Granite Countertops in Philadelphia, PA

Stone Masters is the Philadelphia region's premier stone fabricator offering the highest level of service and the most advanced technology. There are bigger and there are cheaper fabricators, but there are none better.

We are all-digital when making your template. We take that digital template and offer a Digital Slab Layout (DSLO) so you can personally position the templated pieces upon your slabs to see the grain matching before it is cut. We can do this across multiple slabs. Then, pieces are cut with an all-digital 50,000 PSI water-jet. When it comes to creating a seam, other fabricators can not compete, because of the seam preparation and the technology we use comes together with an exclusive technique of triple milling the seam edges for the tightest possible seam.

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Our own in house slab yard give us tremendous quality advantages by offering stone that has been hand selected for quality and backs up your job with additional material on site should a piece break during fabrication. See our current inventory of granite, marble, soapstone, and quartzite slabs and know that we have a dedicated quartz selection center like none other in the region.

Our inventory, quality process, warranty and satisfaction guarantee makes Stone Masters the best value in stone countertops. Read the reviews on Houzz or Google and you will find it is not just our opinion saying so.

Granite Countertops add beauty and value to any home. They are functional and easy to maintain. That is why granite has been the most popular choice year after year. Our Kitchen Process will walk you through the five easy steps to get granite installed in your kitchen.

For marble and granite Philadelphia's favorite high quality fabricator is Stone Masters Inc. When it comes to price and value, we offer packages for granite countertops that include a sink and faucet. We have a video that will help you avoid common mistakes and a Countertop Learning Center to assist you with the most frequently asked questions. All of our stone is on display in our well lit indoor stone yard!

We offer tile bundles for back-splash which are priced as a "flat rate" per kitchen back-splash. The price only depends upon the pattern and options you choose. Think of Stone Masters when you think marble and granite Philadelphia's finest fabricator and tile setters.

Marble and Granite

Articles about use and care will help you to understand what it takes to maintain that just installed look and offer advice and insights about sealing natural stone Understanding where stone comes from and how it is quarried and turned into a counter-top might help you understand how it comes to your home and what affects the cost of granite. From Quarry to Kitchen is a slide show to demonstrate these essential steps to marble and granite in Philadelphia.

The names of granites are frequently changed by the importers processors and fabricators. This makes it difficult to shop for granite by name. 

When redoing a bathroom a granite vanity is a great choice of materials and adds value to any home. Granite also makes the ideal material for a bar counter-top and is very popular for a basement bar.

If you are shopping for marble and granite Philadelphia homeowners and contractors alike, owe it to themselves to make the trip to Kennett Square for the most outstanding quality and value in the region.

The Six Key Questions Before Buying Countertops

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The Countertop Learning Center

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20 Year Stain Warranty Sealer

20 Year Stain Protection for $299.

This warrants your natural stone for less than $15 per year, against stains!

What to avoid when selecting slabs/fabricator

What to avoid when selecting slabs fabricator


What to look for when selecting slabs/fabricator

what to look for when selecting slabs fabricator

Stone Types

Granite is hard and dense. As such, it is naturally scratch, etch and stain resistant. That makes it suitable for use in kitchens, bathrooms, wet and dry locations. Granite is stable and not overly sensitive to heat and that makes it suitable for fireplace applications.

Marble is soft and vulnerable to scratching, staining and etching and is most suitable for use in bathrooms. It can be used in kitchens but extra care should be taken to maintain its appearance.

Quartz is manmade from natural minerals including quartz plus resins and pigments. It is very hard and both stain, etch and scratch resistant. It is vulnerable to heat damage as is not recommend for fireplace applications

Quartzite is a natural stone that is very hard and therefore scratch and stain resistant. It can be used anywhere granite is used.

Soapstone is softer than marble and can scratch easily, but can also be sanded and repaired with no special tools or skills. Soapstone is very heavy and dense and completely non-porous therefore very stain resistant and handles heat like no other stone so it is suitable in kitchens, baths, fireplace and both wet and dry locations.

Slate is harder than marble and soapstone and almost non-porous but NOT recommended for wet locations as water can get between the layers and cause separation and warping.

Chipping, All stones can and will chip if impacted hard enough. The really hard stones are actually more prone to chipping as the material is so hard it is brittle and may chip. Chipping is most evident around a sink.

Competitors will claim that certain stones are quartzites to aid them in sales. The stones are actually marble or dolomite, pretending they are quartzite makes easier sales. While they are beautiful, they are very vulnerable to etching. Test a sample for yourself using a few drops of lemon juice. If the surface etches........You know it contains calcite and is not going to perform like a granite or quartzite at all.