Trio Surfaces Sets the Standard for Quartz Countertops in The Seattle Area

Trio Surfaces specializes in fabricating and installing exquisite quartz countertops and surfaces. 

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Certified Quartz Fabricator 

Reimagine Your Space With Quartz

Quartz is the pinnacle of engineered stone surfaces. It's composed of meticulously ground Quartz fragments bonded together with resin and pigments for unmatched beauty and durability. Whether you're seeking a sleek contemporary design for your kitchen or a timeless traditional aesthetic for your bathroom, quartz is a great option that is bound to impress. 

Why Choose Quartz?


Quartz is extremely durable. Its superior resistance to scratches, chips, and cracks surpasses that of many other materials, ensuring that your surfaces remain in pristine condition for years to come. 

Effortless Maintenance

Unlike natural stones such as granite and marble, Quartz is non-porous, meaning it doesn't absorb liquids or harbor bacteria. Quartz is easy to clean and a variety of cleaning products can be used. 

Stunning Aesthetic Appeal 

Quartz is available in a wide range of colors and patterns, making it easy to find the right match for your personal aesthetic. Whether you're looking for a bold statement piece or a subtle compliment to your existing home design, you're sure to find a quartz slab that is the perfect fit. 

Quartz Limitations

We do not recommend quartz for the following functions:

  • Outdoor applications
  • Fireplaces
  • Any surfaces receiving high heat

Ways to Incorporate Quartz Stone into Your Seattle Area Home 

Kitchen Countertops 

Bathroom Vanity Tops




Furniture Tops




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Explore our extensive collection of premium Quartz slabs. 


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Why We Are Seattleā€™s Leading Quartz Fabricator 

Precision Technology

Professional Expertise and Training

Craftsmanship Meets Innovation

Frequently Asked Questions About Quartz 

How much are quartz countertops? 

The cost of your quartz countertops or surfaces will vary significantly depending on factors such as the type of project, the square footage of the area being covered, and the fabrication and installation requirements. However, on average, quartz typically ranges from $50 to $150 per square foot. During your consultation, our fabricators will provide the financial details you need for an informed decision. 

Which is better - quartz vs granite countertops? 

Both Quartz and Granite have their own list of pros and cons. They come in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and designs, however, with granite, you may be more limited to the fact that it is naturally occurring. Granite is highly porous, making it less stain-resistant than quartz and it also requires a periodic sealing treatment, which can be potentially burdensome. 

Ultimately, the choice between granite and quartz countertops depends on individual taste, budget, and functionality requirements. 

How do you create quartz slabs? 

We utilize cutting-edge technology, including our D2 scanner paired with industry-leading Horus software, to digitally capture each slab with remarkable precision. This process yields high-resolution images, enabling us to craft accurate 2D or 3D digital models tailored to our clients' specifications. Subsequently, our machinery, coupled with the expertise of our in-house fabricators, ensures meticulous cutting and shaping of quartz to exact dimensions without compromising quality. Our commitment to excellence results in flawless outcomes each and every time. 


(253) 878-6269

Your Quartz Countertops Await With Trio Surfaces 

2880 W Valley Hwy N Suite 102
Auburn, WA 98001