Beautiful Options

Design Choices to Fit Your Lifestyle


Many options are available for countertop materials. We fabricate and install quartz, Granite, and laminate. Explore your options or contact us to learn more about what may work best in your home.

Quartz Countertops

Known as the perfect countertop material, quartz has all the benefits of granite but is non-porous and never needs to be resealed. Although quartz is a man-made product it is comprised of natural materials. Since it is an engineered slab it can be produced in larger sizes which means you may find less seems in your countertop than if you were to use granite. One of the other major benefits of quartz is it can be manufactured to look like quartz, granite, marble, concrete, or a simple solid color. So go ahead and dream – what’s your style?

Granite Countertops

Since the early 90s granite has been a popular countertop in kitchen around the world. It is durable, beautiful, and heat, scratch, and stain resistant. Granite is a completely natural product so it will come with some limitations such as size and pattern restrictions. It is a porous material so it will need to be maintained and sealed annually to eliminate bacteria, mold, etc. On the positive side, it still maintains a slightly better price point than quartz.

Laminate Countertops

Laminate has been the countertop of choice since the 1930s. For nearly a century, laminate has remained a popular, relatively low cost option in residential remodeling and commercial applications. Laminate has come along way since then. Today, we can offer incredible finishes, a half a dozen new edge treatments (no more formica black line) and undermount an array of stainless steel, quartz, or acrylic sinks in double or single bowl styles! Add a beautiful backsplash and you’d swear you had quartz or granite for half the price!

Laminate, quartz, and granite countertops

Affordable options

Durable materials

Beautiful design


Get The Answers You Need

Do you install the countertops you sell?

Yes. Every countertop we sell, we install.

Can I lay laminate countertops myself?

Yes. We have everything you need to do so.

Where can I see these countertops on display?

You can get a good idea on colors, finishes, edges, sink styles, and much more in our showroom.

Do you have samples?

Yes. We have samples of all of our products.

What is the cost per square foot for each type of countertop material?

Determining the cost per square foot for each type of countertop material is a nuanced process influenced by various factors. Among the options, laminate is the most budget-friendly, followed by granite, quartz, and concrete. Currently, the costs span a spectrum, starting from $35 per square foot.

How long does installation take?

Generally, all of our countertops can be installed within 2-4 weeks but can fluctuate depending on the time of year. We will let you know how long the installation will take at the time of your quoting.