Bay Area Kitchen Countertop Showroom
A kitchen countertop is often the most important design element in your kitchen renovation. With so many difference colors, styles, and types of countertops, we understand it can be difficult to visualize online. We invite you to visit our showroom where you can personally see and feel exactly what your kitchen will look. Our displays feature a wide variety of styles that you can match against cabinets, and backsplash samples. If needed, our designers are here to educate you in the different materials, and what my be best for your lifestyle.
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Engineered stone quartz is made from approximately 95% natural quartz and 5% polymer resins (by weight). Testing has shown that they retain much of the toughness of quartz but display increased ductility due to the resin, improving impact resistance. Due to the resin, engineered quartz is less porous than natural quartz, and does not need to be sealed like other stone surfaces.
Granite has a rich beauty that few other countertop materials can match. It is a natural stone with a timeless aura and appeal. Granite countertops take a high-quality kitchen to the next level visually and often become the centerpiece of the room. Since there are thousands of unique colors of granite, it is the perfect natural stone to fit the décor of any project.
Marble is beloved as a timeless and classic material, adding a note of luxury to any room. A naturally porous stone, marble requires regular care to maintain its sheen and prevent staining. However, the aesthetic qualities, heat tolerance, and temperature support for pastry making and other culinary exploits is well-worth the additional care for many homeowners.
Cultured marble countertops are man made to have the appearance of and resemble real stone marble. They are made by mixing high strength polyester resin and real marble stone dust. The combination is then formulated with additional chemicals and poured into a cast mold. The finished material is significantly less expensive than natural marble and much stronger than natural stones such as granite or marble.