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Quartz, Marble and Granite Countertops in South Jersey, NJ

StoneShop is your one stop shop for finely detailed fabrication of natural stone kitchen countertops, incredible marble, and tile baths, plus everything else you can imagine in tile, marble, or granite in NJ.  When you shop at StoneShop, you will be guided through the selection process by interior designers with decades of experience who will help you choose the best granite countertops in NJ for your application.  Our showroom is stocked with the latest in hand-picked quality slabs and tile including granite, marble, quartzite, limestone, travertine, quartz countertops, and exotics like onyx.

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Discounted Countertop Installation in NJ

New countertops and upgraded kitchen and baths are always a great investment and making upgrades to your kitchen and bath is one of the best ways to add value to your NJ home.  As with any other investment, it’s important to be armed with the tools and knowledge it takes to make an informed decision.  That’s why our sales team will help you throughout the process, going over the pros and cons of each material so you can decide for yourself which one will work best in your home or business.  Located in Cherry Hill, NJ StoneShop has become the trusted fabricators of residential and commercial countertops for the residents of South Jersey and surrounding areas including Cherry Hill, NJ.  If you’re looking for commercial countertops in Philadelphia, Kitchen and bath in Cherry Hill NJ, or Granite fabricators in Philadelphia, we’re the installers you want working for you!

Your Granite Countertop Company in NJ

Other granite countertop companies in NJ may have the selection, but they can’t offer the same discount prices on remnants, commercial countertops, natural stone, granite installation, and more!  We also offer the best customer service and our fabricators and installers are some of the best in the NJ and surrounding areas.  Don’t take a chance on other stores; go with the installers trusted by residents of Cherry Hill, NJ and South Jersey.

Questions & Answers on Countertops

New countertops and upgraded kitchens and baths are an investment, and as many studies have shown, a very good one, adding value to your home more than any other improvement.  So like any other investment, it is important to be a smart investor, armed with the tools and knowledge to make an informed decision.

How do I choose a fabricator?

Make sure that you choose someone who is licensed, insured and OSHA compliant.  You do not want anyone on your property that might create a risk to you and your family.  Ask if the salespeople are designers with experience in stone and tile as the last thing you want is a product that is not suitable for the use intended.  Check with friends and check reviews online to be sure you are dealing with a reputable company.  STONESHOP is New Jersey’s only Marble Institute of America Accredited Fabricator.

What questions are important to ask my prospective fabricator?

  • Are the slabs I choose the actual slabs I will get?
  • How many seams will there be and where are they located? (Some low price providers can charge less because they use more seams than necessary)
  • If I am going over existing cabinets, can you remove the existing tops AND dispose of them? (Ask that they can “template over” existing to reduce downtime)
  • Do you re-polish the surface of the stone to correct any dull spots that may exist on the slab? (Stoneshop has surface polishing equipment to “touch-up” the factory finish…many shops do not
  • Can I see the layout of my kitchen on the slabs?
  • Do you refinish under large overhangs such an island?
  • Is sealer applied at the factory?
  • Do you have a written guarantee?
  • What red flags should steer me from a fabricator?
  • No fabrication facility (they will dry cut in your driveway)
  • Slabs with dull spots, faded, many imperfections (this is commercial grade stone)
  • Multiple bad reviews on web searches, even bankruptcy

Does the price of stone affect the quality?

Generally speaking, no. Very low prices might mean commercial grade stone is being used, so be sure to see the slabs you are ordering. Some stone is available from multiple sources, so the base price is low. There is, however, First Choice, Second Choice and Commercial Grade, with First Choice having even looking color and movement (veining). All three will perform perfectly but the “quality” is based on the appearance and your personal taste. Other than that, price is based on the country of origin, the rarity of the products and the difficulty in the mining and finishing of the slabs or remnants at the quarry.

What is Quartzite?

Starting its life as sandstone, quartzite forms when sandstone and quartz are together, under tremendous amounts of heat and pressure. This causes the empty grains of sandstone to become filled with quartz—a process that actually makes the quartzite harder than quartz. Quartzite is a very strong and durable material that possesses a high resistance to heat and stains. Since it’s made primarily of silica, quartzite actually has a very high resistance to anything acidic (which is the culprit of etching). But, in some quartzite slabs, there can be traces of calcium carbonate—a substance that reacts very easily to acid. If these areas come into contact with acids, this can cause localized etching. Etching can range from feeling smooth to rough and may be cloudy looking. You’ll want to contact a stone restoration professional to address these etches.

Keep in mind that quartzite also offers a resistance to absorption and a high hardness rating. Granite has a hardness rating of 6-6.5, Quartzite is around 7, Diamonds are 10. So even if quartzite does come into contact with acidic materials, it will give you more time to clean up before it starts to etch, giving you time to repair it before things get out of hand.

Quartzite is extremely popular not only because of its durability, hardness, resistance to heat, scratches, and water absorption, but also because it looks a lot like marble and has granite-like properties. Many quartzite colors come in shades of light grey and white, which are stylistically very popular today. With just a few protective measures, such as choosing a honed finish over a polished finish or adding a stone sealant for an extra layer of protection, quartzite can be a beautiful countertop that offers style, practicality, and longevity.

What is Quartz?

Quartz, or engineered stone, is a man- made product that is sold under many different brands such as Silestone, Cambria, Caesarstone and Zodiaq. It is a composite material made of crushed stone bound together by an adhesive, (most commonly polymer resin, with some newer versions using cement mix). The two common stones used in producing these products are marbles and quartz, the application of this product depends on the original stone used, for engineered marbles the most common application is indoor flooring and walls, while the quartz based product is used primarily for kitchen countertops. These are not recommended for outdoor use as fading will occur.

It is important to remember that these products exhibit variation of pattern and color similar to natural stone and none of the manufacturers will guarantee a blemish free surface. Regarding heat and scratch resistance, most colors will behave like granite. These products are used mostly when a color not found in nature is desired.

How often do I seal my countertops?

Your countertop will be delivered sealed and will be sealed again upon installation and final inspection. We use sealers that are designed specifically for the stone you are using. Some stone needs a more aggressive impregnator, some need very little. We recommend resealing every 4-5 years, but if you see water starting to leave a temporary dark mark, it may be time to reseal. It is not a difficult task and can be done in just a few hours.

There is a sealer product available for marble and quartzite that carries a 15 year warranty offering protection for these more delicate surfaces

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Countertop Fabricators

StoneShop has everything you need to upgrade your kitchen, bath, or any other room of your home or business.  From remnants to full granite countertops in NJ to commercial countertops, plus installation, and repair, we’ve got it all under one roof!  That’s how we can offer our countertops at a deep discount.  Some other stores may have remnants and slabs in stock but they don’t have the fabricators and installers to get the job done.  Wouldn’t it be nice if you could buy your countertops and take care of the installation or repair all in one trip?  At StoneShop, you can!  Residents of Cherry Hill, NJ and South Jersey have already found out about our amazing sales, service and repair, and they love our discount prices.  Find out what they already know; give us a call today!  Whether you’re looking for remnants, full countertops, commercial countertops, repair, or any other stone application, we can take care of you, all with discount prices.