Surfaces USA is one of Southern California’s largest natural stone, glass, porcelain, metal, and composite tile companies. Choose the style of your kitchen, bath, or outdoor living space from our rich selection of gorgeous natural stone such as limestone, granite, marble, onyx, travertine, and crystalline. Consider our extensive tile and mosaic collection of ceramic, porcelain, metal, and glass. Take a look at our unique exotic slabs for your countertops, such as translucent backlit slabs or our exclusive and luxurious Glass2 collection.

We have five locations all over Southern California with over 3 million square feet of inventor. Let one of our experienced designers help you perfect your next countertop, wall cladding, or flooring project for that luxury home or commercial application.

Come visit one of our showrooms and see why Surfaces USA is your #1 choice for natural stone, glass, granite, marble, quartz, metal, porcelain, and composite tile, countertops, slabs, and planks. We’re In North Hollywood, Anaheim, Castaic, Oxnard, and San Diego.

View the largest selection of natural stone and imported tile online. From finely polished Carrara Marble and popular Travertine to the latest wood plank tile design. Browse through a seemingly endless list of countertops, flooring, and patio stone and tile options. 

 

 

Surfaces USA has been awarded “Best Of Houzz” for Customer Satisfaction by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. Surfaces USA was chosen by the more than 25 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than 500,000 active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals. 

The Best of Houzz Customer Satisfaction awards are determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2014. Those honored by this selection receive a “Best Of Houzz 2015” badge on their profiles, helping Houzz users around the world who discover and love a professional’s work to learn even more about that business’ popularity and satisfaction rating among their peers in the Houzz community. 

Congrats to the exceptional Surfaces USA staff for a job well done!

About Houzz

Houzz is the leading platform for home remodeling and design, providing people with everything they need to improve their homes from start to finish – online or from a mobile device. From decorating a room to building a custom home, Houzz connects millions of homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals across the country and around the world. With the largest residential design database in the world and a vibrant community powered by social tools, Houzz is the easiest way for people to find inspiration, get advice, buy products and hire the professionals they need to help turn their ideas into reality. Headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, Houzz also has international offices in London, Berlin and Sydney. For more information, visit www.houzz.com

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More Interior Design Gems

Interior Design and Remodeling Material at Surfaces USA

From “Timeless Touches in the Woodlands” By Tara Evans, Inside SCV Magazine • Photography by Mel Carll

Stephanie Laney’s Woodlands home exemplifies a transitional Spanish style – an aesthetic that the professional interior designer carried throughout the house. “It’s the driving force,” says the lead designer at Surfaces USA.

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Quartz Slabs for Your Kitchen Counter, Bathroom Vanity, and More

Quartz is one of nature’s hardest minerals. Our quartz slabs retain the qualities of natural stone and offer many other advantages from its advanced manufacturing process. These engineered quartz slabs are compressed and compacted under intense vibration and heat pressure to create a hard, non-porous surface which result in non-absorbent, highly stain-resistant, and easy to clean surfaces. Quartz is both natural and eco-friendly and can be ideal for residential and commercial interior applications.

Due to their durability and broad array of beautiful colors and patterns, quartz surfaces are a popular choice for kitchen countertops and bathroom vanity tops. Their clean and polished look are also favorites for various commercial applications.

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About Quartz

Quartz begins as a raw naturally occurring material quarried from the earth. However, quartz is engineered prior to use on countertop surfaces. Binding agents, resins, and coloring materials may be added to to give the quartz a desired pigmentation or look as well as the sturdiness it is well known for. A quartz counter may withstand chipping and denting better than other natural stone countertops due to the flexibility afforded by the additional resins and binding agents. It is also highly scratch-resistant

Quartz is also able to withstand significantly high temperatures, which is beneficial in kitchen counter use, and it will not sustain damage even when exposed to heat up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.

Quartz colors range from warm and  inviting tones inspired by nature to bold distinctive colors that bring energy to any room. Each color is carefully formulated to ensure the right consistency, depth, and richness to ensure that your creative designs come to life.

Fascinating and harmonizing patterns are created by adding recycled material such as glass mirrors, crystals, and other natural materials to the quartz manufacturing process. 

Quartz Benefits

  • Eco-friendly
  • Non-Porous
  • Strong and durable
  • Low maintenance
  • Wide variety of colors
  • Highly stain resistant
  • Prevents formation of mold and mildew
  • Highly scratch resistant
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Showroom Hrs & Directions

Visit one of our Surfaces USA showrooms and experience this versatile material for yourself. We are located in North Hollywood, Anaheim, Castaic, Oxnard, and San Diego. Or call one of our experienced designers for guidance.

 

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What Is the Difference Between Quartz and Quartzite?

When it comes to choosing a countertop material for your home, it’s always best to know the subtle differences and benefits between each type of material. Two popular choices are quartz and quartzite. Although these two types of material may sound the same, each has it’s own benefits and unique characteristics. So what is the difference between quartz and quartzite? In a nutshell, quartzite is a natural material (quartz and sandstone) while quartz is fabricated using quartz and man made synthetic materials.

 

 

Quartz

Quartz begins as a raw material quarried from the earth, but this purely raw quartz is not what you will be seeing on your countertop surfaces. Added to quartz before installation are binding agents, resins, and sometimes coloring materials to give the quartz a desired pigmentation or look as well as the sturdiness it is well known for. Quartz is  not as susceptible to etching as quartzite. A quartz counter may withstand chipping and denting better than quartzite due to the flexibility afforded by the additional resins and binding agents.

Quartz is also able to withstand significantly high temperatures, which is beneficial in kitchen counter use, and it will not sustain damage even when exposed to heat up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. However, temperatures above 300 degrees Fahrenheit may damage the resins in a quartz counter.

