When you’re searching for a wide variety of materials for commercial office countertops near Palo Alto, you’re sure to love the selection at Artistic Stone! We offer the largest color selection of granite, marble, quartz, quartzite, and porcelain countertops in the Bay Area. With prefabricated and custom options, and over 100 colors to choose from, you’re sure to find something that will fit your taste and budget perfectly. When you work with us, we handle all the details, including design, templating, fabrication, and countertop installation. Plus, our countertop installations are backed by a 2-year warranty! Visit us today at our Mountain View or San Leandro showroom to get started on your project.
As professional countertop installers, we have experience working with commercial clients in the restaurant, hospitality, and retail industries, as well as providing countertop installation for offices and apartment buildings. After deciding whether your project would be best suited for prefabricated or custom countertops, one of the most important decisions you’ll need to make is which material you’d like to use. Each of them has its benefits, although some may work better for some purposes than others. Our team would be happy to make recommendations based on your needs and aesthetic requirements.
Some of the most popular choices for commercial office countertops are granite and quartz. These materials offer both rugged durability and beauty – the best of both worlds! They hold up well in high-traffic areas and are easy to clean and maintain. One difference between the two is that granite requires periodic sealing, whereas quartz doesn’t. Both materials are also available in a wide range of colors and patterns, making it easy to find one that fits well with your existing aesthetics. Since quartz is an engineered stone (composed of 93% quartz mineral and 7% polymer resins and pigments) it offers the greatest variety of visual choice out of our materials. Quartz can be manufactured to look many ways, from solid colors or dappling to patterns that mimic the appearance of marble.