Below is just a small sampling of our available colors, as well as our stock material. We encourage you to visit our showroom and take a stroll through the many color options and varieties we have. Worries you wont find the exact color onsite? Don't! We have many local suppliers that will have what you are looking for. We also have the largest remnant section in Southwest Florida. Check out super simple PROCESS as well!
Granite is the most popular natural stone choice when it comes to kitchen and bath countertops because of its durability and unique beauty. Granite is a quarried stone composed of quartz, feldspar, and softer minerals such as mica, which add special reflective properties and drama. The beauty and variety of a natural stone can’t be duplicated. Each granite slab is completely unique, and with thousands of choices, you are likely to fall in love with more than just one! Properly sealed granite countertops are stain, scratch, heat and chemical resistant, making them a great option for heavily used surfaces such countertops. Granite is easy to maintain and can be cleaned with most mild householder cleaners. This means that if you opt for a granite countertop, you’ll have a completely original surface that perfectly fits your personal taste- It’s art and utility in one!
Marble is formed from limestone to create a unique crystalline structure. There are variations throughout and subtle, to dramatic veining to make each marble slab unique. Marble’s beauty and elegance make it a top choice for bathroom vanities, back splashes and fireplace surrounds.
We could get into the geology of this, but the takeaway is that marble is vulnerable to staining agents (like wine, juice and oil) that seep deep into the rock. When this happens, it's difficult to reverse, so professionally sealing the surface upon installation is essential to help prevent damage. The key word here is help. Unfortunately, you'll need to repeat the sealing process (you can do this yourself, with a quality sealant) every six months if you're a frequent cook.
We discourage its use in kitchens where they can be more easily scratched and attacked by acidic liquids.
Quartzite is a natural stone. It’s a naturally occurring metamorphic rock that starts out as sandstone. Over time and under intense heat and pressure, it is turned into ultra-strong quartzite. It’s quarried and cut into slabs just like marble and granite. Quartzite is a great material for countertops, flooring, wall coverings, vanity tops, and stair steps. Quartzite tends to be smooth with a grainy and lustrous appearance. Quartzite tends to be very strong and thick since it is taken from the Earth's surface rather than mined underground.