Porcelain Countertops

Porcelain Countertop Options

Below is only a sample of what we carry and some material might be out of stock. Please contact us to learn more about our full inventory!


Porcelain countertops, a man-made choice, have gained popularity for their sleek and modern appearance. Predominantly imported from Spain and Italy, with some production in Tennessee, these countertops are crafted from a blend of China clay, rich in kaolinite, along with silica, feldspar, and other minerals. They undergo a high-temperature firing process in a kiln, often followed by glazing and a second firing, to achieve their distinct finish and durability. This process makes porcelain countertops highly resistant to stains, scratching, heat, and etching, making them a practical option for both indoor and outdoor settings.

Despite their durability, porcelain countertops do have some vulnerabilities. They can crack or chip if subjected to blunt force, and such damage may be challenging to repair discreetly. This fragility is particularly evident during fabrication and installation, requiring skilled professionals for handling. Additionally, while they are non-porous, resistant to water absorption, and do not require sealing, their thinness (typically 0.25-0.5 inches) limits edge design options. Porcelain’s heat resistance is notable, with some manufacturers even incorporating induction burners into the countertop surface for a seamless design. However, the risk of chipping or cracking from impact remains a concern, potentially affecting the longevity and aesthetic of the countertop over time.