New custom countertops can instantly add beauty, charm, and functionality to any room.
When you need new granite or quartz countertops for your kitchen or bathroom, count on the countertop fabricators and installers at Bath, Kitchen & Tile Center. We can help you choose the perfect brand, material, and color for your space and match it expertly to other features of your kitchen like cabinets and flooring. Whether you want to install your new countertops yourself or have us do the heavy lifting, we’re here to help!
At Bath, Kitchen & Tile Center, we’re experts in countertop fabrication and installation. We custom-fabricate every countertop to fit your kitchen or bathroom’s unique shape, which means all the work is done in-house. You only have to deal with one company for design, supply, and installation (if you choose), which means less stress and frustration for you!
Read about the countertops we offer below, or visit one of our showrooms today to see the materials in person!
Since we do all of our countertop fabrication in-house, we can provide you premium quality countertops without relying on subcontractors.
Because we cut out the middle man, your custom countertops can be made from the best materials at a much lower cost. We can also produce the countertops much faster.
Most importantly, we are able to guarantee the quality of each and every countertop that leaves our doors.
Cambria is the gold standard of quartz countertops. With state-of-the-art facilities, unsurpassed color innovation, and the exceptional work ethic of experienced employee teams, Cambria has quickly become an industry leader.
Cambria countertops are both an environmentally friendly and exquisite option for your home. As part of their mission to keep their impact on the environment minimal, Cambria has been honored by GREENGUARD Environmental Institute for their impressive indoor air quality standards with low chemical and particle emissions.
Corian® Quartz (formerly Zodiaq® Quartz) was one of the first quartz surfaces on the market in 2000. Engineered with pure quartz crystals, quartz countertops from Corian® Design let you bring the best of both worlds—nature and science—to your kitchen, bath, and throughout your home. Corian Quartz is easy to clean, sustainable, and beautiful.
According to the Marble Institute of America, granite has long been used as an exterior cladding and pavement material, and its inherent strength, abrasion resistance, and superior weathering durability are likely to keep it one of the preeminent material selections available to architects and homeowners.
Bath, Kitchen & Tile Center’s Newark manufacturing division fabricates granite countertops for kitchens, bathrooms, offices, and other rooms. Our indoor slab selection yard features over 70 stones in stock, including rare exotics. Our outdoor remnant yard is home to hundreds of granite and quartz remnants offered at an incredible discount and perfect for bathroom countertops, laundry room countertops, kitchen islands, and small kitchen floor plans. The region’s top craftsmen will template, fabricate, and install the granite countertop of your dreams!
Corian®, invented by DuPont in the mid-1960s, is the original solid surface. Durable and practical, it is often used to create countertops, but it can also be used for wall cladding, furniture, lighting, and many other applications. The latest translucent, bas-relief surfaces and Acinella vanity bowls push imagination to the peak!
Corian® also meets the international Greenguard standard, proving its low level of VOC (volatile organic compound) creates minimal impact to indoor air quality—and it comes with an exclusive 10-year warranty.
Wilsonart Laminate is fun, affordable, and easy to maintain—and it looks terrific too! And no matter your budget or style, you will find a Wilsonart Laminate product to fit your needs.
Wilsonart International was founded as a producer of high-pressure decorative laminate in 1956 on the promise to deliver laminate anywhere in the United States in 10 days or less. To ensure this, the company purchased and still maintains its own fleet of delivery trucks, as well as a warehouse system now consisting of 20 facilities. There are more than 100 distributors across the country.
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