Granite is one of the most popular countertop materials that we carry here at Cape Cod Granite & Marble. Granite is a durable choice for kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, bar tops, and more. Since there are thousands of unique colors of granite, it is the perfect natural stone to fit the décor of any project. At Cape Cod Granite & Marble, our service, equipment, and materials are second to none. Cape Cod Granite & Marble’s selection of over hundreds of colors of stones will allow your imagination to run wild as you plan your home improvement. If you want premium quality stone coupled with the experience and technological ability to produce your specific project, look no further than Cape Cod Granite & Marble.
Marble is one of our most popular stones for bathroom vanities and other low traffic areas, like wash stations, butler’s pantry and baking areas. If you are looking to add a sophisticated and luxurious look your home or business, there is no other countertop material the elegance of marble.
Quartzite is an exotic, lush and stunning. It is a fantastic option to mimic the appearance of marble, but with increased durability, which is better suited for busier areas that experience wear and tear.
Why not start with one of the natural stones in our name? Marble is often used for countertops, bathrooms, floors, fireplaces and foyers.
Next up, the other half of our name: granite. By far the most popular choice for kitchen counters, granite is one of the hardest stones available on the market.
Most typically used in floors (both indoor and outdoor), slate is softer than granite and is more susceptible to scratching and abrasion.
Sandstone is commonly used for fireplace facings, chimneys, garden walls and outdoor areas, including pools. Its color varies widely because of the materials found in the stone.
Most popularly used as a building stone, limestone has similar weaknesses to marble (easily scratched) when used in countertops.
A type of limestone, travertine is among the more popular natural stones for wall cladding (both interior and exterior) and can also be used for interior floors, and exterior applications.
An engineered stone, the majority of Caesarstone is quartz. Touted for its heat- and stain-resistant properties, Caesarstone offers multiple edging, finish and textures.