Looking for quality quartz or granite countertops in Paradise Valley? Mirage Marble & Granite is your go-to countertop fabricator and installer serving the entire Valley since 2006. We offer 100% free in-home estimates, call us at 623-606-7610.
With 4,200+ happy customers and over 800 five-star reviews, it’s no wonder why we are the #1 choice for countertop fabrication and installation in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
Whether you’re looking for granite, quartz, marble, or quartzite for your Paradise Valley home or business, we’re ready to make your entire experience with us seamless, enjoyable, and stress-free.
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Mirage Marble & Granite is the #1 choice in Paradise Valley for custom quartz and granite countertops. Our team is here to help you make the perfect countertop design, whether you’re looking for a traditional or contemporary look.
Whether you’re a homeowner, production builder, multi-family builder, or general contractor, we can fabricate and install granite, quartz, marble, and quartzite countertops to compliment any kitchen or bathroom.
We stand by our reputation and 18 years of experience and take pride in always serving our clients with professionalism, sincerity, and expertise. Contact us for any questions about Paradise Valley countertops for your home or business.
The type of material you select will determine the cost of your new countertops. Higher-quality natural stones, such as marble and quartzite, will cost more. Additionally, human-made stones like quartz will cost more. However, granite is typically less expensive. Contact us if you need assistance selecting the best material for countertop stones.
How long the installation takes depends on the size of the project and the kind of countertop. Usually, the installation process takes one to two days to complete after the countertop is manufactured. When we know more about your project, we can provide you with a more precise timeline.
Which countertop material—granite, quartz, marble, or quartzite—best fits their lifestyle, budget, and aesthetic preferences is a question that homeowners frequently ask. Every material has distinct qualities that vary in terms of cost, durability, upkeep, and appearance. Our designers can offer suggestions based on what would work best for your requirements.
Quartz counters are made of man-made stone, whereas granite counters are made of natural stone. Every stone is unique, so the color of a granite counter will vary depending on the stone. On the other hand, because quartz countertops are composed of quartz powder, resins, and additional materials, their color is more uniform. Despite having different looks, they function nearly identically.
Ensure the installers have a safe way to get the stone from the truck to the job site. It can be very tough and heavy to move a counter so a clear path is very much appreciated. There shouldn’t be any kids or pets near the job site. Please be home when the countertop is being installed in case an issue arises, or we have a question.