Putting new countertops in any kitchen or bath is the easiest way to enhance the aesthetic quality and value of your home. BDC carries virtually every high quality material in the market such as Granite, Quartz, Marble, and other various Solid Surfaces. Our service, prices, and craftsmanship cannot be beat due to our strong and reliable connections to our slab yard providers and stone distributors.

We design, measure, template, cut and install all in house, so you know your project is in our hands from start to finish. We will work effectively and diligently to construct your marvelous countertops because no one else can do it better than we can. Scroll down if you want to learn more about the different types of material for our countertops.


Quartz is found in great abundance on the planet and is also one of its strongest materials. Engineered stone is made of 93% crushed quartz, which is combined with high-quality polymer resins and pigments and then compacted under intense vibration, vacuum, and pressure into dense, non-porous slabs. Quartz counter-tops are non-porous; therefore, they are highly resistant to stains from coffee, wine, lemon juice, as well as many other common household products. Its non-porous nature also makes it more difficult for bacteria, mold and mildew to grow, and also means it does not need to be sealed or treated to keep its lustrous shine. Unlike many other types of counter-tops, engineered stone is heat-resistant and will withstand limited exposure to heat without burning or scorching. All of this adds up to a surface that is virtually maintenance-free.

Custom solid surface counter-tops offer a unique balance of beauty and durability. Available in many colors, solid surface is an advanced blend of natural materials and pure acrylic polymer used to create a seamless, clean, stylish look for your kitchen and bath counter-tops.

Solid Surface

Solid surface counter-tops are easy to clean, retain their original beauty for many years, and look great with brass, tile, and granite. Solid surfaces work well in any room, and raise the aesthetic value of your home depending on how you arrange it. If you’re looking for a surface that doesn’t require extensive cleaning, and fits any style, Solid Surfaces are the way to go.


Since laminate surfaces are non-porous, it minimizes contact with bacteria and allows for easy cleanup. Laminate’s low cost combined with the latest designer patterns and colors makes it easy and affordable to change your counter-top to be right in style with today’s trends. Though it may require extra cleaning, it is definitely worth having in a home!


We stock hundreds of slabs of natural stone in our warehouse, giving our customers an almost limitless selection of patterns, grain textures and colors imported from the quarries all over the world. Granite is beautiful, durable and the preferred choice of designers, contractors and homeowners. Nothing improves the value and style of a home like granite. Whether you’re building a new house or remodeling, natural stone offers you unparalleled beauty, permanence, and uniqueness – and adds true value to your home. See what others are saying about natural stone:

Natural stone is a key part of two of the top 10 elements of design in the home that are resonating with today’s buyers: the desire for low-maintenance/no-maintenance materials and the use of natural materials inside and outside the home.
— Builder Magazine/National Association of Home Builders

Homeowners who remodel recover the following percentages of their remodeling costs at resale (note: upscale projects include stone):

  • Bathroom remodel-upscale: 92.6%
  • Bathroom addition-upscale: 84.3%
  • Kitchen remodel-upscale: 79.6%

— Cost vs. Value Report, Remodeling Magazine

In a study of materials for kitchen countertops, granite had the highest number of “excellent” ratings of any surface.
— Consumer Reports

Granite Remnants

Every bit as beautiful and durable as the original slab, they are perfect for smaller jobs like bathroom vanities, islands, tabletops, coffee tables, etc.