Kitchen Countertops




Quartz countertops come in a wide range of patterns, including realistic marble-looks, modern concrete-looks, and nature-inspired looks. Quartz countertop colors range from icy white tones to midnight black tones, and virtually everything in between. Quartz never needs sealing. It is resistant to chipping, staining, and scratches. It’s manufactured to last a lifetime.



Natural stones are available in a beautiful spectrum of colors. It’s varied appearance has wonderful character and creates a one-of-a-kind effect everywhere it is used. It can have a polished, honed, leathered, brushed, or antiqued finish.  Each piece of stone is one of a kind masterpiece!


An excellent choice for kitchen countertops, floors, and other heavily used surfaces.  Granite is quarried from the mountains of Brazil, the U.S., India, and dozens of other countries and is one of the most popular natural stones on the market. Available in a striking array of colors, granite’s durability and longevity make it ideal for kitchen countertops!



Marble adds a sophisticated element to your home. It’s upscale appearance, superior engineering characteristics, and ease of maintenance make it a popular choice for countertops, bathrooms, floors, foyers, fireplaces, furniture, showers, thresholds, tub decks, vanities, walls, and windowsills.  Another option for marble-loving homeowners is using serpentine for kitchen counters. Sometimes called the “green” marble, serpentine is not a true marble but offers a marble-like look. Marble should be cared for as you would a fine wood finish. Using coasters on table tops and cleaning up spills immediately will preserve marble’s natural beauty and elegance.

Other Natural Stones 

Other natural stones such as travertine, onyx, soapstone, serpentine, slate and others are widely used in homes and commercial buildings. Today, new sources of domestic and foreign natural stone provide a variety that simply cannot be duplicated.

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Solid surface countertops are similar in durability to that of natural stone – However, should you accidentally inflict a deeper scratch or surface impression, a trained professional can easily resurface your solid surface countertops. The seams are not typically apparent & is non-porous without crevices or surface irregularities where harmful bacteria and mold may reside. Unlike other surfaces, it does not require a regular reapplication of sealants or waxes against natural pits and cracks to maintain hygienic properties. Built to last a lifetime,  it endures everyday wear and tear with higher resistance to stains, chemical & heat. With proper care and maintenance, your new solid surface countertops will remain beautiful and durable for many years.



The new laminates are not your grandmothers countertops!  With new technology, this budget friendly material is available in the hottest range of trends. From dramatic and playful, to natural and subdued.