SURFACES

Quartz

An engineered, natural stone product which means it is produced by man using natural stone. As a result of a consistent production, this stone is warrantied by the manufacturer often for 10 years or more. It's advantage over traditional natural stone are numerous. It is more stain resistant, heat resistant and fade resistant. Quartz also doesn't require sealing, as the seal is built into the material itself. So less maintenance and more impervious to all of the things that challenge a countertop surface on a daily basis.

Granite

Is one of the most common materials used for countertop stone in bathrooms and kitchens. Granite is formed when two materials, quartz and feldspar, are fused together in a volcanic eruption. One of the hardest naturally occurring materials, it is used world wide for its solid strength, versatility and variety of looks. Most granite is quarried from Brazil, China, Spain and Italy.

Marble

A softer stone compared to granite and has been used for thousands of years in construction of buildings particularly because of its ease in cutting and polishing. Many great statues of antiquity were sculpted from marble. Marble is desired for its light white appearance and grey veining. While its aesthetic value cannot be denied, it is a more porous stone and can stain and chip easier than its granite or quartz counterparts.

Porcelain

An innovative natural tile product that combines the durability and resilience of tile with the beauty of natural stone. Porcelain has many advantages over natural stone products like granite and marble and even advantages over quartz products. It is more stain resistant, heat resistant and fade resistant. Porcelain doesn't require sealing, or maintenance and can be used for indoor or outdoor applications.

Sintered Stone

Is a new and innovative surface material category. The process exposes the finest natural minerals to extremely high pressure and temperature—giving the product outstanding physical and mechanical properties in terms of compaction, resistance and durability.

Butcher Block

Offers a variety of wood colors and grains to suit any household's decor, with choices of Mahogany, Oak, Maple, Cherry, Poplar, Walnut, Teak, and Brazilian species.

Soapstone

Is similar to marble in its softness, but closer to granite in its appearance. Primarily made of talc, soapstone has long been used as a material in sculpture. Soapstone is known for its solid colors and flat, matte surface compared to highly polished granite.

Exotics

Sourced from rare, semi-precious, unique and unusual materials, exotics are the highest-end of luxury surfaces for countertops. Unique in their composition, aesthtics and performance; Exotics offer a homeowner a one-of-a-kind centerpiece for their kitchen or bathroom project. Some of the most popular Exotics are: Amethyst, Onyx, Fossils, Petrified Wood, Agate, Sea Jasper, and even Obsidian!