There is wider color variation available in quartz due to the coloring agents that can be added.

 

 

Quartzite

Quartzite is a natural stone resulting  from the combination of quartz and sandstone through heat and pressure. When sandstone is cemented to quartzite, the individual quartz grains recrystallize along with the former cementing material to form an interlocking mosaic of quartz crystals.[2] Due to the pressure used in its formation, quartzite is often much harder than quartz and is able to withstand impacts that may crack or damage a pure quartz material. Quartzite (Mohs scale 7) is slightly harder than granite (Mohs scale 6.5). Consider that Granite is believed to be one of the most durable building stones. Quartzite, however, is more susceptible to etching than quartz, even though the material is stronger in terms of durability.

Quartzite is a natural stone and like marble and granite, it must be sealed and resealed periodically.

 

 

What Is My Best Option?

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Both materials are beautiful and offer reasonable amounts of durability and heat resistance. If you love natural stone, then quartzite is perhaps your best option. If you are looking for a wider range of colors to complement the look and feel you are designing for, quartz may be your choice of material. Surfaces USA has a wide variety of both quartz and quartzite slabs from all over the world for your next design or remodeling project. Come visit one of our showrooms in North Hollywood, Anaheim, Castaic, Oxnard, and San Diego and let one of our knowledgeable sales or design consultants help you find that perfect look you’re yearning for..

 

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Countertops: Which Color of Granite Matches Your Personality?

Just like people, no two granites are exactly alike. With the enormous variety of color combinations and veining patterns available, choosing the right granite for your home can be a bit overwhelming. So how do you decide which color, pattern, or finish will best suit your unique personality, theme, or style? Keep on reading!

If you are sophisticated and desire a look that is modern with a contemporary feel, you may be drawn to granites in black.  Black Galaxy is an extremely upscale material with its reflective nature and staggered specs of gold, it creates an aura of formality and even a hint of mystery.

Those of you that appreciates nature and crave the feeling of being outdoors will appreciate the beauty of green granites. For example, a Tropical Green Granite combined with wood cabinets in a kitchen mimics the outdoors and offers a versatile color palette for other design elements such as paint and flooring. 

If you are cool, calm, and chic you might enjoy granite in shades of blue. Granites such as Sapphire Blue and Blue Pearl will naturally mix with both white and wood cabinetry. Blue granite often has flecks of opal or silver tones and works well with stainless steel appliances and accents. 

If you’re a person who is indecisive, likes to change surroundings often or just like the natural hues of granite, then brown or beige granite tones might be for you. These dark natural tones are warm and inviting, and compliment many color schemes. Since neutral shades offer flexibility when it comes to matching surrounding decor, they are perfect for homeowners who love to change styles often. 

If you are fascinated with more than one color of granite or if you don’t fit any of these personality types then don’t worry! The easiest way to choose granite would be to see and touch the natural stone! Make sure to stop by any of our five Surfaces USA showrooms located in North Hollywood, Anaheim, Castaic, Oxnard, and San Diego. Have one of our design experts assist you. For more information on choosing granite, please visit our new website at  www.surfacesusa.com or call us here.

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Kitchen Remodeling: Countertop Tips

Natural Stone Countertops at Surfaces USA

Planning the Look and Feel of Your New Kitchen

Once you’ve made the decision to remodel your kitchen, it’s important to start visualizing the styling elements of the look that you are planning to achieve. You may want to start thinking about your countertop material in the early stages of the project. The visual aspects of your countertop can surprisingly alter the feel and tone of your space. You also need to consider the characteristics of your cabinetry, such as the color and grain of the wood, to ensure that both counters and cabinets look well together. 

You may be a bit overwhelmed about the different types of materials, styles, and colors available for natural stone countertops. Take your time. Soon enough you’ll be able to discern which of these materials, styles, and colors will complement your kitchen design idea and eventually you’ll be passionate about a specific one. The kitchen countertop installation will be a breeze after you determine exactly what you want.

Start your process by asking yourself this question: Should I choose to be bold and daring by using bright colors and bold patterns?  Or do I want a more conservative look by using a more natural earthy tone? 

Choosing Your Natural Stone Countertop

For help answering that question, get yourself in front of the actual stone slabs. Visit local slab yards that have a large selection of material like Surfaces USA. Take a close look at the grain, pattern, texture, and color variation of the slabs and consider that differing lighting sources will produce a slightly different result. Ask the designer or salesperson at the slab yard if they offer samples before making a purchasing decision.

 Natural stone materials such as granite, marble, and limestone are a great way to give your kitchen the look you desire.  For heavily used kitchen countertops, consider granite as one of your top choices. Granite is one of the most popular and durable building stones due to its high density, weathering resistance, and beautiful variety of colors and patterns. It also has the ability to take a mirror-like polish and does not stain as easily as other, more porous natural stones.

Since it can be the focal point of a kitchen, you need to consider that the colors, textures, and patterns of your countertop should tie the entire space together.  From the colors of your walls to the materials and colors of your cabinets and flooring, there is an aesthetically pleasing natural stone countertop out there that can bring it all together.

Make sure you spend time with an interior designer and ask many questions to familiarize yourself with the materials. With an abundant supply of stunning natural stone from all over the world, you are sure to find one that’s right for you and your dream kitchen.

 

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View Our GalleryBrowse through our gallery for some design inspiration. Look at various styles and materials for your next project.

Come visit one of our showrooms and see why Surfaces USA is your #1 choice for natural stone, glass, granite, marble, quartz, metal, porcelain, and composite tile, countertops, slabs, and planks. We’re In North Hollywood, Anaheim, Castaic, Oxnard, and San Diego.

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