Ivyland, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2018 -- As a family-owned company, Suburban Marble & Granite understands that the kitchen is the heart of a home and is where a lot of families make their most special holiday memories. This fall the company is offering a wide selection of high-quality quartz, granite, and marble slabs in Montgomery County to help homeowners get their kitchens in shape just in time for holidays.
Whether homeowners are looking to undergo a full kitchen remodeling project or just upgrade a few elements, Suburban Marble & Granite has the perfect stone countertops, floor tiles, and backsplashes to bring their kitchen designs to life. Homeowners can choose from materials that range from basic commodity stones to one-of-a-kind stones that have been sourced from all over the world. No matter how ambitious the project is, the company's expert design consultants are available to assist homeowners in meeting their holiday renovation goals.
Homeowners will be happy to learn that the company offers the most exceptional service and competitive pricing of any marble and granite store in the Northeast. With decades of experience in importing, supplying, and installing high-quality stone slabs, homeowners will be hard-pressed to find a better marble and granite supplier than Suburban Marble & Granite.
Interested homeowners can visit the company's 30,000 square foot showroom today to meet with a consultant and begin browsing the company's inventory of beautiful marble slabs in Bucks Count y. For more information, please contact Suburban Marble and Granite at 215-309-8738 or visit https://www.suburbanmarble.com/.
About Suburban Marble & Granite
For 25 years, Suburban Marble & Granite has been the largest natural stone fabricator, servicing customers in Bucks County, PA, New Jersey and surrounding areas. This family and veteran-owned company have won the Best of Bucks 8 years in a row for their quality products and customer service. By importing their stones from quarries around the world, they can deliver first-choice marble, granite, quartzite, and more.
To learn more information, visit www.suburbanmarble.com.