Our solid relationships with the biggest importers and distributors grant you access to the Largest Selection of Granite, Marble & More in the NY Area

Rock Solid Granite & Marble has formed solid relationships with every major importer and distributor in the New York market. Our reputation grants you access to the largest selection of natural stone and man-made quartz products in the tristate area. With thousands of full slabs, representing 150+ colors, we assist you to hand-selected the stone most appropriate for your project. Imported from as nearby as Vermont and Canada, and as far away as Brazil, the Ukraine, Italy, Spain, India and Norway.

Whether you’re looking for the timeless beauty of marble or the weathered, natural look of travertine, all of the stone Rock Solid Granite & Marble has available at our warehouse and showroom located in Holbrook, NY is graded First Quality. From selection to installation, we are the area’s top choice for kitchen countertopsbathroom vanities, fireplace hearths, bar tops, stairs, furniture pieces and more.

Learn more about the types of stone we have available, or contact us to arrange a free consultation.


Granite Is Ideal for Kitchen Countertops

Granite is an igneous rock formed from liquid magma, cooled slowly to form a substance approaching the hardness and durability of diamond. Its hardness and density comes from the fact that it has been solidified within the earth under extreme pressure. It consists of feldspar, quartz, mica, and other minerals that all contribute to the unique coloration and texture of each granite deposit. Granite is considered an ideal choice for kitchen countertops because it can withstand high heat (up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit). Granite countertops are virtually scratch-proof and will not scratch even when directly cut on.

How to Care for Granite Countertops

Thickness & Weight of Granite

The density and weight of stone will vary from color to color. Most of the granite we stock is 3 centimeters (1 ¼ inch) thick and weighs between 16-22 pounds per square foot.

Different Materials

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