Kitchen Countertops

Granite Countertops

Granite

The most popular of all natural stone countertop materials, granite comes in many colors and pattern variations. Its low porosity makes it perfect for everyday kitchen use.

Quartz Countertops

Quartz

An engineered stone, quartz is practically maintenance-free. It’s resistant to stains, scratches, and acids. It has a wide range of applications but we most often see it as kitchen countertops and backsplashes.

Marble Countertops

Marble

Marble is a timeless and elegant natural stone which brings an element of class to any space in the home. It performs best in low-traffic areas, like bathroom vanity tops and fireplace surrounds.

Quartzite Countertops

Quartzite

Quartzite is often seen as a viable alternative to marble. This hard natural material is one of the most durable, heat-resistant, and scratch-resistant materials around.

Soapstone Countertops

Soapstone

Highly stain-resistant natural stone, soapstone comes in a range of gray and green colors, providing a vintage look. The mineral Talc-based material is durable and low-maintenance.

Slate Countertops

Slate

Slate is a heat-resistant material perfect for countertops. This natural stone typically comes in medium to dark gray shades and can be used in nearly all home improvement projects.

Limestone Countertops

Limestone

Often capturing fossilized plant and animal life, limestone is most often found in light cream and white colors. This sedimentary stone can be used for indoor and outdoor applications.

Travertine Countertops

Travertine

Travertine is an aesthetically pleasing stone which is best know for its retention of heat. It works well as a functional and beautiful fireplace surround or hearth.

Onyx Countertops

Glass

Glass is a great alternative to stone as a countertop material. Available in endless color variations, glass is a durable and heat resistant material that may be backlit for an extra "wow" factor.

Onyx Countertops

Onyx

Like a unique piece of art, onyx comes in a myriad of colors. As a translucent material it looks particularly beautiful as a backlit backsplash or a bar top.

Gemstone Countertops

Gemstone

Gemstone is a great way to visually enhance any space in your home. Composed of semi-precious stones, gemstone is a luxury fashion option for your design needs.

Onyx Countertops

Porcelain

Porcelain is a heat- and scratch-resistant countertop material that's quickly becoming a go-to in home renovation. It's versatile and easy to maintain, making it a great option.

Our Process

1. Free Estimate

At Marble.com, getting an estimate is easy. Use our convenient online tool, email or fax a detailed drawing or blueprint, or stop by in person to receive a free project quote. Get an estimate now!

2. Stone Selection

Browse our extensive stone inventory online or visit our impressive showrooms in person to see thousands of color options and take home your free material samples.

3. Schedule Templating

Once you’re ready to proceed with your project, give us a call to schedule a templating appointment. Our trained experts use the latest technology to measure and fabricate the most precise countertops.

4. Final Slab Selection

Once your countertops have been templated, we invite you back to our yards to see how your project will be fabricated. We’ll finalize all details and schedule your installation date.

5. Installation Day

In just three days, your countertops will be fabricated and delivered. Natural stone countertops will be pre-sealed for your convenience. Our durable and beautiful materials will be ready to be enjoyed for a lifetime.

Selecting kitchen countertops for your space can be an exciting but sometimes overwhelming process. There are many different aspects to consider when shopping for your ideal fit, but we’re here to make the buying process as simple as possible. Before making any purchases, it’s beneficial to thoughtfully consider all of what you are hoping to get out of your kitchen countertops investment in the long run.

While weighing the pros and cons of which kitchen countertops you should install in your home, it is important to think about durability and maintenance, economical factors, how heavily the surfaces will ultimately be used, and ultimately how they fit into your home’s larger design scheme.

The first step in actually selecting your kitchen countertops is deciding which material meets your everyday living requirements. There is no shortage of material options available on the market today: stones like marble, granite, quartz, soapstone, slate, and more can all be used for a variety of home improvement projects. While all of these options are beautiful and can be customized to fit your space, some materials are more durable and easy to upkeep than others.

It is helpful to take an honest look at your lifestyle before deciding on a countertop material. You may be initially drawn to a specific style and color for your countertops when you begin shopping, but you must make sure that the chosen material will stand up to everyday wear and tear. It’s important to step back and consider if your kitchen countertops will go through heavy daily meal prep, or if you have several small children who are ready to leave stains and sticky messes on every surface of the room. By taking these factors into early consideration, you are more likely to be pleased with the longevity of your countertops in the long run.

Next, you must consider the cost of your dream kitchen countertops. When putting together your budget, you may be surprised to find that high quality countertops are more affordable than you first expected. That’s because materials like granite, for example, have the same quality and performance across all price points. What changes with the more expensive price ranges are colors in the patterns, rarity of the specific stone, and other nuanced details. Your selection of kitchen countertop edges can also greatly affect your bottom line price, so those customizable finishes can be catered to any budget that you have in mind.

Additionally, don’t forget to keep your overall kitchen design scheme in mind when shopping for countertops. All of your existing appliances, cabinets, flooring, tiling, and more can all be jumping-off points for color and style inspiration. Alternatively, your kitchen countertops can be the focal point that sets the tone for your entire room, so you may find that your chosen stone colors or patterns inspire the paint colors or wood finishes you install elsewhere in the space. Timeless kitchen countertops made from unique and beautiful stones are a great long-term investment that also increase the property value of your home.