At Sturgis Materials, you can find the perfect stone slabs for every home, building, and exterior application. We precision-cut these slabs to your specifications to surpass your expectations.
Visit our showroom and bring your plans, ideas, and dreams. Our fabrication department can make them a reality.
At Sturgis Materials, we commonly work with limestone, granite, marble, bluestone, and soapstone, for both interiors and exteriors.
Our on-site cut stone facility allows us to constantly monitor and supervise production to ensure precision and accuracy. Attention-to-detail is our forte, which is why we’ve been entrusted to provide custom-cut stone for a variety of projects, some of which you’ll certainly recognize.
Depending on how you’ll use the cut stone, our stone fabrication department will help you choose the type best suited for your project or application.
Refer to the chart below, or contact our stone fabrication department for more information by calling 913-371-7757 or by sending us an email.
Add a sophisticated element to your home with natural marble.
Marble is ideal for foyers, bathrooms, floors, and hearths. Found naturally in the mountainous regions of Canada, Italy, Germany, Spain, and the U.S., marble is beautiful and elegant. A popular countertop choice, it also works well for fireplace facings, walls, and windowsills.
Its easy maintenance makes it a natural choice; care for it much like you would a find wood finish, using coasters and cleaning up spills immediately.
Exceptionally strong, there’s a place for granite outdoors as well as indoors. Perfect for heavily-used surfaces like kitchen countertops and floors, granite is quarried from mountains in Italy, India, and the U.S.
In recent years, it has become one of the most popular stones on the market thanks to its array of colors and patterns and ability to resist heat from cookware. It’s also bacteria-resistant, making it in-demand for kitchens and bathrooms. Nearly impossible to scratch, granite will continue looking beautiful with proper cleaning, although sealants may be necessary.
Limestone is widely used as a building stone because it is readily available and easy to handle. Popular applications include countertops, flooring, interior and exterior wall cladding, and exterior paving.