Kitchen & Bath Countertop Installation in Austin Texas

Granite, Quartz, Marble, Travertine, and More

Your kitchen or bath’s new countertops are one of the most important parts of your remodel plans. This is where things happen. On your new countertop, food will be prepared, kids will sit, Christmas cards will be on display, wine glasses will rest, and more. The right custom countertop installation is central to your dream space and we understand the importance of right materials, and right fitting.

At Truetelligent, our remodeling, design, and installation team will help you decide the right material (whether marble, granite, or beyond) for your budget, find the best style for your larger remodel, and — of course — we’ll install your new countertops perfectly within your space. No matter the complexity.

If you’re wanting new countertops, our team is here to help.

Proud to serve the hill country.

  • Austin
  • Leander
  • Georgetown
  • Cedar Park
  • Spicewood
  • Marble Falls
  • Liberty Hill

What will your new custom countertop look like?

What Materials Can We Use in Your Countertops?

Quartz

Quartz countertops are durable and beautiful. In the natural state, quartz is a gorgeous, granular material. Using polymer bonding, in countertop form, Quartz is sparkling, modern, complex, and extremely resilient.

Marble

Luxury at its finest. Marble is known for its striking veins against a classic yet somewhat modern white backdrop — though, this can vary. Marble does require special sealing and treatment, however, to protect the stone.

Granite

Very popular, complex in color, and more resilient than other natural stones. Granite is in high demand for custom countertops as it requires less maintenance, matches many styles, and works great in kitchens.

Tile

Tile is a popular alternative to stone and it offers countless ways to customize the look over your counters. Keep in mind that tile often may introduce chipping concerns — which can be mitigated with good installation.

Travertine

Travertine is a natural stone deposited by hot springs and is a lovely material for custom countertops. It comes in warm, old-world colors — often browns and whites — and can be matched with many neutral design tones.

Custom & Beyond

Stainless steel, butcher block, concrete, recycled glass, soap stone, and more. Whatever material your custom countertops call for, the Truetelligent custom countertop installation team is here to make your vision reality.

Get Your Project Quoted by a Professional

You’ve got the needs, we’ve got the team. Our experience, professionalism, integrity, and focus on lasting quality means you’ll get everything you’re looking for. Let’s get started.

Steven Chisolm, President Truetelligent Services