A natural stone that can carry a large amount of weight, resists abrasion, and polishes very well. Granite comes in a variety of colors and is great for individuals seeking a unique, artistic look for their new countertop.
Photo: Viscont White/Vintage White
This is a man-made product consisting of ground-up, quarried slabs of natural stone that has been bound with polymer resins. Quarts provides consistency throughout a countertop's appearance.
Photo: Calypso Brown by Color Quartz (Display is available in our showroom)
A natural stone that polishes really well and is easy to carve due to its lower level of hardness in comparison to other natural stones. Marble is generally lighter in color and can have hues of blue, gray, pink, yellow and even black.
Picture: Carrara Marble
A natural stone produced from the transformation of sandstone over time. Quartzite is a compromise between granite and marble. It has the look and feel of marble with a durability close to granite.
Photo: Brown Fantasy
A natural stone that gets its name from the soft, soapy feel it has when touched. Ideally used as countertops in kitchens and laboratories due to it's ability to be unaffected by acids and alkalies. It will also resist staining easily.