Kitchen & Bathroom Countertops

Stone Countertops in Raleigh, NC

Raleigh NC Granite, Quartz, Marble, Quartzite

Whether you are looking for Granite, Quartz, Marble, or Quartzite, Yeshua Cornerstone is here to help you find the right material for your home remodeling projects. From natural stones to engineered stones, we can help answer any questions you may have and provide you with the highest quality materials so that your new countertops last for decades to come. 

Marble countertop project in Raleigh, NC.
White marble countertop with beautiful veining in Raleigh, NC.
Island marble countertop for kitchen remodeling project in Raleigh, NC.


Granite countertops are a fabulous addition to any home or space and is where luxury meets practicality in perfect harmony. Truly, granite is one of the best solutions for kitchen, bathroom, and outdoor countertops today.

Granite is a superhero of countertop materials and provides the durability to hold up against scratches, heat, stains, and more. Granite is an all natural stone and provides a timeless look for any kitchen. Learn more about granite countertops and what they can do for your home.

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Grey stone granite countertop sample in Raleigh, NC show room.
Beautiful white and grey quartz stone countertop in Raleigh, NC show room.


Quartz has become an extremely popular countertop option over the last few years and is still very popular here in Raleigh in 2023. This is a man-made engineered stone that is very hard material and has countless options of styles, colors, and patterns to choose from. 

It's a beautiful option for those seeking a durable countertop that requires little maintenance and is resistant to scratching and staining, and you should definitely learn more about it. 

See the vast array of quartz styles, colors, and patterns we have to choose from. 

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Ah Marble, does it even need an introduction? Marble is a beautiful and elegant material for your kitchen countertops and home spaces, and has that timeless rich-tasting look that everyone craves. Even though marble requires a bit more tender loving care over time, the unmatched elegance it brings to your space makes it truly worth it every penny and minute spent.

While marble may not be suitable for all situations, it's certainly a work of art and can bring your kitchen or indoor spaces into the spotlight. Learn more about our marble countertops here in Raleigh, NC. 

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Beautiful white marble stone countertop project in Raleigh.
Elegant white and grey creamy stone countertop for kitchen island in Raleig, NC.


Quartzite is a beautiful secret that people tend to get confused and mixed up with quartz. So let's clear this up a bit. Quartzite is a natural stone and is not considered engineered stone (man-made). Quartzite starts out as sandstone and is transformed into a masterpice over time as heat and pressure is applied through a natural process. 

Quartzite is so beautiful and elegant, that it often gets confused with types of marble that are available on the market today, but it's actually stronger than marble! It's an extraordinary material and should be valued as such. Learn more about quartzite countertops and what they can do for you.

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What is the Best Kitchen Countertop Material?

I’m sure you were hoping that we would give you a straight answer on this question, but it’s truly difficult to do. The best countertop material depends on your particular situation and what you will be using it for. Are you wanting something for looks that is stylish and luxurious, or would you prefer something more durable and non-porous, so that it lasts a long time and is harder to stain? Are you wanting a countertop for the indoor kitchen or outdoor kitchen?

These are all questions you must ask yourself. For example, granite might be a good choice for an outdoor countertop whereas marble probably isn’t our first or second choice. Ultimately, the best kitchen countertop material comes down to your taste and values.

What Countertops are Popular in 2023?

Granite has been a popular choice for countertops for many years for a variety of reasons. Truth be told, it's an awesome natural stone solution that can be applied to many parts of the household. However, the trend in 2023 is showing that quartz countertops are increasing in popularity due to the durability and variety of styles available on the market today. It will be interesting to see if this trend continues into 2024 and beyond, but only time will tell. As of right now, quartz may be leading the pack, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's the best option for you. The "best" solution is what works best for you and your home! So do your research, take your time, and let us help you find the perfect countertop solution for your home!

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High Quality Stone Countertops for Kitchens & Bathrooms in Raleigh

We strive to source and locate the highest quality materials for the countertops we provide our customers. We want you to have highest quality product at the most affordable prices in the area. With our expert team of fabricators, you can be sure that your materials will remain in top-notch condition and last you a lifetime. 

Pros and Cons of Stone Countertops We Offer

Check out the table below to see some of the pros and cons of different countertop materials for your home or indoor/outdoor space. 

Attributes of Granite, Quartz, Marble, and Quartzite Countertops Compared
Low maintenanceLow maintenanceHigh MaintenanceLow maintenance
Good heat resistanceLow heat resistanceGood heat resistanceGood heat resistance
Good scratch resistanceGood scratch resistanceLower scratch resistanceGood scratch resistance
Needs sealantNo sealant requiredNeeds sealantNeeds sealant
Natural stoneEngineered StoneNatural stoneNatural stone
Indoor & Outdoor UseIndoor & Outdoor UseIndoor use is recommendedIndoor & Outdoor Use

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I prevent stains and etching on my countertops?

To prevents staining your new countertops, we recommend that you are careful with the types of materials you use near them and always clean up the mess as quickly as possible. Try to avoid using harsh chemicals or acids on your countertops and get your countertop sealed if you can. If you have natural stone countertops, many of them will need to be sealed at least once a year.

How do I repair chips or cracks in my countertops?

Chips and cracks in your countertops can be frightening upon first sight. However, there are ways to remedy the situation if you find that your beautiful countertop has been damaged. For most issues, a color-matched epoxy or resin can fill in the crack or chip. However, you may need to contact your local stone and granite company or a professional for assistance and advice on repairing your natural stone countertop. If you are worried and have questions, please give us a call!

How can I choose the right countertop color and pattern for my space?

Firstly, you’ll want to take a step back and examine your entire space. The last thing you want to do is rush into picking a color or style without a little bit of thought first. However, keep in mind that neutral colors tend to work well in a variety of home space.s These colors include white, grey, and beige. Obviously, choosing very particular colors like blue or green may not mesh well with your environment over time, as many of us change our home styles over the years and may even sell our homes at some point. So keep that in mind when choosing a countertop style.

What is the difference between polished and honed finishes?
  • Polished finishes – These tend to have a glossy shine to them and can even enhance the colors and patterns present in the stone.

  • Honed finishes – These matte finishes are a bit softer and not quite as shiny as polished finishes are. They have a softer non-reflective feel that can help hide marks and blemishes over time, but the colors of the countertop material may not shine quite the same as a polished finish.

Can I use the same countertop material for my kitchen, bathroom, and outdoor spaces?

Yes, you can absolutely use the same material for different areas of your home (like granite or quartz) but you need to ensure that you have done proper research to ensure that the material you choose is meant for the particular area you are installing. For example,you would not want to install a delicate material in an outdoor space. So please get some professional advice if you are unsure about the location or durability of a countertop material.

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Inside of our shop you can see that we have a vast array of countertop options.

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If you'd like to come and visit our showroom, you can find us right here in Raleigh, NC. We would be delighted to setup an appointment with you and show you around the office and answer any questions you may have. We have a variety of countertop styles in-house right now. Please do not hesitate to give us a call! Our phone number is (919)-615-1021. 


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Raleigh N.C. 27616



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