Granite is a natural stone, quarried from large igneous stone deposits found around the world. It begins as molten magma that flows into other rock structures and cools slowly. The stone is naturally quite rough and textured, but when it is ground and polished during the countertop manufacturing process, it takes on a smooth surface with a rich luster.
Granite is comprised of a many different minerals that give each slab a unique and attractive appearance. For example, granite high in feldspar will have rich red or pink highlights. Mica produces brown or black veining while quartz gives pink, white or black hues to the stone.​

Because of its durability, it’s great for heavily used areas in the home, such as kitchen countertops. Granite is resistant to scratches and damage from heat such as pans or hot hair tools. It is also stain resistant and easy to clean when sealed correctly.



Meet HanStone’s state-of-the-art Quartz surfaces made of natural quartz – one of nature’s strongest materials. Offering beauty tough enough to stand up to everyday life. With classic hues and beautiful movements, HanStone Quartz celebrates the natural world around us, while being on trend and appealing for all interiors.


Many interior surface material harbor unwanted microorganisms. With routine cleaning, HanStone’s nonporous surfaces inherently will not harbor or promote bacteria, mold or mildew growth.



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Marble is beautiful – no one can dispute that. Its characteristics from patterns to colors, are what make the stone special. It is understandable why people choose to have marble kitchen countertops

There are a number of stone colors available in granite although none can match the beauty of a veined white marble.

Marble has long been the stone of choice from castles of old to commercial applications of the finest quality. Monuments to ballroom floors, window sills to sophisticated foyers, it is a stone that rarely competes with other elements for attention, though it can blend in or serve as the centerpiece of a room, depending on its pairings.



Break away from traditional marble and granite with the sleek and modern look of premium onyx! The material is formed when stalactites and stalagmites drip to form the strikingly dramatic stone. It is well worth noting that onyx is translucent, meaning that there are opportunities to add a unique backlit feature when finishing your kitchen or bathroom. Onyx available in swirling and pastel color patterns.



Quartzite is a metamorphic rock made almost entirely of the mineral quartz. Quartzite begins its geologic life as sand grains, perhaps on a beach, desert dune, or riverbed. Over time, the sand grains become compressed and stuck together to form sandstone. If the sandstone gets buried ever more deeply underneath layers of rocks, it gets hotter and more compressed. With enough heat and pressure, the sand grains lose their original shape and fuse to their neighbors, forming a dense, durable rock. The process is similar to individual snowflakes merging into solid, glacial ice.

Quartzite is usually white or light-colored because quartz sand is light colored.

Additional minerals carried by groundwater can impart hues of green, blue, orion-red.