Surface One fabricates a variety of Natural Stone products, including Granite, Limestone, Marble, Quartzite, Soapstone, Travertine and Onyx. We source materials from all over the World and fabricate unique materials, colors, and patterns to meet unique design demands. Our selection of Natural Stone varies from traditional countertop materials and colors, to premium surfaces that meet more demanding function and design needs. Surface One can fabricate Natural Stone surfaces with a variety of edges including ogee, bevel, bullnose, waterfall and more. Learn About Natural Stone.
Quartz countertops are a man-made surface that on average includes 93% real Quartzite crystals; they may also include glass and or mirror particles. Quartz is a non-porous material which makes it a popular choice for homes. Surface One fabricates Quartz countertops in a diverse range of colors and patterns offered by a variety of well known vendors including Caesarstone, Cambria, Hanstone, Silestone, Viatera and Zodiaq. Learn About Quartz.
Solid Surface countertops are man-made surfaces created for durability and longevity. The color spectrum is endless, the surfaces are low maintenance and do not have to be sealed or waxed. Because Solid Surface countertops are non-porous and seamless they are often used in homes as well as schools, commercial buildings and health care facilities. Surface One fabricates Solid Surface countertops from several well known brands, such as Avonite, Corian, Hanex, Hi-Macs, Staron and Livingstone, Meganite, Wilsonart. Learn About Solid Surfaces.
Surface One fabricates several Specialty Surfaces that are manufactured using innovative processes. Surface One fabricates Dekton, which is a new manufactured surface that is highly durable, sleek in design and can be fabricated thinner than other traditional surfaces, thus expanding use to walls, facades and flooring. Our Recycled Glass surfaces include Eco, Icestone, and Vetrazzo. Recycled Glass countertops and surfaces are a sustainable product that is unique in color and design, and can be used across a variety of applications, including walls and flooring. For architects and designers, most recycled glass products can earn credits toward LEED certification. Learn About Specialty Surfaces.