Solid Surface
Natural Quartz
1250 Bridgetown Pike
Langhorne, PA  19053
Phone: 215.499.6393

Countertops have a significant impact on the look and feel of your kitchen or bathroom.  Today there are many
different materials for creating your countertops and depending on your design and intended use, we can help
you select  the right one for you home.  
Popular Countertop Materials
Natural Stone (Granite): one of the hardest
natural materials, made up of quartz and

Other stone include marble, limestone and
soapstone, but they require delicate use and
greater care.
  • Heat and scratch resistant
  • Many unique varieties and visual
  • Available with various edge treatments
    and finishes
  • Porous material, requires resealing to
    prevent staining
  • Sizes are limited, odd/large sizes will
    have visible seams
  • Scratches are hard to remove
  • Can be expensive
Natural Quartz:  combination of natural quartz
and silica sands engineered under extreme
pressure at very high temperatures to create a
product that looks like granite, marble, or
  • Extremely durable, heat, scratch, stain
    and bacteria resistant
  • Requires little to no maintenance
  • Many unique and consistent colors and
    visual patterns
  • Available with various edge treatments
    and finishes
  • Odd/large sizes will have visible seams
  • More expensive than some other
Solid Surface:  Solid surface materials, such
as Corian, are manufactured from acrylic
resins and/or polyester plastics.
  • Resists liquid and food stains
    Scratches/stains can be sanded away
  • Seamless construction
  • Available in numerous solid colors and
    patterns, with a wide selection of edging
  • Not heat resistant, hot pots can melt
    the finish
  • Can be expensive
Tile:  made from a variety of materials such as
cermic, porcelain, marble, slate, etc.
  • Heat and stain resistant
  • Wide selection of size, color and
    materials allow for the most versatile
    range of designs
  • Extra tiles may be stored for repairs
  • Tiles may scratch and chip
  • Tile surface may be uneven
  • Grout lines may be hard to clean
Laminate: made from a thin piece of
laminated plastic that is adhered to a base or
substrate. The substrate might be particle
board or plywood.
  • Durable
  • Inexpensive
  • A vast array of colors/style available
  • Available with various edge treatments
    and finishes
  • Not heat resistant
  • Surface color can fade or wear over
  • Noticeable seams and edges