WHY CHOOSE US?

MD Countertops is always committed to fair pricing, quality workmanship, and timely completion of projects. Our clients can choose from a large selection of both natural and man-made stones. MD Countertops features some of the most beautiful and exotic stones from around the world and is certified in all popular stone types including quartz, quartzite, granite, marble, soapstone, onyx and slate. Please visit our stone selection page. Call or visit our showroom to learn more.


MD Countertops provides excellent value and superior service; compare us to any of our competitors and you’ll see the difference.


At MD Countertops Quartz and Granite, we specialize in designing and creating custom-made countertops for home and business owners. We have been in operation since 1999 and have a team of highly motivated and experienced fabricators, designers, and granite countertop installers ready to work with you along every step of the way.


When we install the countertops for you, we give you a Twenty Five-year labor warranty. This shows the level of confidence that our granite contractors have in their work.

STONE SELECTIONS

Kitchen & Bath Countertops . Bar Tops. Fireplaces. Vanities. Granite. Marble look Quartz. Silestone. Caesarstone. Zodiaq. Quartz




Serving Our Clients for Over 20 Years

MD Countertops is a licensed & bonded company, serving all of Greater Toronto Area and other parts of Ontario with great care


Our promise to you:

“You will experience the beauty of the stone countertop at an affordable price and receive quality service.”
-Mr. Danish Nadeem "Director MD Countertops"

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FaQ’s

  • Can you repolish the edges of my existing countertop?
    We highly discourage our clients from refabricating their existing kitchen countertops. Considering that the countertop is already fixed, the fabricator may damage your kitchen cabinets and walls during the process. Hence, we do not accept this type of work.
  • Can I ask for a sample of the stone I wish to use for my countertop?
    Yes, you can pick up the free stone sample(s) from any of our branches any time during office hours.
    Do note, however, that granites and marbles are natural products which will always vary in color, shading, veining, and texture. Every piece will vary to a degree some more so than others. If this concerns you, we suggest you use a synthetic alternative, like engineered quartz or nano crystallized glass, instead.
    We require our clients to examine first the actual slabs before purchasing any of the materials.
  • What is the standard height for a backsplash?
    There is no standard height for backsplashes. Everything is customized to fit perfectly inside every kitchen.
    Typically, most of our clients have it at 18 inches to 22 inches. But, of course, it can go all the way up just below the upper cabinets if you prefer.
  • Do you have ready-made countertops?
    All our materials are sold as raw slabs. We can, however, custom-fabricate each piece to fit the measurement and the design of your kitchen countertop. Just send us the final detailed plan of your project so we can give you a rough estimate of the cost.
  • How do I take care of my kitchen countertop?
    For natural stones, such as granites and marbles, always seal your kitchen countertop as needed. For engineered quartz, on the other hand, sealing is highly discouraged.
    During every kitchen preparation, always remember to:
    a. Wipe up spills immediately;
    b. Use coasters or trays under all glasses, bottles, and cans;
    c. Always use a cutting board when cutting or chopping;
    d. Do not place hot items right off a stove or out of an oven directly on your countertop;
    e. Clean stone surfaces with a neutral cleaner or a mild dish washing liquid.
  • How long does it take for you to install a kitchen countertop?
    Typically, it takes us two to four days to complete a project for an average kitchen. We need a day or two to fabricate the edges of the slabs, and another day or two to install everything on site.
    In some cases, however, specific designs and specifications require more attention to details. Hence, we may need additional days to accomplish the project.
    Do note, however, that all transactions are on a “first come, first served” basis only
  • Will My Countertop Have Seams?
    One of the first few questions many homeowners ask us before having their countertops made is “Will it have seams?”
    Depending on (1.) the size and layout of your countertop or island, and (2.) the availability of the slab size, the answer can either be a “Yes” or a “No.”
    A simple wall-to-wall countertop with a length of a meter or two can be in one piece with a “0.60m x Random” granite slab size.
    An “L-shaped” or a “U-shaped” kitchen countertop, however, will, most likely, have a seam. Owners may opt to use larger slabs should they prefer it in one piece. But, of course, this will cost more. Besides, this does not guarantee that the stone’s dimension would suffice the area required by your project.
    Should a seam be unavoidable, incorporating it near a sink or the range is highly advisable. It will help cover most of the seam, leaving a minimum amount in view.
    During layout and design, a professional installer will always try to minimize the number of seams required and locate them in places that are as unobtrusive as possible. Moreover, he or she will “color match” the joining adhesive to help reduce the seams’ appearance.
  • Should I buy granite, marble, or engineered quartz?
    Granite, marble, and engineered quartz each have their advantages and disadvantages.
    If you need a surface which can handle day-to-day kitchen preparations, it is best to choose between granite or engineered quartz. However, if you prefer the elegance of marble instead, you can do so, too. Keep in mind, though, that it requires a little more upkeep and maintenance compared to the two other materials.
    When choosing a countertop material for your kitchen, consider your budget and lifestyle before making your final decision. Always remember that there is no such thing as a perfect countertop material
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