About JL Solid Stone

 JL Solid Stone has more than 15 years of experience and great reputation. We provide a free of charge estimate with no additional obligation. Our dedicated staff is trained to guide you through the process from the hand selection of your material to coordinating the final installation course. We are proud to say that we specialize in custom kitchen countertops, bathroom countertops, vanity tops, shower and tub decks, conference tables, fireplaces, Staircases and almost any type of custom project.

   We have an established relationship with multiple stone suppliers, Slabco, Easy Stone, Pacific Shore, OHM, AGM, JR Nature of Stone, M S International and more. We are honored to offer the highest quality stone materials at competitive prices, and personal service sets us apart from our competition. You are not one more project, we work directly with you to ensure design, fabrication, and installation within your budget. We are committed to exceed your expectation and provide you with the kitchen, bathroom and custom work you have always dreamed of.

Our Process

  • JL Solid Stone processes give availability to our team of experts to provide high-quality work while maintaining time and cost-efficiency. 

  • JL Solid Stone stands behind its works and provides supreme quality. The company's success is proven by many years of experience and customer service. 

  • We are proud to continue to service all Greenville, Spartanburg, Piedmont, South Carolina, North Carolina and more.

  • To start the process just give us a call to (864) 399-6566, (864) 236-5775. E-mail us to sales@jlsolidstone.com or fill out the following and one of our associates will contact you back to set a time for a FREE ESTIMATE! 

Our Quality Guarantee

Consistent quality takes hard work, attention to detail and systems for monitoring and assessing whether your products meet the standards you have set. Quality control is an ongoing process that touches everything from purchasing to manufacturing to distribution. Although you may buy your materials from the same sources, they won't always be the same. Variability is part of nature, and it's not possible to make something exactly the same every time. Machines wear out and need to be calibrated.

Even if you can't ensure that the materials you use are absolutely consistent, you can recognize inconsistencies and develop systems to compensate for them. When it's impossible to compensate, quality control processes guide your business in culling unsuitable items so they don't find their way into your customers' hands.