Dekton® is a sophisticated mixture of the raw materials used in the production of glass, latest-generation porcelain tiles, and quartz surfaces. It is a new and innovative material that is paving the way for the future of surfaces for architecture and design. Dekton is a great choice for kitchen countertops: It is resistant to stains, scratches, abrasions, fire, heat, UV light, freezing and thawing; color stability, and virtually zero water absorption. Zero porosity, and lack of micro-defects that cause tension or weak spots, is the difference between Dekton and other quartz countertop materials. Our clients have found that this surface works really well for countertops, backsplashes, sinks, accent walls, floors, etc. Since we fabricate inhouse, we can make anything you can imagine.
Granite is one of the oldest and strongest stones made. It's durability and longevity makes it ideal for kitchen countertops and other heavily used surfaces, including tabletops, and floors. Granite is hard to scratch with normal use and more heat resistant than other products. Each granite piece is it's own unique palette always varying, never the same. It is alluring as well as durable, and it's low maintenance matches its attractiveness. At Eau Claire Custom Stone we offer over 100 color patterns. We have the perfect granite countertop for your project.
Quartz is made from the hardest minerals on earth and engineered in factories to create eye-catching slabs for your countertops. Quartz is more than 93% made of natural quartz, the hardest non-precious stone, and the exceptionally low-maintenance material, resin. Quartz has a modern look that comes in a wide variety of colors, textures, and patterns. It is a natural stone that is scratch and stain resistant. Quartz is the ideal choice for kitchen, laundry, bath countertops, vanity tops, backsplashes, wet bars, tub decks, shower surrounds, furniture, and more. Eau Claire Custom Stone is proud to offer our customers high quality American made quartz brands.
Marble is formed from limestone that was superheated to form its distinctive crystalline structure. There are plenty of beautiful ways to use marble in the home—our love affair with this luxurious material shows no signs of waning. From vibrant colors to the classic white/gray Carrara, there are many different types of marble. Marble has always been a highly sought after material for kitchen countertops.