Zimmer Marble Co Inc

1812 River Street, Jackson, MI 49202

(517) 787 -1500 

Hours of Operation:

We're Open 8 - 5 Monday through Friday

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Granite? Check. Quartz? You got it. Marble? Oh yeah.

Find your stone.

Granite Slab

Granite

People have been building with granite for millennia. It’s rich colors, unique veining, and strong properties make it the gold standard for bathroom and kitchen countertops. Though ideal for these applications, granite is a semi-porous stone. This means that a sealant should be applied to prevent staining. All of our granite is sealed with the best industrial-grade sealant before it leaves our fabrication facility. Additionally, granite remnants are a great way to add a touch of luxury to smaller spaces. Read more about natural stone here.

Quartz Slab

Quartz

Quartz is quickly becoming a favorite among homeowners and businesses due to its color-consistency and non-porous properties. Quartz is one of the hardest minerals on earth, making it a great durable and low maintenance option. It's an ideal choice for high-traffic areas like kitchens, bars, and bathrooms. Because it is a man-made material, it is very customizable. We carry the top brands in the industry, including Caesarstone, Zodiaq, MSI, Dwyer, Han Stone, Wilsonart, Viaterra, and many more!

Marble Slab

Marble

More porous than granite or quartz, marble is a softer stone favored by designers and homeowners who appreciate the ‘patina’ achieved as the countertop ages. Like fine wine and expensive cheese, marble gets better with age. Though durable, its softer properties make it more prone to scratching and etching. For this reason, marble is best suited to the bathroom and other low impact areas. Subtle color variations and unique veining contribute to the luxurious allure of marble. Read more about natural stone here.

Cultured Marble Slab

Cultured Marble

​Cultured marble is a man-made stone designed to mimic the look of marble with improved durability and lower cost. It is made by pouring a combination of stone particulate and resin onto a pre-made mold. There is an art to this that, when perfected, can transform your vanity tops or shower walls into works of art. We are the only company in Michigan that uses a flow-coat process when crafting cultured marble. Because we don’t spray-coat or back-fill, our colors run true all the way through!

 
Soapstone Slab

Soapstone

Durable, non-porous, and low maintenance, soapstone is becoming a favorite in the kitchen. Its dark coloring, subtle veining, and unique finish types strike the right balance between rustic beauty and modern functionality. Read more about natural stone here.

Travertine Slab

Travertine

Travertine is a natural stone that marks the midway point of limestone’s transformation into marble. It has a rich texture and comes in a variety of creamy hues ranging from white to rusty. Though beautiful, it is a very porous stone, so proper maintenance is key! Read more about natural stone here.

Quartzite Slab

Quartzite

Quartzite is one of the hardest minerals on earth. In its purest form, quartzite takes on the coloration of marble. As impurities are introduced, brilliant streaking runs throughout the stone. Quartzite is an ideal stone for the kitchen, especially for those who are looking for the aesthetic of marble yet the strength and durability of granite. Learn more about natural stone here.

 
Onyx Slab

Onyx

Onyx is a stunning stone that epitomizes luxury and pizzazz. Though fragile, in the right setting it carries an allure that is striking enough to warrant the extra maintenance. Typically not used for countertops, onyx is the perfect stone for making a decorative and dramatic statement. Read more about natural stone here.