Minnesota Countertops


Minnesota Countertops

Weigh Your Options

Paramount will help educate you on the pros & cons of a variety of natural stone so you, as the consumer, can make the best choice.

Granite in Minneapolis


By far the most popular stone for natural countertops.
Marble in Minneapolis


Among the most beautiful stones on the market today, most commonly used for bathroom vanities and fireplace surrounds.
Soapstone in Minneapolis


Tends to be light grey in appearance and darkens with age. If you are looking for an aged or weathered look for your countertops, sink, or fireplace surround, this may be a great option.
Caesarstone in Minneapolis


Caesarstone is a good option for consumers looking for consistency for vanity tops, kitchen countertops, etc.
Dupont Zodiaq

Corian Quartz (formerly Dupont Zodiaq)

Corian is comprised of 93% pure quartz crystals and a proprietary binder. For those consumers looking for a consistent, durable alternative to natural stone, Corian is a great option.
Silestone in Minneapolis

Silestone offers a sophisticated elegance and look all its own. It is comprised of 93% natural quartz has a distinctive depth,and clarity.
Hanstone in Minneapolis


HanStone™ is an innovative product that combines natural quartz, with high quality polymer resin and pigment to produce a durable and luxurious stone surface.
Difiniti in Minneapolis


DIFINITI™ provides a uniform and consistent color, which works well for those comsumers interested in eliminating conflicting grains, veins, or movement. It is comprised of 93% quartz, granite or recycled glass held together with a pigmented binder.<
Viaterai in Minneapolis


Viatera® quartz countertops are comprised of 93% quartz and are made in the USA. Viatera® is designed to stand up to the demands of daily life and does not require regular application of sealants or waxes. I have added a picture to also use.
Viaterai in Minneapolis

Q Quartz

Q Premium Natural Quartz is a natural quartz surface made by an optimal fusion of quartz and resin materials. Q is naturally beautiful yet incredibly durable. Treated and pressed, natural quartz stone is one of nature’s hardest minerals.