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Granite is an igneous rock, which means at one time during its development, it was melted like volcanic lava. Learn More » 


Marble is a metamorphic rock resulting from the metamorphism of limestone, composed mostly of calcite (a crystalline form of calcium carbonate, CaCO3). Learn More »

Limestone & Travertine

Limestone, is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the mineral calcite (calcium carbonate: CaCO3). Limestones often contain variable amounts of silica in the form of chert or flint, as well as varying amounts of clay, silt and sand as disseminations, nodules, or layers within the rock. Learn More »


Soapstone (also known as steatite or soaprock) is a metamorphic rock, a talc-schist. It is largely composed of the mineral talc and is rich in magnesium. It is produced by dynamothermal metamorphism and metasomatism, which occurs at the areas where tectonic plates are subducted, changing rocks by heat and pressure, with influx of fluids, but without melting. Learn More »

Engineered Stone - Quartz

Engineered stone is a composite man made material comprising rock and resin. It is used primarily for countertop surfaces. Learn More »

Recycled Glass

Recycled glass countertops are comprised of 100% recycled glass and a cement or resin mixture which created a highly durable  surface. Learn More »

Solid Surface

Solid Surface products are manufactured with high performance resin systems such as acrylic and unsaturated polyester. They have very high filler content and do not have gel coats. These materials are used primarily in counter top and wall panel applications. Learn More »

Laminate & Trespa

Laminate continues to be a very popular countertop surface. Laminate is basically a resin poured over a paper print . Laminate countertops are in fact, plastic. There are thousands of laminate colors available. Learn More »

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