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Kitchen & Bathroom Countertops

Transform your kitchen and bathrooms look with a countertop that stands the test of time.

For centuries, natural stone (granite, marble, quartzite, and more) has been the favorite choice for countertops in the finest homes. It continues to be the #1 choice for many of our customers today. That’s because the beauty of nature isn’t something that can be made in a factory.

However, we have found tons of other awesome countertop materials that promise low maintenance, easy installation, durability, and water resistance.

It took thousands of years to be built, shaped, and formed through all-natural processes that just can’t be replicated with ease.

Natural Stone

Granite, Marble, Quartzite, Travertine, Soapstone, Limestone

Engineered Stone

Quartz, Porcelain, Compact Quartz

Specialty Tops

Butcher Block, Laminate, Glass

Natural Stone

Natural stones have been an essential component of construction for a long time because of their exceptional qualities. They are a range of quarried products that have served the building and production of solid surface countertops.

These natural stone products, including ones from the same source, come in different colors, textures, and compositions. They are beneficial during construction as it allows for flexibility and the creation of distinctive designs. Natural stone products are also used in making concrete countertops.

Granite countertops

Granite countertops

Granite is mainly made up of micas, feldspar, amphiboles, quartz, and some trace minerals. If you've noticed, granite countertops tend to have various textures and colors. That's as a result of the combination of these trace minerals.

They are generally large, tough, hard, and lack internal structure. Because of these properties, granites have become one of the most suitable stones for building decorative constructions like bar tops.

Granite countertops tend to last longer than other kitchen countertops and are resistant to stains.

Marble countertop

Marble countertop

Very often, marble is used to build and create monuments. It is also used for statuary, novelties, tabletops, and interior decorations. Marbles have appearance and color as their most significant qualities.

For building stair treads and floors, marbles are a great option as they are abrasion resistant, due to the component materials. You also need to care for and seal your marble countertops to make them stain-resistant as well as prevent acid erosions. Doing this improves the elegance of your kitchen and any other solid surface.

Aside from the kitchen, marbles can also be used for other areas in the home. For example, using them for your passage can enhance the look. You can also use it to decorate your bathroom, fireplace, etc to add extra drama and stylishness.

Quartzite countertops

Quartzite countertops

Quartzite is resistant to hilltops and chemical weathering. It contains pure silica and so, barely provides tangible material to the soil. Quartzite has since been used as a stone tool.

Presently, people use them as a silica source (for the production of silicon compounds). They are also used to create dimension stones for decorations.

Travertine countertops

Travertine countertops

Travertine is known for its versatility. It has various finishes that help you achieve your preferred look with ease. Polished travertine, for example, can give you a luxury look as it's often glossed and smoothed to reveal a shiny surface. Honed travertine, on the other hand, provides a smooth, yet matte look. It doesn't give off the shine.

Note, if your travertine is tumbled, then ensure to seal it before and after filling.

Soapstone countertops

Soapstone countertops

Soapstone has one of the softest consistency, unlike some other stones used to make countertops. While it's soft, soapstone feels thicker than slate, marble, limestone, and granite.

It is impenetrable. That's why it's difficult for liquids to filter through any surface created with them.

Limestone countertops

Limestone countertops

Limestone is a major type of rock from which 10% of other sedimentary rocks are formed from. It has been used for centuries because of its wide availability. You can use limestone as a chemical additive or building material.

Engineered Stone

Otherwise known as quartz, an engineered stone is made from crushed stone. It is used for several applications like kitchen countertops, indoor flooring as a granite or laminate alternative.

Unlike natural stone, engineered stone is non-porous; it hardly absorbs liquid, which makes cleaning easier. If you use more raw fish, vegetables, or meat in your kitchen, then engineered stone guarantees you safety. 

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Quartz countertop

Quartz is one of the most common minerals. Quartz products are reliable enough to be used as raw materials for the production of quartz countertops and some other household equipment. It is highly scratch resistant and exists in lots of places and can serve as an electricity isolator.

Porcelain countertops​

Porcelain countertops

This is a widely used term for various ranges of ceramic tile. Amongst the different products of porcelain are chemical ware, decorative china, electrical insulators, and dental crowns.

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Compac Quartz countertops

Compac quartz has tons of applications for your bathroom vanities, wall tile, kitchen countertops, floors, and other aspects of interior designs. It is highly recommended for surfaces because of how resistant they are to acids and oils.

Further, it is durable, heat resistant, and resilient to cracks and stains. It is non-porous too, meaning that dirt can't penetrate.

Specialty Tops

Butcher Block countertop​

Butcher Block countertop

Butcher Block is one of the most common wood countertops. It has a unique strength and appearance due to how its edges are positioned. It has a solid surface, is durable, and is often sanded to retain a smooth, polished surface.

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Laminate countertops

Laminate is a countertop material used to create water-resistant kitchen countertops and is available in different textures, patterns, and colors. Laminate kitchen counters are often lightweight, making them easy for you to install at home with little or no extra help. Aside from producing laminate countertops, one other beautiful thing about laminate is that it doesn't put a strain on your proposed budget.

They may not be scratch-resistant but they'll assure you of timelessness and durability.

Quartzite Countertops

Glass countertop

Glass materials are used to introduce style to modern, vintage, or traditional table bases. It is quite durable and can be used to create an illusion of extra space in your house.

Work With the Best Kitchen Countertop Company in Cleveland, OH

Are you in need of high-quality custom kitchen countertops? Firenza stone is your one-stop-shop. We provide you with the right kitchen countertop options to simplify your search. 

From buying custom countertops to countertop installation, you can reach out to us for free estimates on our slabs for your residential and commercial projects. Rest assured, that you will receive top-notch service.

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