Whether designing for the kitchen or the bathroom there are a multitude of countertop designs and materials to create any look. Below you will find some of the main countertop materials that AGS Stone works with. Have any questions? Schedule a consultation to come into our showroom to see the materials in person.

Granite and Marble

You have a variety of choices when selecting natural stone countertop material. The three major factors that are likely to impact your selection are appearance, ease of maintenance and budget. Granite has become a popular choice due to its natural beauty and durability. Other choices include limestone, marble, onyx, slate, soap stone and travertine. AGS Stone has an indoor display area with a variety of granite colors from which to choose from. We can also direct you to local wholesalers if you would like to evaluate additional selection possibilities. We have included links to several wholesaler websites below. To learn more about the properties of each stone type visit the Marble Institute of America’s website

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Engineered stone is a composite material made of crushed stone bound together by a polymer resin. Quartz is the major filler, although other material like colored glass, shells, metals, or mirrors might be added. A typical material will consist of 93% quartz by weight and 7% resin. Commonly referred to as Quartz, there are a number of leading brands offering a range of colors, patterns and thicknesses. AGS Stone has a large sample collection in our showroom to assist you with your selection. You can also visit manufacturer websites for additional product information.

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Recycled Materials

Environmentally conscious? There are many recycled materials on the market today that offer a distinctive appearance and ease of maintenance while utilizing a high percentage of recycled content including porcelain, glass, crystallized ash, mirror and stone remnants. Visit our showroom to view samples or visit our manufacturer links to learn more.

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