.


Are Solid Surfaces Right for You? Here are the perks:

Color variety. 
The color is controlled during the manufacturing process, so you can count on color consistency throughout the entire sheet and a wide variety of colors and patterns from which to choose.

However, solid surface can be damaged by excessive force or heat.

This surface is hygienic and doesn’t require sealing. It’s also easy to clean and stain resistant.


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