American made, right here in Minnesota, family owned and serious about service just like us! Cambria’s innovative design options give you 126+ choices with no square foot minimums so you don’t have to worry about falling in love with multiple designs for your home.
Cambria’s goal is to “Help you create the home of your dreams, without compromising beauty or performance. More captivating than other quartz counters, more durable than granite, Cambria creates unique surfaces with the true elegance you demand of natural stone and the hard-working performance your everyday life requires”.
Sinks, faucets and accessories of the highest quality – Family owned since 1920, ELKAY is proud to be America’s number-one selling stainless steel sink company. Check out their line of American made today.
Silestone started in 1990 and is made in Cantoria, Spain. They feature 60 colors.
Caesarstone was founded in 1987 along the Mediterranean coast of Caesarea, Israel. They offer 40 color options, including 2 honed finishes.
The strength and luster of Zodiaq® quartz kitchen countertops make Zodiaq® an elegant choice for all who admire the beauty of real stone.
4 collections offer a total of 60 different patterns to choose from in the HanStone line which was originally produced in South Korea beginning in 2004. They then moved to London, Ontario-Canada opening a new facility in 2009.
Established in December 2002 in Hanoi, Vietnam, VICOSTONE is a quartz surface with over 70 colors that is widely used in interior applications such as kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities.
Granite is a natural stone found throughout the world. Cut and polished granite has been used for countertops for kitchens and baths in the finest homes. In addition to beautiful and durable countertops, granite can be used to beautify your home in other ways such as fireplace surrounds, window sills and any place you want a gleaming hard surface that resists heat and water.
Thank you for everything! We love the kitchen! You guys are the best!- Sandy L. – St Paul, MN read more »