Natural stone is a top countertop material for a multitude of reasons – it’s well known for it’s durability, beauty, and quality. Natural stone counters are easy to maintain, versatile in design, hygienic, heat resistant, and an easy way to increase the value of your home. We offer your choice of granite, marble, or quartz counters.

From start to finish, updating your countertops with natural stone typically takes 3-5 days.

No! We always have someone at our showroom ready to show you all we offer and to assist with any questions. We are located in Fayetteville at 6253 Raeford Road, and we are open Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm.

The standard thickness for kitchen countertops is 3cm (1 ¼”). For bathroom vanities and fireplace surrounds the most common thickness is 2cm (¾”).

No! You are only charged for the material used in your project.

Caring for your stone countertops is easy! Easy maintenance is one of the many benefits having natural stone countertops provides. You can just use warm, soapy water to clean them, or use a stone-specific cleaner if you prefer. Just make sure to avoid harsh or abrasive chemicals.

Yes, we will seal your countertops with a penetrating seal. This helps keep liquids from penetrating into your countertops.

No, your granite countertops will not crack during normal, everyday use.

In general, no. However, acidic substances and oils will eat through the sealer and cause “etching” in the stone. Marble will also stain if in contact with acidic substances.

Natural granite is heat resistant. While placing a hot pot on your natural granite countertop won’t damage the stone, it can degrade the sealer, which can lead to staining. We recommend using a hot pad or trivet to protect your countertop.

Seams are done when two pieces meet. The seams are joined with epoxy and color matched to blend with the stones color. Most seams are not visible and are usually less than an 1/8th of an inch.

Yes, since granite is a natural substance, pits and fissures are a natural part of the stone’s natural structure. These fissures are not cracks and will not compromise the stones strength.

Granite is so durable that it normally does not lend itself to damage. But, if it does chip we can fix it with ground chips of granite and epoxy.

Granite weighs about 18 pounds per square foot. Any well constructed cabinet will be able to support the weight of the stone.

We recommend using support brackets for any overhang that exceeds 6″.