Natural stone counter tops is one of our specialties. We fabricate granite, marble, limestone, travertine, soap stone and onyx.  We have a large selection of samples on hand. Looking for the exotic? No problem.  We work closely with many of the largest stone yards. Finding that special stone slab has never been easier.

Granite

Known for its natural beauty and strength, granite is the most commonly used stone. There are over 130 different colors of granite. It typically has larger particulates in either a matrix or veiny pattern. Granite can be used in a variety of applications.

Marble

Beautiful and elegant, marble’s subtle veining and special reflective play of light adds a distinct dimension to any surface. It is very adaptable and is used in both traditional and contemporary design. Marble is a softer material. With proper care and maintenance it can be used in a variety of application

Limestone

Known for its subtle patterning and pale neutral colorations, limestone is ideal for a warm pallet. Limestone is extremely versatile and works well with other natural material. It is often seen in many of Europe’s finer architecture. Limestone is a softer material and is typically used in bathrooms or flooring. However, many are using it in their kitchens for countertops.

Travertine

Travertine is a natural stone from the Limestone family. It shares many of the same characteristics. Travertine has a more rustic or worn finish. It can be differentiated by the uneven surface or by the small holes in its surface. It lends itself beautifully to the more minimalist, monochromatic look, featuring softer colors and clean, lines

Onyx

One of the sexier surfaces, Onyx is considered to be a semi-precious natural stone. Known for its translucency and depth of color, it can be back lit to add a third dimension. It can be used in a variety of applications. It is most commonly used in bathrooms, fireplace surrounds, wall panels and bar tops. If you’re looking something that is over the top, consider Onyx.

Soap Stone

Used primary back east, Soap stone is making its way west. There are approximately 5 varieties of stone. Soap Stone ranges in color form greens, blues to almost black. It is a perfect complement to any rustic and early American farm houses.