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Best Countertop Companies in Atlanta, GA

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Marietta, GA 30066 Rating

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4.7 (33)

Why choose this provider?

All South Granite is a Marietta business that serves Dunwoody, Woodstock, Buckhead, Atlanta, Roswell, Alpharetta, Atlanta, and surrounding areas. The business designs and installs marble and granite countertops and natural stone countertops. All South Granite also offers travertine, silestone, limestone, and Caesar stone. All South Granite is licensed, bonded, and insured. Customers remark on their conscientiousness, knowledge, prices, and customer service.

Palmetto, GA 30268 Rating

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4.6 (11)
5.0 (3)

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Amazon Stone is a Palmetto business that has been serving customers for over nine years. The business serves Atlanta, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Northern Florida, Alabama, and Georgia. The business manufactures and installs indoor and outdoor kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops, fireplace mantels and surrounds, fireplace surrounds, and bathroom tub surrounds. Amazon Stone uses stones such as limestone, granite, soapstone, and travertine. The business also provides flooring, tiling, remodeling, painting, and cabinetry. Customers appreciate their responsiveness, professionalism, quality of work, and customer service.

Duluth, GA 30096 Rating

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4.9 (24)
5.0 (4)

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TilesMax is a Duluth family-owned and operated business that serves residential and commercial customers in Johns Creek, Sandy Springs, Marietta, Norcross, Kennesaw, Cumming, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Dunwoody, Roswell, Lawrenceville, and surrounding areas. The business’ services include kitchen and bathroom remodeling, painting, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, and granite countertops. Other choices include stone, ceramic, porcelain, marble, and travertine. TilesMax also offers laminate and wood floors, swimming pool, fireplace, and patio tiling, grout cleaning and sealing, and re-caulking and re-grouting. TilesMax is fully insured and guarantees their work for up to five years.

Snellville, GA 30039 Rating

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5.0 (23)

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N-Motion Stone and Tile Restoration is a Snellville family-owned and operated business that serves Fayette, Paulding, South Fulton, Cherokee, Douglas, Cobb, Gwinnett, Forsyth, North Fulton, Clayton, Henry, Rockdale, and other areas. The business has been serving residential and commercial customers for over eight years. N-Motion Stone and Tile Restoration provides restoration services for showers, floors, and countertops, and tile and grout cleaning services. The business repairs cracks and chips and restores travertine, granite, onyx, limestone, and marble. N-Motion Stone and Tile Restoration is a member of the Marble Institute of America and a Certified Stone and Tile PRO partner. Customers appreciate their professionalism, workmanship, customer service, and knowledge.

Atlanta, GA 30336 Rating

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4.5 (28)
5.0 (2)

Why choose this provider?

ATM Granite & Marble, Inc. is an Atlanta business that has been serving customers for over 10 years. The business fabricates, prepares, and installs marble, limestone, Caesar stone, soapstone, granite, quartzite, and quartz surfaces for kitchens and bathrooms, and does not use subcontractors. The business also offers a variety of sinks. ATM Granite & Marble, Inc. serves designers, contractors, builders, and homeowners.

Norcross, GA 30092 Rating

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5.0 (6)

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Atlantis Granite & Marble, LLC is a Norcross business that serves Tucker, Marietta, Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Duluth, Buford, East Cobb, Roswell, Atlanta, Johns Creek, Suwanee, and other areas. The staff has over 39 years of combined experience. The business specializes in granite and marble countertops and also provides quartzite, quartz, and soapstone countertops. Atlantis Granite & Marble, LLC won Kudzu’s Best Of in 2014, 2015, and 2016 and is a member of associations such as the Johns Creek Business Association. The business serves customers Monday to Saturday. Customers appreciate their professionalism and customer service.

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All South Granite
Amazon Stone
N-Motion Stone and Tile Restoration
ATM Granite & Marble, Inc.
Atlantis Granite & Marble, LLC


  • Introduction

    Installing or replacing countertops can have a huge impact on the appearance, décor, and atmosphere of your kitchen. But with so many options, choosing a countertop material can be overwhelming. The various materials commonly used provide differing benefits and disadvantages. Narrow your choices by comparing cost, value, versatility, maintenance, durability, and appeal. Get the answers to some key questions about countertops to help you make an informed decision.

  • What are options for countertops?

    Options for countertop materials are vast. The most well-known are laminate, ceramic tile, quartz, marble, wood, granite slab, modular granite, and stainless steel. There are also lesser-known materials that are still quite popular, offering a unique flair. Some examples are bamboo, zinc, soapstone, and slate. Synthetic solid surface materials designed to mimic the appearance of natural stone are another option.

    Some homeowners and builders opt for concrete countertops. It’s an unusual material choice that requires custom craftsmanship. But, the results can be beautiful and durable. Think of stamped concrete patios. Poured concrete can be tailored to any shape or size, and coloring, texturing, and polishing the material can creates a gorgeous look.

    Recycled glass slabs or glass tiles are a recent trend that embraces sustainability. However, the slabs are expensive and hard to acquire, while the tiles are easy to find and install, but fragile.
  • How do you clean countertops by material?

    Here's how to clean various countertop materials:

    •  Granite: Use liquid dish soap, warm water, and a soft sponge to wash granite countertops. Apply rubbing alcohol periodically as a disinfectant.
    •  Quartz: Clean up spills quickly to avoid staining. Wash daily with soap and water. Use Windex and a nonabrasive pad for tough jobs. Soak for 10 minutes, if necessary. Remove grease with a degreaser that's safe for quartz.
    •  Marble: Protect marble surfaces with monthly applications of spray sealant. Apply sudsy hot water with a sponge or soft cloth for routine washing. Use mild soaps or detergents.
    •  Formica: Dish soap, Windex, baking soda, and mild household cleaners are safe to use for washing Formica countertops. A microfiber cloth works best. Clean seams with a soft toothbrush.
    •  Wood: Wash butcher block countertops with soap and water immediately after use. Apply mineral oil monthly, and avoid vinegar.

  • What is the most expensive countertop material?

    Marble is typically the most expensive countertop material. The price ranges from approximately $75 to $250 per square foot. Maintenance is also costly. Pricing for quartz and stainless steel countertops starts at around $80 to $100, but usually doesn’t exceed $150 per square foot.

  • How do you install butcher block countertops?

    Butcher block countertop installation requires a circular saw, a drill, clamps, a sander, utility knife, measuring tape, and miscellaneous installation supplies. Measure and cut the wood block to size. Attach it to the cabinets with clamps, glue, braces, and wood screws. Sand the surface and finish with an oil application.

  • Can you paint countertops?

    Yes. In fact, a few coats of paint can transform kitchen and bathroom countertops. Choose paint formulated for your specific countertop material, such as laminate, ceramic tile, cultured marble, Corian, or butcher block. Properly cleaning and prepping the surface before painting is essential for a successful outcome.

  • What is the effect of oven cleaner on countertops?

    Oven cleaner chemicals are too strong for common countertop materials. It erodes the varnish coating on butcher block counters, leading to water damage. Permanent discoloration and fading are possible on granite, quartz, and Formica. It eats away at tile finishes and grout. Stainless steel fares the best, but may be stained.