About The Stone
Granite’s composition makes it dense and durable, meaning it is less likely to scratch and stain. It can have a range of different finishes, from creamy white to deep black and even blue or light pink. Each unique slab features its own natural pattern, providing unique “movement” in your space.
Wide Variety of Color
Great for Outdoors
Black Pearl Granite
Black Mist Granite
New River White Granite
“We had granite kitchen countertops installed and the process was smooth and flawless. Everyone we worked with was professional and knowledgeable.”
Being an igneous rock, granite can withstand hot objects, like pans from the oven, and does not discolor from heat.
Granite’s durability allows it to withstand any spill, the paws of a pet, or potential chip. It’s the perfect backdrop for your family gathering.
A: Since granite is a natural stone, it can vary in appearance depending on the conditions present when it was formed.
A: Yes, if a liquid is spilled and left on granite for an extended period of time, it will stain the granite. The chances are significantly lower when the granite is sealed properly.
A: No, granite is a very hard stone. You are more likely to end up with a dull knife than a scratched countertop.
A: Granite has the lowest entry-level price. We do also have higher level options in granite as well.
A: Pitting is a natural "imperfection" in the stone that gives its uniqueness. Every natural stone has some pitting, and is usually barely visible.
A: Unfortunately if granite is cracked or chipped it can't be restored as new. It is however possible to fill the crack or chip with epoxy to hide the damage.
A: Our granite materials start at $40 per sq/ft. Installation is included in that price as well.