Our Wide Selection of Countertop Stone Types

Our Wide Selection of Countertop Stone Types

At WS Granite Tops, we offer a wide variety of countertops stone types. We’re proud of what’s in our showroom, so let’s jump right into the options you’ll find.


For many, granite is the number-one choice due to its attractive nature, durability, and lasting power.

Granite is known for being scratch resistant and incredibly hard. Another great aspect of this countertop is its heat resistance—you don’t have to worry about heat damage with granite.

Since it’s a natural, porous stone, granite does need to be sealed regularly. But the simple routine is worth it for the amazing result.


Marble can be used for many different applications, but all it asks for is a bit more maintenance than your average natural stone.

Since marble is soft and porous, it requires a sealing routine and also extreme caution with acidic substances.

Marble has the power to add a great air of beauty to any room; it just needs a bit of love and care.


Quartz is a nonporous engineered stone, so it doesn’t need to be sealed.

Quartz is very scratch resistant, but it doesn’t hold up against heat in the same way that natural stones do. That’s because of the resins in its composition—since they’re a type of plastic, you should always use a hot pad when handling hot items.


Quartzite often gets mistaken for marble because the two stones look so similar. But unlike marble, quartzite doesn’t involve a high degree of maintenance.

Its upkeep level mimics those of granite, so if you want the look of a high-class stone but aren’t interested in putting in the time and effort marble requires, then quartzite is for you.


Porcelain is a hard, durable engineered stone. It’s known for its stain resistance and heat resistance, so it has no problem handling the everyday wear and tear of a busy household.

This stone comes in a wide variety of colors and designs, making it the perfect option for any kitchen. It’s also incredibly easy to clean; all you have to do is wipe it down with a soft cloth, soap, and water, and you’re good to go.


Travertine is a durable and elegant material that has a naturally weathered look. You can find it in colors like ivory, gold, beige, brown, rust, and peach, and the color typically waves throughout the stone and creates unique patterns.

Travertine is very durable, though not as durable as granite. It’s not likely to scratch, and it can even weather the elements when used as an outdoor countertop.


Onyx is a natural stone that stands out because of its pastel hues. It can last up to a hundred years when it’s cared for correctly, which is a good thing—because it’s a rare stone.

Onyx countertops require dedication and maintenance, since they are made of a soft material. They must be sealed, as granite, marble, and quartzite do, but if you have the time to take care of them, they are a beautiful investment.


Limestone is a natural stone that can add warmth and luxury to your space. It has a classic and timeless appearance that blends with all sorts of design choices, so it’s a great choice if you’re looking for something that will never go out of style.

Limestone is known for its durability and heat resistance, and it’s also less expensive than other natural stone options.


Dolomite is an extremely hard material that is heat resistant and scratch resistant, but that doesn’t mean it’s scratch proof.

This countertop stone type is likely to last for decades if it’s taken care of correctly, and it’s less absorbent and reactive to acids than marble. But even still, it will react to acids to a certain degree—so keep these substances away from your countertop.

As do most other natural stones, dolomite needs to be sealed regularly.

Choosing Your Countertop

As you can see, we offer all kinds of countertops at WS Granite Tops. Get in touch with us to schedule a tour of our showroom today!

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