Visualize Your Remodel
We source granite, quartz, quartzite, marble, soapstone and more from reputable suppliers in the Georgetown neighborhood. You tell us what you want and from where and we get it. We prefer that you pick the specific slabs you desire for your project.
Use the virtual kitchen designer tool below to see your remodel come to life.
Granite is very user friendly, durable, timeless. It is highly stain and scratch resistant but not impervious to taking on marks depending on the color. Granite is ideally sealed once a year.
Quartz is man made from natural ground quartz and polymer resins. The manufacturing process creates an ultra-durable, non-porous countertop that is resistant to corrosion and stains from household cleaning solutions, liquids, and oils. Quartz is a low-maintenance option and offers an array of color choices.
While they sound similar, quartz and quartzite are not the same material. They offer differences in appearance, durability and care. Quartzite is harder than granite and quartz, so fairly durable. It is scratch resistant and requires less maintenance than other surfaces.
With proper care, marble countertops can last years and years. It is more heat resistant than other surfaces and comes in a large array of color options depending on the area of mining. Marble is resistant to cracks and scratches; it is known for its luxurious appearance and shine.
Soapstone is a naturally occurring material, so no two slabs are alike. This gives it a completely unique appearance. It is not as porous as other materials, making it easy to clean. Because it is a soft stone, it's much more resistant to cracking than other countertop materials. Soapstone is highly resistant to heat damage or burn marks.
Want to see your selections in a real kitchen? Use the kitchen designer tool below to help you decide.