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At Rock-Tops Custom Granite and Stone Countertops we believe in craftsmanship, communication, and transparency. We proudly serve the Lake Minnetonka and Surrounding Twin Cities area. Whether it's a custom kitchen, bathroom, or even a full remodel--Rock-Tops is here to help with your project. Use our online estimate form to receive a quick and free estimate for your countertops, or give us a call to discuss today at 763-479-2948

Our Process

At Rock Tops we aim to help our customers navigate their project as seamlessly and effortlessly as possible, and it all starts with you.

1. Select Material

The first step in the process is to choose a material. We have quartz samples and remnants from past projects available, but there are a variety of suppliers and showrooms in the area as well.


2. Provide a Drawing

The next step is to get in touch with Rock Tops. Whether that be submitting a drawing of your project through the online form for an expedited quote, or simply giving us a call to discuss. 

3. Get Your Estimate

We will give you an estimate based your material selection in conjunction with the dimensions provided in your drawing.

Marble table

4. Let's Move Forward

Once you've confirmed your estimate we will schedule a digital template to verify all dimensions and provide you with a finalized quote. Your project will then be fabricated based on our template and we'll schedule an install date.

Marble table
Granite surfaces
Marble and granite
Granite Tile
Marble Floor


Exceptional Products

If you're looking to install new countertops or build a new home, you want to know which surface is best. Choosing which solid surface materials to use can be difficult. Each material has different properties that make them suitable for a variety of purposes. Learn more below:



Quartz, sometimes referred to as engineered stone, is a manmade solid surface material that is becoming extremely popular due to it's durability and wide range of colors Quartz is non-porous and resists staining much better than its natural stone counterparts.

Because of its manmade nature there are a plethora of styles, colors, and finishes to suit all tastes and needs.



Marble is a classic and elegant natural stone with a smooth fluidity in patterns and veining that has been used for centuries. It can be a great addition to any home if you are willing to take care of it. Marble is available in a number of colors and often has a polished or honed finish. It is more fragile than other natural stones both structurally and its susceptibility to etching/staining. View our Marble Care Guide for more information about marble countertops in your home.



Granite is an extremely popular choice amongst homeowners who are looking for a classic look and longevity that will leave your countertops looking the same for a lifetime. Available in a number of finishes and a plethora of colors, Granite will continue to be a mainstay in the stone industry.



Quartzite distinguishes itself from other natural stones with its hardness. It is generally much harder and more durable than its granite and marble counterparts, as well as more resistant to scratches. Quartzite is a porous material that will require sealing 1-2 times per year. 

Check out our Quartzite Care Guide for more info.

Where can I choose stone?

Popular Twin Cities Showroom Locations

We have quartz samples as well as remnants from past projects here at Rock Tops, but there are a number of showrooms in the area with a wide variety of materials to choose from as well.


10205 10th Ave N
Plymouth, MN 55441
(952) 486-6600


Terrazzo and Marble

7145 Sandburg Road
Golden Valley, MN 55427
P: 763.544.3333


Midwest Specialty Products LLC

1301 3rd Ave W
Shakopee, MN 55379
(952) 470-0403


Amsum and Ash

30 52nd Way NE
Minneapolis, MN 55421
(763) 571-8400


Cold Spring Granite

9775 85th Ave N,
Maple Grove, MN 55369
(763) 425-2876


Get in Touch 

Reach out today submit a drawing for a quick and free estimate, or simply to discuss your upcoming project!

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