Granite, quartz, soapstone, quartzite, marble & more

Qualey Granite & Quartz offers a wide variety of natural and engineered stone for countertop fabrication in our 15,000 square foot indoor slab showroom. Many colors are available, and custom orders are always an option. If you're not sure what surface would function best for your kitchen, talk to us! Our team can help you decide what surface fits your lifestyle.

Know your stone

Education is the most important way to prepare for installing natural stone. Our team will give you plenty of information about stone, or browse our guides here. Want to know how to care for your stone? Check out our stone care guide.

Choose the perfect edge

Edge profiles trend in and out throughout the years. Choose from timeless double eased, trendy mitered, the slight curve of crescent, or thinner edges like ogee or bullnose.

Note: Soapstone available in double eased edge profile only. Miters may incur additional charge.


In-house stone fabrication

Our team of fabricators pride themselves on the quality of their work, and the results are evident in each finished product. Bring your measurements, choose your stone, and leave the difficulties to us! Once your order is placed, we come to your home and take precise laser measurements to ensure proper fit of your new stone countertops. The fabrication sheets are drawn up from these specific measurements, and your stone is cut with our waterjet saws, then our polishers finish your stone by hand.

Don't stress about seams

Seams are necessary for most kitchens, simply to help disperse the weight of natural stone. Granite can weigh up to 22 pounds per square foot! The bulkier the piece, the more likely it is to crack or break during production or installation. For pieces of granite that include more motion or veining, we use a computer program to ensure a great seam match. Slabsmithâ„¢ uses green screen technology to create a digital image of the slab your products are coming from so that our fabricators can match color in your chosen stone to a very similar area on the slab. Take a look at the videos below for more information!