Dix Hills Countertops

Dix Hills Quartzite Countertops Kitchen is complete.

Our Custom in Dix Hills Quartzite Countertops is excited about the new Kitchen. Below we detail the various aspects of this project.

White Quartzite Countertops:

Quartzite is a naturally occurring metamorphic rock. Quartzite is created when sandstone is subjected to extreme heat and pressure caused by tectonic plate compression in the crust of the earth. The stone is mined from the earth and cut into slabs which are then cut to become countertops in your home. The countertops are polished and sealed.

Dix Hills Countertops Quartzite Long Island

Eased edge in Dix Hills New York

Eased edges are great for all kitchens, any tight corners or narrow walkways. They are slightly rounded on the  corners and edges for safety and comfort, while still having flat, smooth sides. Eased edges are a very popular and less expensive choice for the modern or traditional kitchen. Eased edge works with any counter material, and their rounded edges help prevent chips.  
Dix Hills Countertops white Quartzite Long Island

Custom Countertops Undermount Sink:

Undermount sinks have several advantages over a drop-in sinks. They are installed underneath the countertop surface, No ridge on the sink top . An undermount sink has a more modern appearance, increases counter space, makes cleaning easier and allows more options for choosing where your faucet is placed.

Mackson Marble & Granite is one of the largest importers and distributors of premium quality Granite, Marble & Onyx slabs & tiles in the New York Metropolitan/Long Island area. We have strategic partnerships with exclusive quarries giving us direct access to the finest exotic natural stones known to exist in nature.

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Professional Countertop Installation

Our installers deliver these custom countertops to your project location. they are highly trained in how to transport the materials and safely install in your home or office. Manipulating these large stone slabs is an art that takes years to master. The installation process typically takes less that one day depending on the size and complexity of the countertops. 

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