Stone Collections
New Arrivals New Arrivals
Granite Granite
Black Granite Black Granite
Blue Granite Blue Granite
Brown Granite Brown Granite
Green Granite Green Granite
Red Granite Red Granite
Gold Granite Gold Granite
White Granite White Granite
Marble Marble
Brown Marble Brown Marble
Green Marble Green Marble
Red Marble Red Marble
White Marble White Marble
Exotic Stone Exotic Stone
Quartz Quartz
CaesarStone CaesarStone
Silestone Silestone
Soapstone Soapstone
Travertine Travertine
Accessories Accessories
Franke Sinks and Faucets Franke Sinks and Faucets
Stone Knobs and Handles Stone Knobs and Handles
Caring for Stone Caring for Stone
Edge Profiles Edge Profiles
Standard Edges Standard Edges
Upgraded Edges Upgraded Edges
Custom Edges Custom Edges

Quartz countertops are very popular for busy homeowners who want to save time in the kitchen with no ongoing maintenance.  Also known as engineered stone, quartz slabs combine finely crushed stone (93% quartz), various colors (pigment) and resin to produce a tough, non-porous material that resists heat, staining and scratching. Best of all, quartz slabs never need to be sealed which means no additional maintenance beyond every day cleanup.  Quartz slabs come in a variety of colors with a consistently uniform pattern throughout each slab.

The August 2006 issue of Consumer Reports Magazine gave their overall highest score to quartz (engineered stone) based upon multiple criteria including resistance to stains, heat, and scratches.  Bridgewater Marble & Granite is proud to offer two leading brands of quartz slabs (engineered stone), which are ideal for residential and commercial countertop applications and competitively priced about the same as a mid-range granite selection.   Click below to learn more about our premiere lines of engineered stone.

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Silestone can be used in virtually any indoor surfacing application in kitchens, bathrooms and floors.
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