Countertops

Does your countertop need to be replaced?

What do you see when you look at your kitchen counter? Are there cracks and chips in the surface? Is the finish peeling, or gone completely? Are there deep-set stains you just can’t seem to get clean? If so, then It’s time to replace your countertop with a natural stone surface! A new countertop can transform your kitchen or bathroom and provide the function you need to fit your lifestyle.

Planning to put your home on the market soon?


Did you know a kitchen is one of the top deciding points for home buyers? If you’re trying to sell your home, dated color schemes and materials can detract value from your home, lowering its final sell price or even preventing your house from being sold at all. We offer budget-friendly options that will help you give your kitchen a fresh new look before you put it on the market.

Our Most Popular Material Choices:

We offer a wide selection of natural stone countertop materials for you to choose from. Although there are pros and cons of each material, your salesperson will take the time to discuss the properties of each one so you can make an informed decision based on your needs.

Granite Countertops

One of the most durable countertop options available, granite is a natural stone which comes in a beautiful array of colors and patterns. People typically choose granite because it is long lasting and low maintenance.

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Marble Countertops

Timeless and elegant, marble makes a wonderful surface for kitchens and bathrooms. The natural vein patterns and classic appearance of marble make it highly prized by homeowners.

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Quartz Countertops

If you’re looking for the durability of natural stone but with a more uniform appearance than you’d find with granite or marble, you’ll love the smooth, natural finish of quartz countertops.

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Solid Surface Countertops

This manufactured surface can be fabricated to fit any shape for a seamless look. Available in a variety of finishes, solid surface countertops is a renewable surface that comes in a variety of patterns.

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Additional Natural Stone Selections:

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Soapstone

Often found in labs, this beautiful and natural stone is impervious to chemicals and bacteria, making it a popular stone countertop choice. Colors range between green, brown, and gray, and can be darkened with mineral oil to get the look you want.

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Quartzite

Known for its elegant veining and rich, beautiful colors, quartzite countertops are also durable and versatile. Iron oxide and other minerals can give quartzite tones of red, blue, or green, and can sometimes have a translucent appearance in the veins.

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Onyx

This rare and precious stone brings a unique look to any surface. Although less durable than other countertop materials, customers love the vibrant colors and dramatic veining of onyx which adds beauty and elegance to any design.

Edge Profiles

The perfect design comes down to the small details that make a simple countertop look exquisite. Whether you’re looking for the clean look of a square edge or the elegance of an ogee or beveled edge, the right edge profile is one of those finishing touches which makes a house a home.

Kitchen Countertops Edge Options Demi-Bullnose
Kitchen Countertops Edge Options Basic-Eased
Kitchen Countertops Edge Options Mitred
Kitchen Countertops Edge Options Straight-Beveled
Kitchen Countertops Edge Options Ogee
Kitchen Countertops Edge Options Bullnose

Our Process

The perfect design comes down to the small details that make a simple countertop look exquisite. Whether you’re looking for the clean look of a square edge or the elegance of an ogee or beveled edge, the right edge profile is one of those finishing touches which makes a house a home.

  • STEP 1

    Choosing Your Materials

    Together we’ll set up an appointment to take measurements of existing layouts. For new construction projects, drawings will be required. At this point you can meet with your project manager to discuss your options and start selecting materials, edges, sinks, etc. You’ll have the opportunity to view the slab when it arrives.

  • STEP 2

    Templates and Details

    Once you’ve selected your material, we’ll schedule a laser template. Be sure to coordinate teardown for existing counters beforehand install. At this point a 50% deposit is collected and we are contracted to move forward with the project. Keep in mind that no changes can be made to the job or cabinets after template.

  • STEP 3

    Finalization and Installation

    Once the template is created, laser template measurements are sent for processing using our CAD software to create an accurate template. Then, your next step will be viewing your material. You can also request to view the full slab prior to fabrication. After this, we’ll set an installation date, typically 1-2 weeks after template.

We’ve partnered with some of the industry’s most trusted brands for countertops and other surfaces

Contact us today to discuss your project!