Of all the countertop materials available to you, none will enhance the overall value of your home like natural stone. Every block pulled from the earth has its own mineral color, veining, and speckles, brought vividly to life by stoneworkers’ saws and polishing wheels. Whether you select a wildly colorful quartzite, a classic white marble, a royal-blue granite, or a beige limestone embedded with fossilized seashells, it will be as distinctive as an original work of art.


We have a large variety of Natural Stone products to match every style and desired look.

We carry the largest inventory of marble, limestone, travertine, granite, and quartzite slabs of any fabricator and most slab yards in the San Antonio area, including hard to find and unique marbles and limestone from overseas. We invite you to learn more about the many natural stone materials we offer.


Granite is defined as a coarse-grained igneous rock composed mostly of quartz, alkali feldspar, and plagioclase. It forms from magma with a high content of silica and alkali metal oxides that slowly cools and solidifies underground.


Marble is a metamorphic rock that forms when limestone is subjected to the heat and pressure of metamorphism. It is composed primarily of the mineral calcite (CaCO3), otherwise known as calcium carbonate, and usually contains other minerals, such as clay, micas, quartz, pyrite, iron oxides, and graphite.


Dolomite is an anhydrous carbonate of calcium magnesium carbonate (CaMg(CO3)2). This class of stone is closely related to marble and limestone in its’ constituency but has an added mineral to make it uniquely different, namely, Magnesium. While it is considered marble, the addition of the Magnesium in dolomite enhances scratch resistance, heat resistance and staining and etching resistance.


Quartzite is a non-foliated metamorphic rock composed almost entirely of quartz. It forms when a quartz-rich sandstone is altered by the heat, pressure, and chemical activity of metamorphism. Metamorphism recrystallizes the sand grains and the silica cement that binds them together. The result is a network of interlocking quartz grains of incredible strength.


Onyx is naturally formed from calcite in caves around the world when water drips and evaporates from the ends of stalagmites and stalactites. Once it evaporates, it leaves behind traces of minerals and calcium carbonate which causes its intricate bands of varying colors. The bands of color are produced with alternating silica minerals – quartz and morganite – and leave behind bands that lie parallel to one another.


A metamorphic rock that consists primarily of talc with varying amounts of other minerals such as micas, chlorite, amphiboles, pyroxenes, and carbonates. It is a soft, dense, heat-resistant rock that has a high specific heat capacity.


Limestone is a sedimentary stone comprised mostly of decayed fish bones formed at the bottom of an ancient seabed. Over geologic time its Calcium Carbonate grains were compacted together enough to create the stone we know as limestone. Here as well, other mineral inclusions and binders give each limestone variety its unique coloration.


Travertine is a terrestrial sedimentary rock, formed by the precipitation of carbonate minerals from solution in ground and surface waters, or geothermally heated hot-springs.