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When it comes to choosing the material you are going to use there are lots of options, so many options might make you feel overwhelmed that is why we are here to help you. We will start with a quick consultation to narrow down your options. We will explain the pros and cons of every option so you can make the best decision. 


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Porcelain is one of the most beautiful materials and the most durable, very resistant to any element like acid, heat, water, and fire. Porcelain is now not only limited to your floors or wall, one of the main tendencies is to utilize them is for tables and countertops. We fabricate pieces with a high standard of quality. 

polished GRANITE 

Granite is still the top choice of most homeowners, traditional granite countertops offer a high-end look that adds to your kitchen's value while providing a durable prep surface. Because granite is a natural material, variation in the stone's pattern is common and, for most people, adds to its appeal but can make matching up slabs tricky. In most regions, the cost of granite and quartz are comparable but natural granite requires a bit more care than manufactured quartz to keep its good looks. 

Granite Countertop


Granite outdoor oven

A twist on popular polished granite, honed granite gives a soft, matte finish instead of the traditional glossy look. Like polished granite, honed granite is just as resistant to scratching, chipping, cracking and heat, making it one of the most durable kitchen countertop options around.


The current darling of the design world, the gray-toned veining in Carrara or Calacatta marble isn't just aesthetically pleasing, it also helps to disguise wear and hide light stains. With timeless appeal, this stone gives any kitchen a decidedly high-end look and although the cost is comparable to some granites, marble is porous so staining can be a problem. Regular sealing and special care with anything acidic to prevent etching will keep the creamy surface looking its best.



Quartz is a manufactured product and can be very attractive. The manufacturing process allows a much wider range of colors than you’ll find in natural stones such as marble or granite. The appearance of the finished engineered stone is rich, even luxurious. The finish has a depth that can’t be produced with other solid surface materials. Quartz has the same durability as concrete and granite, but is quite a bit more forgiving, so it won’t chip or crack as easily. It doesn’t have the same hardness in the feel that some people find unpleasant.

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