Quartz Countertops in Van Nuys, Los Angeles

Top quality quartz countertops, tiles and slabs for your home project at affordable prices.

Los Angeles Quartz Countertops & Slabs

Stone Master takes pride in the wide range of stone countertops options available for your kitchen/bathroom countertops project. If we don’t have the material on-site that you desire, we will locate the specific type, color, and style for you. Materials are customized and installed promptly and within your budget. If you’re unsure about what will fit and what are your needs and style, one of our specialists will be glad to assist you in selecting appropriate materials best suited for the job.

With us, you’ll find Quartz Countertops & Slabs. Quartz is one of the most common minerals in the Earth’s crust, and is found in all forms of rock, and is physically and chemically resistant to weathering. Also, a concrete slab is a common structural element of modern buildings, consisting of a flat, horizontal surface made of cast concrete

Types of Quartz Countertops - Pros and Cons

Choosing a type of countertop can be a dilemma you might have to face sooner or later, and if you’re blank respecting these materials, then we will tell you here the Pros and Cons of Quartz Countertops.


Easy to maintain

Quartz counters are nonporous, which means they are protected against stains, spilled liquids such as coffee, tea, and even oil. All this means that this type of countertops doesn’t need constant sealing, as natural granite, and marble will require.

Attractive, durable and safe

A quartz countertop isn’t all crafted out of entirely natural material, so it usually has a more uniform appearance, and their durability is equal to that of concrete or granite. Quartz countertops don’t harbor bacteria or viruses and won’t crack as easily.


You can damage them

Yes, quartz counters can be extremely durable, but they’re not perfect. Once they’re damaged, they’re impossible to repair. If you want to keep them in good conditions you should, for example, place trivets and hot pads on top of them to prevent them from potential heat damage. Using cutting boards is also a must.

Hefty price tag

If what you want is to magically find a bargain when buying your quartz countertop, then we’re sorry.  It may happen, but possibilities are minimum. Yes, quartz counters are manufactured, but it has many varieties that are heavy and hard to cut, meaning that professional installation and seams are part of the “combo.”

Natural Quartz

Also known as pure quartz and traditionally called rock crystal or clear quartz. Natural quartz is colorless or translucent and is often used for hardstone carvings. “Natural quartz countertops are often called engineered countertops because they are fabricated from natural silicon dioxide and synthetic materials. Loose quartz makes up about 93 percent of the material.”

Prefab Quartz

Prefab Quartz is easier to install and more affordable than custom slabs. If you choose prefab quartz, you will still be able to enjoy the quality, durability, and added value of standard countertops. However, prefab quartz is not one-size fits all. You need to choose well as they don’t fit everywhere.

Custom Quartz

Your dream kitchen can be a dream come true if you choose to get custom quartz. At Stone Master we care about the style you want with the items you desire; if you can’t find the quartz counter of your liking, then you can ask us for the exact color, or special appearances you’re looking for.

Quartz vs Marble Counters

Choosing the perfect countertop is no easy task, as you have to consider a wide amount of factors so it can work wonders in your kitchen and make your environment a more harmonious one. Check the pros and cons of buying quartz and marble countertops next:


  • Quartz is a man-made, engineered product of natural stone fused with polymer resin. A fact that makes it so popular and incredibly beautiful.
  • If we could say one thing about quartz is that is less expensive than classic marble, ranging in price from $40.00 – 100 per square foot, while marble can range in price from $50 – 150 per square foot.
  • Quartz is what you need to choose if you’re seeking consistency, as they’re uniform in color and pattern. Also, quartz mimics the look of natural stone.
  • There is a type of quartz that looks a lot like marble, and it’s called Calacatta Quartz or Carrara Quartz. You don’t need to be as strict with the maintenance as you would with actual marble.


  • Classic marble is and always will be a timeless beauty that won’t disappoint you. Elegance is what makes it stand out above all other countertops materials.
  • Marble is a natural limestone or dolomite rock that attracts the eye of many.
  • Marble countertops increase your home’s value so that you can see it as an investment in the future.

Quartz vs Granite Counters


  • Quartz is as strong as granite but is more flexible, which means they don’t chip or crack easily.
  • Quartz is non-porous and does not require any sealing. Also, they’re stain-resistant. All it takes is a quick cleanup.
  • Quartz can decolor if exposed directly to sunlight, but if not, the color stays intact. Seams are less visible if you choose a dark color.


  • Granite is not uniform, and even though you may think that this is a drawback, for many, it is a great feature, as it gives homes or spaces an original touch.
  • Granite countertops are extremely durable, although it can be damaged if abused. But if they’re properly maintained, they can last a lifetime.
  • Seams are more noticeable in granite, but a good fabricator can make them hard to spot.

Quartz Counter Tops Colors

Absolute Night
Quartz Calcutta
Quartz Octave
Sparkling White

Quartz Countertops Showroom

Visit our beautiful showroom in Van Nuys, Los Angeles for the right quartz countertop that fit your needs. Remember that we will try to make your dream come true and that no matter your product choice, the quality of the products is impeccable.

Stone Master Marble & Granite Inc

15747 Strathern St, Van Nuys, CA 91406

Working Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM