For a wide selection of beautiful commercial office countertops near Campbell, visit Artistic Stone! We offer the largest color selection of prefabricated and custom countertops in the Bay Area. With over 100 colors of granite, marble, quartz, and quartzite to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect material for your countertop installation. Our pricing is very competitive, and our one-stop shopping makes your project streamlined and hassle-free. We handle all the details, from design to installation, and back our work with a 2-year warranty. Stop by our San Leandro or Mountain View showroom today!
Professional Countertop Installation from an Experienced Team
Our team has extensive experience installing commercial office countertops for a wide range of industries. From retail to medical offices, we make every step of your countertop installation easy. One of the most important decisions you’ll need to make is the type of material you’d like. Depending on the use, some materials may be preferable over others. For many of our commercial customers, granite and quartz tend to be ideal choices. Both materials are durable and easy to clean and maintain. This makes them perfect for areas that may receive high traffic, like break rooms or kitchens.
Quartz and granite both come in a wide variety of colors and patterns that look stunning in any interior. Since quartz is an engineered stone (made of 93% quartz mineral and 7% polymer resins and pigments) it offers the greatest variety of visual choices. It can be manufactured to look similar to other types of stone or even solid colors. Unlike granite, quartz doesn’t need to be sealed. It’s also non-porous, which makes it naturally resistant to bacterial growth – another bonus for commercial office countertops! Our knowledgeable team is happy to work with you to find the perfect material for your project. We can also help you decide between prefabricated countertops or custom slabs. While custom slabs are better for some projects, most of our customers choose prefabricated countertops. They’re of the same quality and typically cost 30-40% less.