Countertop Installation in Houston

We provide a high level of experience when it comes to countertop installation. We have served a large number of clients since 1993! Elite is a professional countertop installer serving both residential homes and commercial projects in the Houston and surrounding areas.

With over 25 year of experience in granite, marble, quartz, quartzite, and natural stone for kitchens, bathroom countertops and anything in the middle, Elite has a large portfolio in all of these areas.

Countertop Installations in Houston:

Granite Installations

Granite is one of the most popular and most used by our clients. Granite consists mainly of quartz, alkali feldspar, and plagioclase feldspar. The value of this popular product is defined by its availability. The rarer the material, the more original, or custom that granite will be.  Elite is an experienced granite countertop installation contractor.

Marble Installations 

Marble is known for its beauty and luxury. It is used practically everywhere: outdoor fountains and statues, indoor fire surrounds, Jacuzzis, as inlays on furniture, countertops and bar counters and much more. Hygienic, it traps little or no dirt and never gathers mold. Unlike granite, marble flooring is best in low traffic areas as it can stain and scratch.

Quartz Installations

Being one of the hardest surfaces on earth, quartz makes an ideal material for kitchen countertops. Its non-porous surface, beauty, and easy care makes quartz an exceptional match for any lifestyle

Quartzite Installations

Quartzite is a hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock which was originally pure quartz sandstone. Sandstone is converted into quartzite through heating and pressure usually related to tectonic compression within belts, which makes quartzite extremely hard and scratch resistant. Perfect for countertops!

Countertop Edges:


The half bullnose edge is a standard edge cut, this one is considered the most popular. This is the best standard edge if you want to show off how thick and solid your granite countertop is because it shows a greater cross-section of the slab.  Half Bullnose is one of our favorite countertop installations we recommend.


This type of edge is rounded to a semi-circular shape and the edges are popular because they add a warm and soft profile to the countertop. It’s also a good choice for a bathroom that will be used by small children, as there are no sharp corners or edges.


The square edge is one of the most basic cuts. This offers clean, sleek lines. The edge isn’t a perfect square; grooves can be seen to soften sharp corners. This type is best for drawing attention the other elements, such as the backsplash in a kitchen or bathroom.


A bevel is a cut made at a 45-degree angle along the top edge of the granite. Beveled edges come in many variations, including double bevels that feature the top and bottom edge cut at an angle or combining a bevel with other edge styles. In the past, a beveled edge was a sign that the stone countertop was cut from real stone.


If you want to draw attention to your granite countertops, a premium edge is a good way to do it. An ogee edge offers an eye-catching and elegant detail that resembles two sweeping arches that form an s-shaped curve. This type of edge is timeless and works well in traditional kitchens.