CUSTOM KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS

Are you looking for kitchen countertops in Fort Collins?
 

Get the best value on High-Quality Marble, Granite, Quartzite,  and Quartz countertops in Fort Collins, Colorado. Weaver Stone Company delivers high-quality granite countertops, marble countertops, quartz countertops, soapstone countertops, and other natural stone countertops.

We supply both all-natural stone products in addition to engineered stone like Caesarstone countertops and Silestone countertops.

What is included in your project:

  • Detailed Pricing
  • No Middleman
  • Signature Granite & Quartz Offering
  • Professionally Trained Craftsman & Installers 
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If you’re looking for kitchen countertops or bathroom countertops, fireplace surrounds, or any custom marble or granite fabrication and installation services we are here to help make your dream a reality.

Visit our showroom in Fort Collins or contact us today for immediate assistance. Keep reading for more information on kitchen countertops in Northern Colorado.

Different types of kitchen countertops in Fort Collins:

There are multiple types of kitchen countertops available. We like to categorize kitchen countertops into 2 categories:

  1. Stone Kitchen Countertops

  2. Non-Stone Kitchen Countertops

As the names suggest, one group is made of “stone” and the other is not. A common misconception is that stone kitchen countertops are going to be higher priced than non-stone. This really is not the case across all different materials. Let’s take a look at examples of the different types of kitchen countertops available in Fort Collins for each category.

Stone Kitchen Countertops in Fort Collins:

  • Granite Countertops – These are made from granite slabs and have more of an “earthy” or all-natural look.
  • Marble Countertops – Similar to granite, but slabs are typically softer in both hardness and look.
  • Quartz Countertops – These are man-made or engineered products, however, they are primarily made of quartz, which is a type of rock.
  • Quartzite Countertops – Quartzite is similar to granite, in that it is a natural material that is cut from large blocks. However, this material is mostly made up of all-natural quartzite, which gives it a distinctive look and usually contains larger pieces of quartz in the material.
  • Soapstone Countertops – Soapstone is another type of mineral that has a mix of granite and marble properties.

Non-Stone Kitchen Countertops in Fort Collins:

(We do not carry non-stone materials)

  • Formica Countertops – Made from plywood with a laminated sheet on top. Typically, one of the cheapest options for countertops, in price and high quality.
  • Solid Surface Countertops – Made mostly from a resin with a chemical makeup.
  • Glass Countertops – Made from either a large sheet of glass or small fragments glued together.
  • Stainless Steel Countertops – Made from a sheet of stainless steel metal.
  • Wood Block Countertops – Made from solid pieces of wood, which are glued together or comes in one large piece.

Stone Kitchen Countertops vs. Non-Stone Kitchen Countertops:

There are a lot of differences between stone and non-stone kitchen countertops. It really depends on what you’re hunting for in a countertop material and other personal factors. If you’re trying to decide, here are some of the factors you should consider:

  • Budget: What you can pay or want to pay will greatly narrow down your choices. Formica is typically the cheapest. However, sometimes the cheapest granite can be very close to the price of a good quality Formica. If you are very price-conscious, then make sure you price everything out so that you can actually see the differences.
  • Style: Depends on the overall “kitchen look” you’re trying to achieve and your personal preferences.
  • Durability: Kitchen Countertop materials vary greatly in durability. Wood being low on the scale, then Formica, solid surfaces, marble, soapstone, stainless steel, glass, quartz, and granite at the top in terms of durability.
  • Colors: Would also depend on your overall “kitchen look” and your personal preferences.
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Detailed Pricing

We don't start with a low price as "bait". There are no gimmicks here, just the right price for the countertop that's true to your life. "Slimy salespeople need not apply" can be found in all our job postings.

New Countertop Day

See the vision coming together with a high-tech digital measurement and detailed installation.  The work is completed WITHOUT having to pull your hair out!

Northern Colorado Countertops & More

Granite & Natural Stone

Granite & Natural Stone

Each slab of natural stone has it’s own look, so you would want to go view the slabs to select at the granite importer/vendor’s warehouse. We will give you directions on where to go as part of the initial Project Consultation.

Quartz

Quartz (Engineered Stone)

If you are going with quartz (engineered stone), that is manmade, so can be sure what you are getting based on a material sample and pictures. You won’t get catfished if you look at common quartz vendors like MSI Q quartz, Pental, Cambria, Silestone, Dal Tile & Hanstone. We have the full range of quartz offerings as samples in our showroom.

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About Us

Northern Colorado semi-locals Brian & Corbey Weaver saw things were coming apart at the seams with tradesmen that were a bit flaky, those craftsman artist types (*eyeroll*). Realizing that there was a need for a rock-solid countertop company, they wove together Weaver Stone in 2008 and went to work in a small shop (read: hole in the wall place).
Now with a few more people and the best high-tech machinery woven in, the Weavers are still working to be the non-flakey craftsman who shares their knowledge to get it done. We like to put it all out there working with other locals (or transplants, no judgment!) in homes across Northern Colorado.