Deciding On Materials

Deciding which material best fits your project is a lot easier when you know what exactly your options are. Knowing the look of each stone, the benefits and purposes, and also what kind of price range each category falls into are the number one reasons for most selections. If you do not see exactly what you were looking for please ask. With the growing number of possibilities, we have simply listed the most commonly used.



  • Cost 40% More
  • Heavier
  • Not used with Rough Top
  • Will not span
  • Edge fabrication 20% less
  • Installation 40% more
  • Polish sink edge will be thicker

2CM  (preferred by most) 

  • Used with Rough Top
  • Rough Top used to strengthen cabinets         
  • Edge detail designed to cover roughtop
  • Excellent for undermount sink design



Granite is an igneous rock, with a full range of colors.  It consists of primarily quartz, mica and feldspar.  It is the hardest architectural stone, making it ideal for kitchen countertops. 


Marble is a metamorphic rock, and is typically softer than granite.  Also, available in a wide range of colors, offering a classic and timeless appearance. 

Cambria Quartz

Cambria is 93% quartz and 7% resin. Cambria Quartz is a family owned company and proud to be made in the USA. Cambia Quartz offers distinct advantages in the areas of environmental health, safety, and sustainability. It is a non-absorbent material and is stain resistant.


Limestone is a sedimentary rock, and more homogeneous in appearance.  It is generally softer and less dense than granite. 


Caesarstone is 93% natural quartz. Very durable and practical. With its scratch, stain, and heat- resistant properties is a good choice for a carefree countertop. 


Generally found dark green or gray in color and has a smooth soapy feel.  Soapstone is very soft and fragile. Usually comes in 3cm thick. A leathered or brushed look can be added.

Vetrazzo Recycled Stone

Vetrazzo is made up of 85% recycled glass poured into cement, with additives and pigments.  Comes with a certificate of transformation, explaining where the glass is from.  Strong and sustainable, pricing higher than natural stone. 


Travertine is a type of crystalline limestone with a distinctive layering.  The appearance is warm earth tones, with open texture and cavities, which can be filled or unfilled.


Made of natural quartz, sand, epoxy resins and pigments. Product tries to simulate granite. Built in antimicrobial product production. It safe to use in food preparation areas.

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