Natural Stone Countertops In Austin, Tx

Replacing your stained, scorched, or scratched slabs with a natural stone countertop can transform the whole kitchen. We offer a wide range of natural stone countertops options to choose from according to the needs and requirements.

At Renaissance Stone Works Austin, Tx, we provide tested natural and custom made stones for kitchen countertops with various properties such as heat resistance, scratch resistance, porous/nonporous material, chemical-free, low maintenance, cost-effective, colors, and much more.

Call us today at (512) 264-0256 to schedule a natural stone countertop consultation with our experts.

Our experienced team works with quality stones from Caesarstone and many other renowned suppliers in the market. We provide granite, marble, quartz, quartzite, travertine, soapstone, limestone, & more. If you dream it, we can install it.

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Travertine is formed by the precipitation of carbonate minerals from solutions in ground and surface waters, and it belongs to the sedimentary family. Travertine is another form of limestone which is deposited by mineral springs.


Soapstone belongs to a metamorphic rock family, mainly composed of talc, micas, amphiboles, carbonate, and other minerals with varying amounts of chlorite. This stone is very soft and gives a soapy feel, hence the name.


Quartzite is an aesthetically pleasing stone and may be used to cover walls, counter-tops, and flooring. This stone Is formed from sandstone through extreme conditions such as heat and pressure, often developed by tectonic compression.


Quartz is the most readily available and globally distributed mineral found on Earth. You can find Quartz in abundance all over the world. It is also termed engineered stone because you can customize it according to your needs.


Onyx is a branded stone that belongs to the limestone family. It offers a color variation within the stone due to the dissolving and redepositing of the lime. In ancient Egypt, Onyx was used for pottery and bowls.


Marble is formed due to the metamorphism of sedimentary carbonate rocks, most commonly limestone or dolomite rock. Marble is often associated as a symbol of tradition and refined taste.


Limestone belongs to a sedimentary family. Its composition consists of calcium carbonate, and skeletal fragments of marine organisms oral, foraminifera, and mollusks. Most limestone forms In shallow, warm marine waters.


Granite is a coarse-grained, light-colored igneous rock composed mainly of feldspars and quartz with minor amounts of mica and amphibole minerals. It is one of the most heavily utilized stones in our world today.

For more information on natural stone countertops, kindly write to us at [email protected], or you can call us on (512) 264-0256 to get expert advice.

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