Kitchens can be both the most difficult and the most rewarding project in your home. It is the place where all five senses reside and where family traditions are born. Your new custom stone countertop can transform any kitchen with new life and meaning.

There are many factors to consider when choosing a countertop including appearance, durability, maintenance and of course, budget. Our team of experts are here to help you make the right decision to suit your families’ everyday life. Whether it is a remodel or a new built, your countertop is one of the most widely used areas in your home. Visit us today and learn about the many features and characteristics that make each option distinctive.

Granite Countertop Design

Marbled shades, natural flecks, and variant colours – granite countertops are ideal for traditional homes with old world charm. With subtle speckled variations in tone throughout, granite countertops easily become the stylish focal point of a kitchen or bathroom. Granite countertops are incredibly versatile; they come in a wide variety of colours and patterns, giving homeowners unique control over their home’s look and feel. While darker shades work especially well when paired with a pop of colour or a bold pattern, lighter shades complement medium-coloured wood cabinets and natural lighting. The natural, elegant design of granite countertops lays the foundation for beautiful room design.

The Pros and Cons of Granite Countertops

Countertops can be a home’s ground zero for spills, fingerprints, clutter and mess.  As much as we would love out countertops to remain organized and mess-free, life often gets in the way.  It is vital for homeowners to understand the benefits and drawbacks of a particular stone.


Granite is a Natural Stone  – Granite comes from the earth and are perfectly designed by nature. Colour variations, natural defects, fissures and erratic veins can ensure your stone piece is truly, one of a kind.

Durability – Granite is extremely durable.  It is scratch resistant and doesn’t chip easily.  Most chips can be repair by a specialized technician.

Heat Resistant – Granite is completely heat resistant which means you don’t have to be concerned with taking hot pots off the stove and placing them directly onto your countertop.


Granite is a Natural Stone – Granite comes from the earth and is not manufactured in any way. Colour variations, natural defects, fissures and erratic veins may be present in your stone piece and cannot be altered in any way.

Porous – Granite is porous and should be sealed ever 1-5 years depending on the type of granite you have.  If sealed properly, granite is stain resistant.

Seams – Seams are inevitable and will be seen and felt.  Although this is inevitable with all stone, seams are usually more apparent in granite than in quartz.

“Thank you so much for the absolutely beautiful job you did at our home. The colour choices you recommended are perfect and the execution is exquisite, you also shared a most generous price with us. Thank you so much – you are truly artists”

Shaun & Rosemary


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8550 Keele Street, Unit C
Concord, Ontario, L4K 2N2

Phone: (905) 482-3355
Fax: (905) 482-3385


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