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Natural Granite

Granite is a product of nature.  One third of every new home built in the U.S. has a granite countertop. Over the last 10 years, granite countertop especially the solid style seems more and more popular. Granite is available in hundreds of colors, from various shades of white to Granite_Tilebrowns, reds, greens, blues, and black. The most popular tones are brown and beige. As well as being hard, kitchen granite countertops can take hot items, like pots and pans, and is very stain resistant to hot grease and oil if it is sealed with a silicone-based impregnator.  


Imported Marble

Marble is a metamorphic limestone. There are numerous different types of marble ranging from the pure white Carrara which was used in ancient marble sculptures to Tennessee marble which has a pink hue to it. It is waterproof, heatproof, and beautiful, but the down side of marble is that it is relatively expensive, and scratches and stains easily unless professionally sealed.  


Engineered Stone

Engineered stone is composed of 93% quartz particles. It is silestoneavailable in a larger range of colors than granite and has a nonporous surface that resists scratches. It's easy to maintain, without the annual sealing required by natural stone. Some brands on the market include DuPont Zodiaq®, LG Viatera®, Cambria Quartz, Caesartone, and Silestone®.









Laminate counters bear trademarks such as Formica, Nevamar, and Wilsonart. They're made of plastic-coated synthetics with a smooth surface that's easy to clean. The pieces are cut to size and finished on the ends. Laminated kitchen countertops have been used in homes for many years. They are inexpensive, clean easily and are easy to install. Though they've been surpassed by more trendy products, this classic remains the product of choice for the budget-minded homeowner.


Solid Surface

Just as what they are called, solid surface counters are solid, and any scratches can be sanded out. Solid surface countertops are durable, easy to clean, come in a rainbow of colors and patterns, and are water resistant.NEW-CORIAN-1 But they're also vulnerable to hot pans and stains, easily discolored by heat, and moderately expensive. The countertops are custom-made to your specifications by companies such as Avonite, Corian, and Swanstone.


Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is durable, heat resistant, and easy to clean. Add to that inexpensive and you've got a really good choice for countertops for the average home. Because it's installed a section at a time, it can be done by most resourceful homeowners.  The disadvantage is that the surface is uneven, tiles may easily chip or crack, and grout lines may become stained.

Our Stone Lines


Ceaserstone Founded in 1987, Caesarstone was an early pioneer of the natural quartz surfaces market. Its dominant position in the market has been achieved through continuous investment, extensive research and development, highly trained personnel and an advanced market infrastructure.


Silestone Thanks to its properties and characteristics, and because anyone with a Silestone product also automatically becomes one of a kind. Its exclusive nature has enabled it to become a brand linked to the world of fashion and design, associated with the highest levels of innovation and modernity.


Cambria the only family-owned, American-made producer of natural quartz surfaces. It's a rare combination in today's increasingly globalized marketplace. For our customers, it results in quality that can be felt from start to finish, in products and our customers' experience.


RL Building Supply is a brand new Hardwood and Porcelain flooring company. With unique and eye-catching designs, RL Building Supply showcases the next level of home/business decor.


Cornerstone Home Design As a direct importer of natural stone and by buying direct from manufacturers, Cornerstone Home Design is able to offer our clients a broad range of products and options that are cost effective and high in both quality and style.

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