Stone and Man Made Products

Popular choices for homeowners.

With countless selections of materials and colors offered to customers, choosing between using natural stone, quartz, porcelain, or glass materials for a project can be a daunting task. Distinctive Granite & Marble can provide helpful insight to the proper use of each of the materials and what is just right for your application.

Granite

This unique material brings a stunning, textured look that simply cannot be replicated. Because of its high compressive strength and durability, granite is the hardest of structural stones. It’s also very ornamental, low maintenance, and versatile for many different applications. Granite kitchen countertops, pool and copings, fireplaces, vanities, and building facades are all popular applications.

Marble

Experience a timeless, realistic feeling that’s in tune with nature by purchasing marble stone. Marble is one of the most valued stones and has been for thousands of years. This is because of its rich and varied palette of stunning colors and veining. As a result, it’s perfect for use in almost any part of your home or business. Like granite, marble tends to be the most widely used for bathroom countertops. However, it can also be seen used for flooring, wall panels, shower enclosures, backsplashes and more.

Quartz

Quartz surfaces now provide the look of natural stone, as well as uniform patterns. Quartz is non-porous and low maintenance, making it a great choice for kitchen countertops that may regularly experience heavy use and a lot of spills. Its hardness determines what applications it can be utilized for, mainly because it can easily be manipulated into more irregular shapes.

Porcelain

This distinct material is characterized by its high durability, so it’s sure to last for years as flooring applications in homes, restaurants, and hotels. Like granite countertops, porcelain countertops are a wonderful choice for indoor and outdoor applications, mainly because of how well they hold up to the weather – they’re completely fade and frost-proof. Furthermore, porcelain can also be used as wall surfaces, backsplashes, and more.

Glass

Capture an ethereal look with glass tiles. They can easily add sophistication and subtle glamor to any space. In fact, glass tiles are a stunning choice for walls, accents, mosaics, backsplashes, fireplaces, pool walls, and more. They’ll bring a modern appearance when paired with natural stone, quartz, or porcelain countertops, whether you mix and match shades or perhaps use one uniform color.