Greenwood, IN Countertop Company

Countertop Company Near Greenwood, IN

When it comes to enhancing the look and functionality of your kitchen or bathroom, nothing quite compares to the elegance and durability of custom countertops. At Peak Stone Company, we specialize in creating custom countertops using a variety of materials, including granite, quartz, marble, quartzite, and porcelain. Our team of experienced professionals is equipped with the knowledge and resources necessary to create stunning countertops that cater to your specific needs and style preferences.

To get started, we highly advise visiting one of our Greenwood, IN locations and consulting with our professional Stone Consultants. They will walk you through the process of understanding the different types of stone, to selecting a piece that works and scheduling your installation dates.

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Our Materials

When selecting a countertop material, it’s essential to consider your personal style, durability, maintenance requirements, and budget. Our Stone Consultant will go over the specifics of each stone material and show you large-format stone samples on location. Ultimately, the material you select should match your lifestyle and style preferences while staying within your budget.

Our Process

Just like our stones, every person that comes into our showrooms is unique. They have their own style, taste, and personal preference. Due to this, we have a very personable approach to our countertop projects. We’re very focused on making sure each customer is taken care of. That’s why we have Stone Consultants on hand to walk you through the process of stone selection and installation from start to finish to ensure you are taken care of every step of the way.

Meet with a Stone Consultant in Our Showroom!

At Peak Stone, we are dedicated to making sure our customers get exactly what they envision for their homes. That’s why we are taking our consultations directly into your home where we can learn about your design preferences to better understand you, our customer.

details about the difference of granite, quartz and other stone products

** Although engineered quartz is heat resistant, the resin content makes it more susceptible for potential heat damage. 

View our stone gallery below to find a
stone and style that fits your need.