We are one of the largest providers of wholesale quartz countertop slabs in California. We carry brand names such as Cambria, Ceasarstone, Pental, and Silestone. We also have our own “In Haus” line.

We offer an eclectic ensemble of products and services relevant to today’s build trends, with an emphasis on kitchens, bathrooms, and surfaces. By consolidating the selection process we’re able to achieve cohesive designs and more enjoyable experiences.

Collaborating on a journey of space alchemy is what we love to do. And providing you with wholesale quartz countertop slabs is an integral part of that process.

If you’re an architect, contractor, or designer based in Orange County inquire today so we can begin a working relationship with you.

Call 1-888-528-2921 to get a quote on Wholesale Quartz Countertop Slabs.

We understand your projects are a signature of your expression and honor the opportunity to become a part of your team.

Quartz has been quite popular over the last few years. Consequently the number of homes in our country with this type of countertop is somewhat astonishing. But this isn’t a bad thing, because it brings an elegant look to any household, and it lasts for a lifetime.

It’s not just popular in around these parts, according wikipedia it’s the second most abundant mineral in Earth’s Continental crust. Not only is it abundant, but nearly every ancient culture revered quartz for different reasons. Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Australian Aboriginals, and Romans all used quartz crystals as talismans. The Romans used rose quartz as a seal to signify ownership, and Egyptians believed the stone could prevent aging.

It’s often found in passage tomb cemeteries around Europe in a burial context, such as Newgrange or Carrowmore in Ireland. The Irish word for quartz is grianchloch, which means “Sunstone”. This has carried over to many video games referring to it as a Sunstone. Quartz was also used in Prehistoric Ireland, and many other countries, to make stone tools; both vein quartz and rock crystal were knapped as part of the lithic technology of prehistoric people.