Natural Stone Options


We supply and install a variety of natural stone surfaces other than granite, including marble, soapstone, travertine, limestone and onyx. Please visit our showroom to see samples of any of these options.

Marble

The classic veining of marble will add beauty and sophistication to any room. It is as long-lasting as granite but slightly less durable and is thus susceptible to scratches and stains.

Visit our partner marble supplier M S International, Inc for a full gallery of marble varieties we fabricate and install.

Limestone

Limestone is embedded with a variety of ancient fossils as a result of once being a part of the ocean floor. This characteristic gives it a uniqe look not found in other types of stone. It is more pourus and softer than granite.

Visit our partner limestone supplier M S International, Inc for a full gallery of limestone varieties we fabricate and install.

Travertine

Travertine is a natural stone (a type of limestone) that forms in limestone caves or mineral springs. It is a relatively soft stone that comes in a wide variety of natural colors. Because it is relatively porous, travertine can be purchased “filled” or “unfilled” with a cement mixture and can be installed polished or unpolished.

Visit our partner travertine supplier M S International, Inc. a full gallery of travertine varieties we fabricate and install.

Onyx

Onyx is a rare, semi-precious stone that forms when limestone drips and reforms into a new stone. It comes in a variety of striking patterns, and every slab is unique. Because of it’s rarity, onyx is more expensive that most other types of stone used for countertops. It is also relatively fragile, and should only be installed by the most experienced, professional contractors.

Visit our partner onyx supplier M S International, Inc. a full gallery of onyx varieties we fabricate and install.

Soapstone

Soapstone offers a wonderful alternative to granite countertops. Mineral oil application will bring out the rich color and personality of this unique stone. As soapstone is softer and more porous than granite it will naturally be more susceptible to scratches and stains.