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About Minneapolis Countertops

We have over 10 years of professional experience

Our team has more than 10 years of experience in beautiful stone countertops, and we are locally known for delivering great, high-quality results. We were built with the commitment to ensure cost-effectiveness and the best quality in every Granite, Marble or Quartz Countertops project we are hired to work on for the Twin Cities community and the surrounding areas. Our company was founded under the great values of:

  • Professionalism
  • Commitment
  • Diligence
  • Cost-Effectiveness

Frequently asked questions

Why should I get new countertops?

New countertops are the best way to spruce up a kitchen that just needs the missing piece. New granite, quartz or marble countertops from Minneapolis Countertops will take your worn, dated countertops and replace them with a unique, wear resistant stone that will look beautiful and last for years.

What is granite?

Granite is an all-natural solid stone that is mined and quarried from the earth. It makes for a hard, solid, natural material for countertops that is heat resistant and best maintained if it is re-sealed once per year.

What is quartz?

Quartz is an engineered stone type made up of quartz pieces and stone fragments. It is created with style and longevity in mind, as it extremely resistant to scratches and chipping. The styles of quartz are nearly endless due to the human involvement, so there’s a style out there for you.

What is marble?

Marble is one of the most luxurious construction stones available. For use on countertops, its significant natural styling has been appealing in many styles for hundreds of years, meaning your marble countertops will not go out of style. It is an all-natural stone that is heat resistant and easily cut and formed to perfectly fit your space.

What are the differences between granite and quartz?

Though both remain stylish and popular options for those looking for new countertops, the biggest difference is that granite is an all-natural solid stone, while quartz is an engineered stone mixing multiple different types of stone pieces together. Additionally, quartz is typically cheaper than granite. Granite is also largely heat resistant while quartz does not retain those same heat-resistant properties.

How do I go about selecting the right material for my new counters?

Our expert countertop installers have been helping individuals come to the best decision for their new countertops for years. Our staff will walk through our selection with you to find what you need out of material, style and practicality. From there, we can get you the slabs you need and take the installation process from there.


881 Newcomb Street
St. Paul, MN 55106