Medina's Premier Countertop

Specialists Since 1980!

We'd LOVE to build your countertops for you!

Serving Medina, Summit and Cuyahoga Counties


wE'D LOVE TO BUILD YOUR COUNTERTOPS FOR YOU!


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OUR PLEDGE TO YOU

We offer honest and reliable estimates, and we like to think we do it right.  Whether it’s our friendly service or the honesty and value we bring to every interaction, our customers love us! 

We're famous for:

  • QUALITY materials and QUALITY workmanship
  • HONEST cost estimates
  • COMPETITIVE prices
  • BEAUTIFUL countertops
  • FRIENDLY, NEIGHBORLY, HOMETOWN SERVICE that you just can't get at a Big Box store!

  • What exactly is Quartz?  Quartz, sometimes referred to as "engineered stone", is a man-made product that is composed of approximately 95% granite and 5% resins to hold the product together.  The answer to the next question provides even more information.
  • What is the difference between granite and quartz?  Deciding between granite and quartz can sometimes be challenging, but if you understand the different properties of the two surfaces you can select the countertop that best suits your individual needs.  Granite is a natural stone that is removed from the surface of the earth from areas all over the world then cut into slabs and polished for use as countertops and other building materials.  Because it is a product of nature, different slabs of granite cut from the same area of the ground can look very different from one another due to variances in veining and different color patterns.  Many people prefer this natural look and appreciate the natural beauty of granite.  Even though granite is a very hard substance it can still be slightly porous, so it's necessary to apply a seal to the top of the granite to prevent foods and liquids from saturating the stone and causing staining.  Quartz, on the other hand, is a man-made material, often referred to as "engineered stone".  It is composed of approximately 95% granite and 5% resins to hold the product together.  Because it is engineered, the patterns and veining on the quartz product will be more consistent than what you will get with natural granite.  Like granite, it is also a very hard and durable surface.  In addition, because the resins used to manufacture quartz go through the entire product, quartz is less porous than granite and does not need to be sealed, thereby making it "maintenance free".  All-in-all, it all comes down to personal preferences.
  • Is quartz durable?  Yes, quartz surfaces are even harder and more durable than granite, and require no maintenance to keep them looking their best.
  • Can I put hot pans directly on my quartz and not worry about causing damage? While quartz is a very durable stone, we recommend that you don't place anything that's really hot on any countertop surface.  In fact, heat can cause damage to the resins that are used in the manufacturing of quartz.  Just to be safe, it's always better to scatter a few cutting boards or trivets around your kitchen to avoid any unnecessary damage from excessive heat.
  • Can I cut on my quartz countertop?  We don't recommend it. Although quartz is very hard, some foods (such as foods that are highly acidic) can eventually dull the finish.  Also, since quartz is a very hard substance, your knives will become very dull very quickly. We recommend using a cutting board to keep your quartz looking beautiful and your knives sharp.
  • Will the quartz that I see in your showroom look like the quartz that will be installed in my home, or do I need to pick out the exact slab?  Because quartz is a man-made product, the quartz you pick out in our showroom will look just like the quartz that is installed in your home.  The consistent pattern is one of the benefits of choosing quartz for your countertops.
  • Can quartz stain? Quartz is a very durable product and staining is unlikely, however we recommend that you wipe up any spills promptly to avoid any damage to the countertop.
  • How thick is the quartz that you sell? All of the quartz that we sell is 3 centimeters thick (that's equivalent to approximately 1 1/4").
  • Are there different edge styles available for my quartz countertop?  Yes, we offer a variety of different edge styles.  We'd be happy to help you select one that you like.





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