Granite – Marble – Limestone – Soapstone – Slate
We love stone. We are the #1 fabricator and installer of stone in the Rochester area and proud to say it was the quality of our work that got us there. Whether you are looking at your upcoming project, looking for guidance, or you are ready to look at the selection of stone we have for your project underway, you have come to the right place.
We have a showroom of sample pieces which we encourage you to come look at. We also work with many suppliers who have online catalogs to help you find that perfect piece. Below are some of the suppliers we work with.
NSI, is a direct importer of flawless, precious marble and granite from legendary quarries around the world. Below you can browse through some of the catalog pages of their offerings, and for more details you can go to their website as the inventory is continuously changing. Full Catalog
OHM International specializes in providing an exceptional variety of granite, marble, limestone, travertine, slate, onyx and quartzite to fabricators nationwide and beyond. They are a great source for rare pieces and are constantly updating inventory.
Cosentino Group is a global, Spanish, family-owned company that produces and distributes high value innovative surfaces for the world of design and architecture. Full Catalog
MSI is a leading nationwide distributor of flooring, countertop, wall tile and hardscaping products. Headquartered in Orange, California, MSI maintains 19 distribution centers across the United States and Canada, bringing their supplies close to us. MSI’s product line includes an extensive offering of natural stone, porcelain, ceramic, glass and quartz products imported from 36 countries on six continents. MSI imports over 35,000 containers per year and manages an inventory of over 100 million square feet, including hundreds of thousands of slabs of natural stone and quartz. In addition, MSI has purchasing offices in India, China, Brazil, and Turkey. Full Catalog
CaesarStone is made from 93% crushed quartz, one of nature’s hardest minerals. The quartz is combined with high-quality polymer resins and pigments and then compacted under intense vibration, vacuum, and pressure into dense, non-porous slabs. The slabs are post cured, gauged to precise thickness, and polished to an enduring shine.
The quartz surfacing is tough enough for the wear and tear on just about any interior surface, and beautiful enough for every architectural and decorating scheme. Although long used for the finest residential countertops, CaesarStone is now offered as an attractive and versatile finish for commercial and institutional buildings. Full Catalog