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773 Miami Circle NE

Atlanta, GA  30324

Marble

Marble

For centuries, beauty and elegance has been defined by marble buildings and statues. Variations in each color and subtle to dramatic veining make each slab unique. Properly maintained, marble countertops will last a lifetime. Continue Reading

Granite

Granite

Granite is ideal for kitchens, baths, outdoor living spaces, and more. It is scratch, stain, and heat resistant, and as with any natural stone, the beauty and variety of each piece cannot be duplicated. Continue Reading

Quartzite

Quartzite

Quartzite is a stunning material that combines the durability of granite with the subtle veining of marble. It performs well in kitchens, bathrooms, and more. Continue Reading

Limestone

Limestone

Limestone has a classic old world look with its soft colors and subtle inclusions of fossils. It can be a nice option for any countertop application. Though, even when sealed, the surface can be affected by acids and bases so precautions should be expected. Continue Reading

Soapstone

Soapstone

Soapstone is a favorite for designers trying to achieve a classic old world feel. This stone is non-porous and unaffected by acids and bases. Is is quite soft, though, so expect some scratches and dings over time which will add to the rustic feel of your kitchen. Continue Reading

Slate

Slate

Slate is a natural stone that is very resistant to chemicals. It has a natural cleft which is great for a rustic look. Slabs are generally smaller than other natural stones. We don’t recommend slate for wet areas or outdoors. Continue Reading

Quartz

Quartz

Quartz surfaces are non-porous, scratch resistant and highly resistant to stains. They retain their beauty without sealants or waxes and are almost maintenance-free. We carry several brands including Viatera, Cambria, Caesarstone, Silestone and Compac. Continue Reading

Sintered Surface

Sintered Surface

Sintered Surface is the latest technology in countertop materials. It is non-porous, scratch and heat resistant. Patterns mimic natural marble and with new manufacturing processes, its hard to distinguish one from the other. We carry both Neolith and Dekton collections. Continue Reading