Quality Countertops for Your Residential or Commercial Space

Norvell, Inc. offers a wide selection of countertop options and will help guide you to select the right one for your lifestyle and space.

Quartz: Silestone, Cambria & VICOSTONE

Quartz countertops are fabricated using natural quartz, one of the hardest minerals on Earth. One of the key advantages of quartz is that it is a non-porous material, meaning it’s texture does not allow bacteria to grow and resists against stains. Quartz countertops never need to be sealed and are well known for being low maintenance and highly durable. A quartz countertop will bring character to your kitchen or bathroom while providing performance advantages.

Sold Surface: Corian® Solid Surface & Living Stone

Solid surface is a man-made material that resembles stone but can be more affordable and provide greater durability than a natural stone countertop. Solid surface is nonporous, which helps keep bacteria away, promoting a cleaner and more sanitary countertop. Solid-surface countertops also eliminate much of the hassle of upkeep. They're easy to repair, resist stains and scratches, and require little to no maintenance. Solid surface offers a wide variety of color and pattern options. Seams are fused together to create inconspicuous joints, which makes solid surface an attractive option for large or long sections of countertop. You can also get solid-surface sinks that match and create a seamless look.

Granite: Tuscan Stone

Granite is a commonly used material for countertops, known for adding stunning visual character while also being resilient. Granite is a natural rock that is cut in its natural state and then polished. Such a strong material is difficult to scratch and is resistant to temperature changes, but granite does require sealant and maintenance after each use is suggested.

Laminate: Formica & Wilsonart

Laminate countertops offer a stylish look at an affordable price. Today’s laminate countertop designs are available in a wide variety of colors, textures and patterns, ranging from options that resemble natural stone to ones that mimick the appearance of stainless steel. The result is a clean and finished surface that won't put a huge strain on your budget.