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San Antonio Quartz & Granite Countertops

Designing & installing quartz and granite kitchen countertops in San Antonio, TX

We specialize in providing quartz and granite countertop installation services for San Antonio and other cities in the Central Texas area at affordable prices. Our kitchen and bathroom countertops and backsplashes come in a huge variety of choices. We’ve installed hundreds of granite and quartz kitchen counters in San Antonio and the surrounding areas. Odds are good that you already know someone who has had their countertops installed by Fox!

Our portfolio includes a wide representation of some of the many colors and patterns we have available here on our website. However, to really see the beauty and detail of this exceptional natural granite and quartz, you’ll have to view them in person at our San Antonio location. For granite and quartz countertops in San Antonio, TX, trust Fox Granite.


About Our San Antonio Granite 

At Fox Granite, we only offer the highest quality stone for our San Antonio granite customers. Carefully sourced from the mountains of South America, granite comes in a variety of natural hues like creams, browns, blues, blacks, and whites. Granite is a luxury product, and we aim to always meet the high-quality standards of the residents of San Antonio and the surrounding areas. If you’re looking for granite in San Antonio and the neighboring areas, trust the team at Fox Granite. 

About Our San Antonio Quartz

Quartz is a durable, attractive stone that tends to be more affordable than granite. At Fox Granite, we produce quartz for countertops that accentuate bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoor areas in a unique way. Like granite, our San Antonio quartz comes in a variety of colors like white, gray, black, tan, blue, and more. If you’re looking to add some style to the countertops of your home in a way that won’t break the ban, consider quartz countertops in San Antonio from Fox Granite. 

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Our team meets with you to discuss your project needs and provide a free quote.

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We schedule the project and take measurements for your new counters using the overlay template method.

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Using your template, we cut, fabricate, and polish the counters at our shop before they get brought to your home.

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Your granite or quartz countertops are installed, the sink is set, and one coat of sealer is applied to the granite before cleaning up and completing the work.

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Benefits of Quartz and Granite Countertops 

Increased Property Value

New granite or quartz countertops in San Antonio are a great way to increase the value of your home. It’s no secret that fine stone bathroom or kitchen countertops are sought after for home buyers, and when you already have them installed, that’s one less home improvement that they have to worry about. In turn, they’ll be more willing to pay a higher price for your already improved home. Increase the property value of your home with quartz or granite countertops in San Antonio and the surrounding areas.

Stunning First Impression

Quartz and granite countertops offer a high-end and classy style to any area of any home. When you upgrade countertops in a kitchen or a bathroom to granite or quartz, you’ll notice the difference immediately. Stunning colors and beautifully crafted corners will elevate your home in ways you never imagined. It’s for this reason that granite and quartz countertops are so sought after in the first place — they simply look great. For a home improvement that will leave a stunning first impression on guests, choose quartz or granite countertops in San Antonio, Texas from Fox Granite.

Unmatched Durability

There are no countertop options available that are more durable than quartz or granite countertops. With similar strength given the proper maintenance, you’re guaranteed to be able to enjoy your stone countertops for years to come. Granite or quartz countertops are far stronger than wood or other common countertop materials and look much better to boot. For the toughest bathroom or kitchen countertops in San Antonio and the surrounding area, look no further than the quartz and granite from Fox Granite.

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Videos and Resources

Fox Granite is a leading expert on granite and quartz countertops in San Antonio, TX. We pride ourselves on educating our potential clients as you prepare for an upcoming project and during the free in-home consultation. Along with appearing on A&E, our videos have garnered more than 180,000 views on our YouTube channel. These videos cover a wide range of topics including: choosing a granite slab, countertop maintenance, how to pick a sink, and much more.

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Why Choose Fox Granite For Kitchen Countertops in San Antonio?

Fox Granite has been the top installer of quartz and granite kitchen countertops in San Antonio and the surrounding area for over 10 years. Born from a deep understanding of fine stone and interior design, our team of professional countertop experts holds quality craftsmanship and attention to detail in the highest regard. When Fox Granite installs a countertop, it isn’t an add-on to another service — it’s what we specialize in. Whether you’re looking for a quartz countertop for your bathroom or an exotic granite countertop for your kitchen, our team of countertop installation professionals can make it happen. For the most trusted provider of quartz and granite countertops in San Antonio and the surrounding area, choose Fox Granite.


The final results were phenomenal – we absolutely love our granite!!
We have used Fox Granite for our countertops in our last two homes, including kitchen, bathrooms, bar, and laundry area. The customer service experience throughout the process was outstanding. Greg is extremely responsive and accommodating.
– Macy D.

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Very fast turnaround from template to installation. Extremely professional. Great choice in colors. Follow up was awesome and the entire crew communicated well throughout the process. Was very impressed that they were able to get one section of counter top without a seam!
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Frequently Asked Questions

Granite FAQs

Do granite countertops crack or chip easily?

