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Granite & Marble Specialist's providing the perfect granite and quartz countertop options for full kitchen and bath remodels.

Our Showroom

We invite you down to browse our extensive inventory of granite, quartz and marble slabs, directly imported from Brazil and India, at our 10,000 square foot faciltiy, centrally located in Denver. We look forward to meeting you and helping you design your new kitchen or bathroom project.

Installation & Fabrication

Our customers can take advantage of our very comcpetitive fabrication and installation prices. We offer excellent craftsmanship and prompt service that enables our customers to enjoy their new countertops approximately 2-3 weeks after selecting their material.

Granite Countertops

Granite is a customer favorite for many reasons. It is one of the most durable materials, second in hardness only to diamonds. You’ll have a hard time trying to chip or crack a granite countertop. Its heat-resistant surface is perfect for home bakers and professional chefs, because hot pans and dishes won’t harm it.

Quartz Countertops

Quartz is also popular, thanks in part to its nonporous surface that holds up against stains and is easy to clean. If you value making an impression, quartz is a great option since no two quartz countertops are identical.

Over 65 Different Choices of Granite, Quartz and Marble

 

Denver, Colorado and its surrounding areas are among the fastest growing and most vibrant real estate markets in the United States.  Due to its strong economy, people are looking to move to Denver, Colorado and, in turn, perform whole home renovations or simply upgrade and update their existing home.  New kitchen countertops and bathroom countertops are both worthy investments and are among the top choices for enhancing the quality of your daily life as well as increasing the value and attractiveness of your home.  New kitchen and bathroom countertops are not only practical, but they play perhaps the largest role in obtaining that “WOW” factor for your kitchen and bathrooms.  

Between the functionality and the appearance of your kitchen, bathroom, or any other room or project you may be considering upgrading, it is important to pay special attention to the colors, patterns and size of the selected materials.  While your options may seem overwhelming, your basic choices come down to four select materials; Granite, Quartz, Marble and Quartzite.
 

Why Granite?

 

Granite is the standard bearer in the countertop industry.  Other materials have come and gone, but Granite remains popular and stylish year in and year out.  Granite is one of the most durable materials and is suitable for use in kitchens, bathrooms, bars and even outdoor projects.  A natural stone, Granite comes in an almost unlimited selection of colors, textures and patterns, so there is certainly a choice that works for everyone’s taste and budget.  The natural beauty of Granite and its extreme practicality and durability makes Granite countertops well worth the investment.
 

Why Quartz?

 

Over the last several years Quartz has become more and more popular, especially for those people who are looking for white materials or materials that mimic the look of marble, thanks in part to its nonporous surface that holds up against stains, requires less maintenance than natural stone and is also easy to clean.   Quartz, sometimes referred to as engineered stone, is a great option if you are looking for consistency in color and pattern since each slab is going to be almost identical to the other slabs of that same material.  Quartz is a great option if you are looking for that contemporary or modern style for your kitchen or bathroom project. 
 

Why Quartzite?

 

Despite the similarity in name, Quartzite and quartz are two very different materials.  Quartzite is a natural stone with a hardness level exceeding that of granite.  Some Quartzites have a similar appearance to marble, with dramatic veining, but since it is much harder and more dense than marble, it is much better suited for harsh environments or daily use.  Quartzite is among the most beautiful and most exotic stones in the world, with a few varieties being wholly translucent, making for a phenomenal effect when combined with the proper lighting.  If you are looking for an elegant, high-end and unparalleled kitchen or bathroom countertop, your search should begin and end with Quartzite.
 

Why Marble? 

 

Often imitated but never duplicated, Marble is another natural stone with unmatched beauty and pattern, but with the benefit of having a smaller price tag than most quartzites.  Forming naturally from sedimentary dolomite or limestone rock, each type and slab of Marble is different.  Generally with flowing or wave-like patterns, primarily in the white and grey color palette, Marble countertops provide a softer look and feel than other materials.  While not as hard or dense as granite, quartz or quartzite, most Marble slabs, especially the dolomitic marbles, are suitable for use as kitchen countertops and certainly bathroom countertops.  Cleaning Marble countertops is a breeze and the additional maintenance associated with Marble merely requires re-sealing your Marble countertops twice a year rather than just once a year as with other natural stones.  Marble, there is no substitute!! 

 


We know that selecting a countertop material can be daunting, especially if this is your first time.  There are many things to consider like the unique needs of your family, the dimensions of your space, your style or preference and, especially, your budget.  You don’t have to do it alone;  At Granite Direct, we have many years of experience as well as an interior designer on staff to help you with your granite, quartz, marble or quartzite selections or to answer any questions you may have.  We are always here to discuss your options and help you make the best decision for your particular project. 

We will measure, template, cut, deliver and install your countertops for prices you can afford.  All it takes is a simple phone call or email to get started.  You can also stop by our 10,000 square foot warehouse and check out our materials in person and even hand-select your particular slab or slab.