Quartz, granite and marble are three of the best and most popular countertop options on the market. Granite countertops have risen top popularity over the past few decades, while marble countertops have been a focal point of homes for years on end. And then there is quartz countertops, which have also risen in popularity in recent years as a viable alternative to both granite and marble options. 


Wet Concrete


Tranquility Gold

Bianco Laiziaz

Nero Marquina 

Black Jasper

Thunder White Polished 

Dallas White 

Absolute Black Polished

Matorini Polished

Sanorti Crystal

Taupe White Polished

Viscon White Polished

Sky Blue 

Granite Countertops are some of the most beautiful and tough surfaces you can find. You will have a seemingly endless array of colors and styles to choose from when it comes to this amazing natural stone. Granite is very durable, which makes it an ideal countertop material for any home. No matter where you install a granite countertop, it will look amazing. The only downside to granite – if it can even be considered a ‘downside’ – is that you must make sure to keep up on sealing. That said, having to apply a sealer to your counter- top roughly once per year is not any kind of major inconvenience

A timeless classic when it comes to building materials. While much of marble’s appeal lies in its appearance, the material is also relatively durable. However, you must keep up on maintenance if you want to keep marble countertops in good shape. Marble is more porous than granite, the countertops will require re- sealing more often. You will have to re-seal marble countertops a few times per year. 

Engineered surfaces that are made from a combination of roughly 90 percent ground natural quartz and about 10 percent polyresin. These specific percentages can slightly differ based on brands but will always be in the same area. They are non-porous, which separates them from both granite and marble. This means that quartz countertops do not require the sealing that granite and marble countertops do.