Given proper care and maintenance, granite countertops rarely crack. There are some steps you can take to ensure granite chips or cracks. One of the easiest ways to avoid granite from cracking or chipping is to avoid sitting on the very edge. Additionally, use a trivet or pot holder when placing hot cooking pans or pots on your granite countertops. While granite is very heat resistant, the shock of a hot pan on a cold countertop could cause it to expand, which eventually leads to cracking. If you do see a crack in your granite countertop in San Antonio, reach out to the experts at Fox Granite as soon as you can. Cracking on a granite countertop tends to spread, and without immediate repair, it’s possible that an entire portion of your countertop could break off. 

Can stains be easily cleaned off of granite countertops?

Cleaning stains off of granite countertops is no different than cleaning stains off a standard countertop. Using a mix of mild soap or water, as well as ammonia-free window cleaner, wipe down your countertops to keep them clean and shiny. If your granite countertops are well sealed, they should not stain, so having to clean stains off of your granite countertops should be a rare occurrence. 

How is granite formed?

Granite is formed underneath the surface of the earth over a period of millions of years. When molten materials crystalize under extreme heat and pressure over this massive period of time, they turn into granite. As this molten material cools, larger crystals of granite become visible, which is then harvested for tables, countertops, and other granite-using furniture. 

Why is my new granite countertop already cracked?

Thanks to the crystalline structure of granite, they may sometimes have natural fissures that look like cracks but are not defects. These naturally occurring fissures do not impair the durability and functionality of the granite whatsoever. Some granite experts often seek out stones that have these fissures, as it’s considered an attractive feature on exquisite slabs of granite. 

Can a knife scratch a granite countertop?

Natural granite that is sold by companies like Fox Granite cannot be scratched using a standard kitchen knife. This is because granite is one of the earth’s hardest minerals. The Mohs Hardness Scale exists to identify and measure the hardness of a naturally occurring mineral. This scale scores diamond, earth’s hardest mineral, a 10. Granite is scored as a 7 on the Mohs hardness scale. Based on the Mohs Hardness Scale, standard kitchen knives can only scratch items with a hardness of 5.5 or less. 

Can my granite countertop function as a cutting board?

While granite countertops will not be damaged by using them as a cutting board, your knives will be severely dulled and damaged. Imagine that the Mohs Hardness Scale functions as “which material wins?” granite will easily beat out a standard kitchen knife, resulting in you damaging your favorite cooking tool. That’s why we always recommend using a cutting board instead of cutting food directly on your countertop. 

Quartz FAQs

Why is quartz a popular alternative to granite for countertops?

Quartz is a popular alternative to granite for countertops for several reasons, but the most important of these are price and availability. Quartz is almost always produced in a factory, while granite is almost always mined and processed directly from the earth. Since it’s produced in a factory, there’s an almost endless supply of quartz. This high availability is the main reason that quartz is so much cheaper than granite. But there are other reasons apart from cost that may urge homeowners to go for quartz countertops instead of granite, including 

  • Quartz is Nonporous: Since quartz is a nonporous material, it does not harbor bacteria like porous materials will, such as granite. 
  • Color Options: Quartz is available in just about any color you can imagine, from bright reds to sky blue and everything in between. Most often, people choose quartz countertops that best match their surroundings, opting for neutral colors like brown, black, or cream. 
  • Stain-resistant: Quartz is far more stain resistant than granite since it is nonporous. Oils, juices, wines, and coffees will not affect the color of your quartz countertops whatsoever. 

What is quartz?

Quartz is a crystalline form of a silicon diode and is the second most common mineral on the earth. As a mineral, quartz is durable and readily available, and this availability is why it’s often used as an alternative to granite for countertops. Quartz is also used in electronics, as well as several different construction applications. 

Where is quartz found naturally?

Due to how common the mineral quartz is, it can be found all over the world. But, the two largest natural quartz mines are found in Arkansas and Brazil. The world’s largest piece of natural quartz was found in Brazil, weighing in at a whopping 44 tons. Quartz can also be readily found on beaches, in rivers and deserts, and on mountaintops anywhere in the world. 

Is quartz heat resistant?

Quartz is much more heat resistant than other countertop materials like wood and Formica. But, when compared to granite, quartz is far less heat resistant, meaning you’ll need to take extra care when placing hot pans and pots on your countertop. Due to the resin components of quartz, the countertops are more vulnerable to direct heat. Make sure to always use hot pads, pot holders, and trivets when placing hot cooking tools on your quartz countertop. 

Where is quartz typically installed in a home for countertops?

Window sills, coffee tables, shower edges, fireplaces, and kitchen and bathroom countertops are all appropriate places for quartz construction. In commercial settings, quartz is commonly used for food service counters, conference tables, and reception tops. Quartz is not recommended for use outdoors as the UV rays from the sun can discolor and fade the stone.