Granite Vanity Tops

​Custom Granite and Quartz Vanity Tops

Fabrication and installation

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If you are remodeling your bathroom, we will help you with vanity tops, backsplashes, tub surrounds and even full  stone shower wall cladding to create an amazing shower!

You can save money by selecting from hundreds of remnant stone pieces in stock to make custom made granite or quartz bathroom tops.

At Factory Plaza, we guarantee competitive rates and personal customer service.

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Granite vanity tops are favored for their longevity and effortless upkeep, offering a versatile surface available in a range of colors, styles, dimensions, and finishes.

Quartz vanity tops are an excellent choice because they come in an array of colors and are resistant to stains and moisture. Moreover, they do not need sealing, making them even more convenient.

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When deciding between natural stone and quartz for vanity tops, several factors come into play:

  • Cost: Natural stones like granite or marble can be less expensive than quartz, which is engineered. However, the prices can vary depending on the quality, source, and rarity of the natural stone chosen.
  • Appearance: Natural stone offers a unique, one-of-a-kind appearance due to its natural variations in patterns and colors. Quartz, on the other hand, provides a more consistent look and comes in a broader range of colors since it is manufactured.
  • Maintenance: Natural stones, especially porous ones like marble, may require regular sealing to prevent stains and damage. Quartz is non-porous, making it resistant to staining and thus requiring less maintenance.
  • Durability: Both materials are durable, but quartz is often lauded for its resistance to scratches, stains, and impacts. Natural stones can be more prone to chipping or cracking if not treated with care.
  • Eco-friendliness: If environmental concerns are a priority, consider the source of the natural stone and the distance it traveled, which contributes to its carbon footprint. Quartz is engineered, often using a mix of natural quartz and resins, but the processes involved in its creation can be energy-intensive.
  • Color Matching: As you integrate the vanity top into your bathroom, ensure the color and pattern align with the existing aesthetics. While natural stone has innate variations, which can add to its charm, quartz offers more predictable and consistent colors and patterns.

Before finalizing your choice, it’s crucial to consider these differences in context with your preferences, the bathroom’s design, and your budget. Visiting a showroom or consulting with a specialist can also provide more insights into what might work best for your space.