One of New Jersey’s Largest & Most Highly Referenced Fabricators of Natural & Man-Made Stone Products.
We at Stone Surfaces, Inc. hope you will find our website to be a helpful tool in making decisions for your building and home improvement projects. Stone Surfaces, Inc. is one of New Jersey’s largest fabricators of natural stone and quartz countertops. We, as a leading granite fabricator in New Jersey, pride ourselves in our work and our craftsmanship is second to none in the industry. We are honored to be able to provide granite for many of the tri-state area’s top kitchen & bath designers, builders, contractors and interior designers.
While most of our clientele are affiliated directly with the Building & Design trade, retail customers are welcome to come in and visit our facility to view our extensive granite and marble stone inventory in New Jersey and other tri-state areas. Our knowledgeable staff is here to help educate you and guide you in finding the proper Resources to make your experience with Stone Surfaces a pleasurable one. Please view our marble and granite counters and stones gallery to see the pristine work Stone Surfaces, Inc., along with our extensive resources, have created.
100% Natural and is one of the hardest stones next to diamond. Nonporous and extremely durable, it can hold its own against hot pots. The varieties are endless, and no two slabs are exactly alike. We get new granite in from all over the world and only a visit to our showroom in New Jersey will show you all the varieties of granite counters that are available.
A re-crystallized limestone, usually heavily veined and shows lots of grains. It is heat-resistant and a highly decorative stone ranging in many colors including beautiful exotics. Slate is a cousin to marble and is great for shower stalls, floors and walls.
Onyx is a calcareous stone, formed by dissolving limestone and redeposit as a new kind of stone. It’s a strikingly dramatic stone that comes in pastel colors and swirling patterns. As a softer stone, it is best used as a backsplash or in lighter traffic applications. Its translucent property allows light to flow through it and can be back-lit for more dramatic effects.
Limestones, Travertines & Other Stones. Sedimentary stone came from organic elements such as glaciers, rivers, wind, oceans, and plants. Tiny sedimentary pieces broke off from these elements and accumulated to form rock beds. They were bonded through millions of years of heat and pressure. Click on each individual link to learn more about these unique stone.