Our Products

It's all about quality.

We are very particular about the products we acquire. Stone including granite, marble and quartz is carefully chosen not only for its quality, but for its color and grain. We prefer aesthetics as well as durability.

We prefer to choose the most dramatic, unique carrara marble we can locate. We want our clients to say "Wow, that is gorgeous!"

It is equally important to make sure the base where the marble (or any stone slab) rests on be reinforced, especially around areas where sinks are placed and overhangs. In some cases, we install corbels to ensure more than adequate support.

We don't like seams, but sometimes they are inevitable. But we definitely do not put seams in the middle of a sink cutout.

Granite is one the hardest, most durable stones available, making it desirable among builders and building owners.

A key point to consider when choosing a granite slab is the area lighting. If the area has little or no natural light, select granite that has a significant amount of white or gold, or lots of light-colored specks. Dark colors like deep blue, mahogany and black look best in areas that receive substantial light. Track and pendant lighting make good lighting options to enhance the beauty of the stone.

A Piatra Supply rep will be happy to consult with you with your counter top selections. We listen, then advise based on several criteria.

There are many advantages when choosing quartz for your counter tops:

• Quartz is less expensive than exotic granite. With quartz, you don't have to compromise a great look for an affordable price.

• Quartz, unlike other stone slabs, can be crafted with a controlled appearance. The way quartz slabs are produced allows the manufacturer to ensure that the slab is exactly the color, texture and pattern that you want.

• Quartz is manufactured in many colors, and the color is consistent throughout the entire slab.

• Quartz counters are made by combining 93% natural quartz stone with 7% resin binder and some colourant. This creates an extremely hard stone that is stronger that granite or marble. The slab is the same working thickness as other materials, and it is shaped, cut and finished using the same stone-cutting equipment.

• Granite and marble countertops must be sealed regularly to prevent staining and the growth of bacteria. This maintenance adds to the cost of these countertops. Quartz does not require sealing or other routine maintenance to maintain its beauty and functionality.

Cabinets affect the look and feel of the entire room. They set the tone for your kitchen or bathroom makeover - or new construction.

Kitchen cabinet quality is essentially a function of the materials, construction methods, finish and craftsmanship used in the cabinet-making process. There's variability in all of these ingredients which results in a corresponding range of cabinet quality.

Cabinet and wet / dry bar styles, material selections and installations should be carefully planned.

Our representative is happy to sit down with you and work out all of the details.

Nothing makes a bathroom more inviting than a shower or tub surround consisting of large glass panels. First impressions count and you only have one opportunity for a first impression.

Make a statement by choosing one of our glass surrounds.

Customized walk-in showers are desired for their distinguishing artistic features that emphasize the masterpiece tile design of shower wall space.

Once created, the enclosure should be a complimenting piece to the artwork of your new wall, while also serving the functional purpose of centralizing the water to its designated drain area.

We offer both hinged and non-hinged doors in a wide variety of styles including pivot or swinging doors, neo-angle enclosures, framed or frameless doors, curved doors, rectangle or square doors, or sliding doors.

Select suitable styles and finishes for trim, frames and hardware, such as polished or matte nickel, chrome, or oiled bronze, to match or complement the faucets and other hardware in your bathroom.

Quality - Beauty - Function - Durability

Choosing a shower enclosure style can become overwhelming with so many choices.

Glass comes in clear, etched, or patterned with a design, seeded or textured for interest, or frosted or opaque for privacy.

Traditional glass enclosures need to be made to order because even a 1/8" out of plumb can require custom glass.

Remember a shower enclosure is about more than just containing water spray!