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Stonequarters
Countertops, LLC

"Satisfaction, set in stone."

About StoneQuarters

"Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it."

Michelangelo

Located in Sumter, South Carolina, StoneQuarters Countertops LLC was established in May of 2007. With over 20 years of combined experience owners Zach Hicks and Douglas Barrineau take pride in the quality of their work and the satisfaction of their customers.

Office Hours

Monday-Friday | 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday | 9:00am – 1:00pm
After hours appointments available.
Installs & Estimates:
Monday-Friday by appointment


What We Offer

Granite

  • Ideal countertop surface
  • Hardest of all stone countertop material
  • Large selection of colors
  • Highly resistant to heat, scratching, and staining
  • Thickness: 3cm and 2cm. We recommend 3cm because its structural integrity is superior to that of 2cm.
  • Weight: 3cm weighs 21lbs-24lbs per sqft & 2cm weighs about 15lbs per sqft
FAQs
Can I put hot objects on granite?

Yes, granite is very resistant to heat. This is why granite is ideal for kitchens.

How do I know if my granite needs to be resealed?

One way to check would be to sprinkle water on to the surface, if the water soaks into the stone instead of beading up your granite needs to be resealed.

Will my granite have a seam?

If possible we try hard to avoid seams. However most kitchens will have a seam no matter how hard you try. Seam placement is determined by StoneQuarters.

Will my cabinets support granite?

Granite is a heavy product, but your cabinets are usually stronger than you think. When giving your free estimate we will make sure to check and see if your cabinets will be able to hold granite.

Can I cut on my granite countertops?

Yes, although it may dull your knives!

What is the difference in 2cm and 3cm granite?

2cm granite is  approximately 3/4″ thick and 3cm granite is approximately 1 3/16″ thick. We recommend 3cm granite for durable and aesthetic reasons.

Marble

  • Interior and Exterior Wall Cladding
  • Interior and Exterior Paving
  • Fireplace Facing and Hearth
  • Lavatory Tops
  • Residential & Commercial Counter Tops
  • Table Tops
  • Statuary
  • Novelty Items

Marble is a metamorphic rock. Its basic ingredient can be found everywhere from limestone to baking soda, from calcium carbonate to lime (white wash). The basic ingredient goes by many other names depending on its application and its form. Limestone, a sedimentary form of calcium, which is found naturally in the earth, undergoes intense heat and pressure within the earth to be formed into what we know as marble.

This rock can also be exposed to heat and grinding to become a filler ingredient for medications, writing paper, plaster of Paris, lime (white wash), and cement hardener. This means that marble, although beautiful and durable, is porous and very easily destroyed by any type of acid, heat, or water. Even with a seal coating applied religiously every year, no types of chemicals may be used to wash the countertops made from it. It cannot take much abuse from water, acids such as lemon or orange juice, or high heat from pans. These will all destroy the seal coating and the marble beneath.

Since marble is so porous, it is also easily stained. One single scratch can allow liquids or even oxidation from the air to leak under the seal coating and stain the marble. This doesn’t mean that it should not be used. Marble is ideal for use in low traffic areas or for sculpting amazing art out of. But for the high traffic use of a kitchen countertop, a floor, or a bathroom countertop, marble just means high maintenance.

Quartz

  • Third hardest material on the earth
  • Can be fabricated to look like granite or other natural stones such as limestone and marble
  • Manufactured in long, thick slabs that can be installed as one piece
  • Exceptionally hard, durable, and non porous
  • Does not require frequent resealing
  • Highly resistant to chips and dents
FAQs
What are natural quartz surfaces?

Natural quartz, or engineered stone, is a surface material consisting of 93% natural quartz and 7% resin. It is used primarily for kitchen and bath applications and requires less maintenance and is more durable than natural stone.

How does natural quartz compare to other countertop surfaces?

Natural quartz is one of the most durable, maintenance-free materials available. It is extremely stain, scratch, heat and bacteria resistant. It is also nonporous, which means it requires no sealants or waxes to retain its lustrous gloss.

Does natural quartz burn or stain?

Natural quartz has extraordinary strength and heat resistance, although caution should be used when transferring very hot items to its surface. Trivets or hot pads should be used to protect the finish. Natural quartz is nonporous and doesn’t absorb liquids, making it highly stain resistant.

Can you scratch or crack natural quartz?

Natural quartz is one of the strongest, hardest materials available. Under normal conditions, natural quartz does not chip, scratch or crack. It may, however, chip or crack if hit with a hammer or impact tool.


Edge Profiles

Pencil

Pencil

Eased

Eased

1/4 Bevel

1/4 Bevel

1/2 Bevel

1/2 Bevel

1/2 Bullnose

1/2 Bullnose

Full Bullnose

Full Bullnose

Ogee

Ogee

Demi-Bullnose

Demi-Bullnose


Sinks

40/60 Big Bowl Left

40/60 Big Bowl Left

40/60 Big Bowl Right

40/60 Big Bowl Right

50/50

50/50

Single

Single

Oval White

Oval White

Oval Black

Oval Black

Oval Biscuit

Oval Biscuit

Rectangle White

Rectangle White

Rectangle Black

Rectangle Black

Granite Composite 50/50

Granite Composite 50/50


Photos of Our Work

Please feel free take a look at examples of our work by browsing the featured images below, or clicking the button to see the full gallery. You can also click on the images to expand them and see larger sizes.

Why Choose Us

Customer Service & Satisfaction

Customer Service is our number one priority. Our owners, Zach Hicks and Doug Barrineau, take great pride in achieving 100% customer satisfaction.

Quality Stone, Fabrication Installation

The quality of our product is grade A, hand picked natural stone. We also offer all ranges of man made materials.

Free Estimates

Thinking of getting new countertops, but not sure about the cost? We will be happy to come measure and give you a price free of charge!

Flexible Hours

We are open 6 days a week. If our regular office hours are not convenient for you, we will be happy to set up an appointment.

Showroom

Our showroom shows the quality of our craftsmanship while allowing you to preview different sink and edge options.

Personal Slab Selection

Hand picking your own slab allows you to see the material in its entirety instead of choosing from a small sample.

What people say?

Installed my countertops and backsplash. Fantastic job. Am very, very happy with them! Got the kitchen of my dreams!

Brenda Jones.

What people say?

About 3 years ago Stonequarters Countertops installed counter tops in my kitchen. Love them and continue to get many compliments.

Mary Heriot.

What people say?

Zach is fantastic!

Crystal Reid .

What people say?

I think they are super great. Trust me, I work for them.

Alfred Lane.

What people say?

This company has outstanding service and prices. I have been very pleased with them.

Janet Walker Tucker.

What people say?

They are great at what they do. 3 times satisfied client.

Charlie Fossett.

Contact

Call Us
803.469.4222
Address
2910 Thomas Sumter Hwy
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