Our collection of porcelain countertops is popular with homeowners due to the material’s beauty and durability. Available in a variety of finishes, sizes, and colors, porcelain can help create the perfect look for your home.

Porcelain is a versatile and elegant material that is perfect for any home. Made of 100% natural, clay-based raw materials and fired at high temperatures, porcelain is highly resistant to scratches, stains, and heat. It is also non-porous, which means it is resistant to bacteria and easy to clean and maintain. Read our blog to learn more about the advantages of purchasing a porcelain countertop.

Why Porcelain Countertops?

Porcelain countertops offer great customization and flexibility in design. The countertops come in a wide range of colors, patterns, and finishes, allowing you to create a unique and personalized look for your home. From matte finishes to glossy surfaces, there’s an option for every style and preference. Our team of experts specializes in the installation of porcelain countertops, ensuring a seamless and precise fit. We work with you to select the perfect color and style to complement your home’s design.

Contact us today to schedule your consultation and see how we can transform your home with this unique and versatile material! 


Frequently Asked Questions About Porcelain Countertops

Are porcelain countertops durable?

Porcelain countertops are lighter than quartz, which makes them susceptible to cracking in rare situations. However, in most cases, porcelain is nearly indestructible and lasts over time.

What is the cost of porcelain countertops?

The installation prices are slightly different due to the extensive fabrication of porcelain countertops, but otherwise, they are similar to quartz. The average cost for porcelain is roughly between $120-$150 per square foot.

Are porcelain countertops easy to maintain?

Perhaps the biggest reason many homeowners decide to go with porcelain is that they are easy to clean with ordinary household cleaners. They also don’t need to be buffed or polished to maintain their finish.