Our wide variety of natural, as well as engineered stone surfaces, can inspire an individual to begin to see the possibilities for their own space.

Every client is unique, and will have their own vision of a dream kitchen which reflects their personal tastes, and works with their lifestyle.

We also supply and install tile floors and backsplashes. Beautiful tile flooring and backsplashes help to create visual interest, and tie all the many individual elements together. The result can be a contemporary, functional, and warm gathering place for family and friends to enjoy.


Marble is basically metamorphosed limestone. Once a limestone is subjected to heat and pressure, the calcium carbonate re-crystallizes into marble. Marbles have similar characteristics to limestones. It can be used for both interior and exterior applications.

The characteristic swirls and veins of many colored marble varieties are usually due to various mineral impurities such as clay, silt, sand, or iron oxides which were originally present as grains or layers in the limestone.


Limestone is typically formed over many years at the bottom of oceans or lakes from the accumulation of shells, bones, and other calcium rich goods. It is essentially a dolomite stone, meaning, it shows high resistance in freezing and thawing conditions.

Limestone comes in a variety of different colors and finishes and is available in many shapes and sizes. It is typically used in bathrooms for vanity tops, flooring, walls, shower stalls, and tub deck surrounds. As Limestone is a more porous material compared to granite, we wouldn’t recommend it for a kitchen counter, but it does make a nice backsplash in a kitchen application.

Travertine is a similar product to Limestone, essentially it is the same product but just comes in a different range of colors, but can be used



Granite is an intrusive rock that starts out as molten masses deep with in the earth. As the mass cools, the minerals form into crystals of various size and shapes, depending on the conditions at the time. Large crystals are indicative of a slow cool down while small crystals are typical of a rapid cooling.

Granite is typically made up of three minerals; quartz, feldspar, and mica. The word ‘granite’ is derived from the Latin word ‘granum’, meaning grain. It describes the granular texture of the rock. Igneous rocks are said to be ‘massive’ unlike sedimentary rocks which are composed in layers or beds of varying thickness. These qualities make granite the hardest, strongest and most durable of all building stone.

We carry a wide range of colours and there are numerous edging choices. Granite slabs are excellent for kitchens as it is a dense material which resists stains heat and can be buffed to cover scratches or marks that may occur. Granite is also a sleek look for bathroom vanities, and comes in a tile form for flooring, backsplashes and other applications.