RENAISSANCE SLAB YARD
LARGE INDOOR SLAB YARD
Granite countertops don't
depreciate in value and they add value to your home. They are durable and sanitary- bacterial contamination is not a problem with granite.
Marble countertops provide a very durable stone that has a luxurious appearance. Marble naturally stays cool, which makes it perfect for rolling dough, pastries and even ice cream. It is a softer stone than granite.
Quartzite countertops provide a natural stone that is extremely resistant to heat and everyday wear and tear. It has low porosity, which allows it to be stain-resistant. Colors remain unchanged forever.
Porcelain countertops are designed to be very durable and essentially scratch proof. They are stain resistant to most liquids and chemicals. Technology allows for stunning and natural looking designs.
Quartz countertops are non-porous so they resist staining much better than granite, marble and concrete. They stand up to any liquid and the non-porous surface means that it will not harbor bacteria or viruses.
Neolith countertops are extremely durable and are virtually scratch proof. Additionally, Neolith is very heat resistant. You won't see any heat damage or scorch marks when placing hot pans on the surface.
Our inventory is a live, running inventory meaning it will show how many slabs are available of each color and is updated daily. This allows for customers to plan out their projects with precision as they know exactly how much material is available.
There is also a section dedicated to our products currently on clearance including discounted single slabs.
CONTACT & LOCATION
For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call us or fill out the following form:
Office & Slab Yard
Monday - Friday: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
525 N 3050 E, Suite #4
St. George, UT 84790
Get a quote: (435) 628-9671
At Renaissance Slab Yard we value quality & craftsmanship with any finished product. Give us a call for a free quote! We offer the finest countertops as well as custom work beyond countertops. Serving all of St. George & Southern Utah.