Residential Countertops and Installation

We’ve designed and installed hundreds of granite countertops in homes all over Utah.

Residential Services Unique to the Personality of Your Home

Bedrock Quartz has the experience, people and resources to take care of your granite countertop and installation needs, whether it’s one super custom home per year or ten production homes per week. Most of our work is centered along the Wasatch Front, from Ogden all the way down to Payson, although we are very often in areas beyond. We approach every house as if it were our own. Your home is unique and deserves care and attention to make it even better. Our team of designers and fabricators will make sure that happens for you.

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We offer:

  • On-time delivery
  • Quick turnaround times
  • Competitive pricing
  • Large in-stock material selection
  • Best-in-class technology
  • Automated equipment and systems that enable us to readily handle high volume needs
  • Dedicated project manager to handle your specific project questions and needs
  • Qualified and helpful staff

Fixing Competitor’s Mistake – Four years ago, we redid our kitchen and installed Granite Counter Tops from one of Bedrock Quartz’s competitors. Last week the sink fell down. After talking with the other granite top company they first said that it was not covered because they did not install the sink – our plumber did. When talking with my contractor, he confirmed that the granite company installed the sink. I called him back. He then said, it was not covered because our plumber “somehow” messed with the curing process. When I asked him how he knew that, he never answered me. When I pressed and talked about going somewhere else, he said, “go with someone else.” So I went to Robert at Bedrock Quartz. Within 12 hours, Robert had me set up. Within 24 hours my sink was back up and done for almost half of what his competitor quoted me. If and when I ever need anything having to do with granite, Robert at Bedrock Quartz will be the guy and company I go to – and so should you.

Roger T.
August 6, 2016