General Questions

We serve Orlando and the greater Orlando area, including Conway, Pine Castle, Pine Hills, Azalea Park, Union Park, Lake Hart, Buena Ventura Lakes, Hunters Creek, Williamsburg, Lake Buena Vista, Celebration, Bay Lake, Doctor Phillips, Lake Butler, Windermere, Gotha, Winter Garden, Ocoee, Hiawassee, Apopka, Winter Park, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Longwood, Lake Mary, Oviedo, Sanford, Deltona, Kissimmee, St. cloud, Mt. Dora, and Leesburg. 

Don’t see your town on this list? Just give us a call to ask, or use the online contact form.

Yes, our clientele includes homeowners, business owners, facilities managers, builders, contractors and developers.

Yes. Our representatives will guide you through a process that includes analyzing your spaces, identifying your preferences, factoring in your budget, and making decisions. We know that the world of stone products is foreign territory to many customers. We do our best to provide education and guidance so that you can make the best decision for your home.

Other Questions

Granite is an extremely hard stone formed of compressed molten rock. Interlocking crystals of different kinds of minerals create the wide range of colors and patterns available. White veins and flecks in granite are usually feldspar crystals; light gray veins are quartz; and black ones are usually mica. 

Granite is sourced from rock quarries through drilling, chiseling, and blasting. Milling machines reduce it into blocks four to five feet wide and seven to nine feet long. Other machines slice the blocks into slabs about an inch thick. These slabs are shaped and polished into finished countertops.

Marble begins its life as limestone and transforms into the beloved raw material of statues and countertops through an intense recrystallizing process that occurs when limestone is subjected to high heat and pressure.

Different materials present in the limestone produce marble’s variety of tints and hues. Clay, iron oxides, mica, hematite, and limonite and other minerals result in blue, gray, pink, red, white, brown, and green marble.

Marble is quarried and usually removed with machinery and explosives. Other machines cut it into slabs and thinner layers appropriate for countertops. Sealing and polishing are the final steps.

In homes and commercial settings, marble is used for countertops, bar tops, window sills, floor tiles, wall tiles, backsplashes, fireplaces, reception and concierge desks.

Quartz is a rock made up of oxygen and silicon atoms. It occurs abundantly on the planet and comes in many varieties, including rose quartz, tiger’s eye, amethyst, ametrine, onyx, jasper, milky quartz, agate, and carnelian. 

Besides granite and marble, quartz is one of the most-chosen materials for countertops.

Quartz countertops are made of ground quartz minerals fused with resin. Pigments added to the mixture give quartz its different colors. The final product is formed into a slab that is then fashioned into a countertop. 

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General Questions

We serve Orlando and the greater Orlando area, including Conway, Pine Castle, Pine Hills, Azalea Park, Union Park, Lake Hart, Buena Ventura Lakes, Hunters Creek, Williamsburg, Lake Buena Vista, Celebration, Bay Lake, Doctor Phillips, Lake Butler, Windermere, Gotha, Winter Garden, Ocoee, Hiawassee, Apopka, Winter Park, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Longwood, Lake Mary, Oviedo, Sanford, Deltona, Kissimmee, St. cloud, Mt. Dora, and Leesburg. 

Don’t see your town on this list? Just give us a call to ask, or use the online contact form.

Yes, our clientele includes homeowners, business owners, facilities managers, builders, and developers.

Yes. Our representatives will guide you through a process that includes analyzing your spaces, identifying your preferences, factoring in your budget, and making decisions. We know that the world of stone products is foreign territory to many customers. We do our best to provide education and guidance so that you can make the best decision for your home.

Other Questions

Granite is an extremely hard stone formed of compressed molten rock. Interlocking crystals of different kinds of minerals create the wide range of colors and patterns available. White veins and flecks in granite are usually feldspar crystals; light gray veins are quartz; and black ones are usually mica. 

Granite is sourced from rock quarries through drilling, chiseling, and blasting. Milling machines reduce it into blocks four to five feet wide and seven to nine feet long. Other machines slice the blocks into slabs about an inch thick. These slabs are shaped and polished into finished countertops.

Marble begins its life as limestone and transforms into the beloved raw material of statues and countertops through an intense recrystallizing process that occurs when limestone is subjected to high heat and pressure.

Different materials present in the limestone produce marble’s variety of tints and hues. Clay, iron oxides, mica, hematite, and limonite and other minerals result in blue, gray, pink, red, white, brown, and green marble.

Marble is quarried and usually removed with machinery and explosives. Other machines cut it into slabs and thinner layers appropriate for countertops. Sealing and polishing are the final steps.

In homes and commercial settings, marble is used for countertops, bar tops, window sills, floor tiles, wall tiles, backsplashes, fireplaces, reception and concierge desks.

Quartz is a rock made up of oxygen and silicon atoms. It occurs abundantly on the planet and comes in many varieties, including rose quartz, tiger’s eye, amethyst, ametrine, onyx, jasper, milky quartz, agate, and carnelian. 

Besides granite and marble, quartz is one of the most-chosen materials for countertops.

Quartz countertops are made of ground quartz minerals fused with resin. Pigments added to the mixture give quartz its different colors. The final product is formed into a slab that is then fashioned into a countertop. 

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