Boston Granite Exchange is the premier natural stone wholesaler for homeowners converting ideas into reality. Explore our website to learn about natural stones, quartz and porcelain to identify the material that best meets your lifestyle. As an importer and supplier, we offer the largest selection of natural stone slabs in New England. We import granite and marble and other natural stones from all over the world so you can first explore online and then plan your visit to choose the perfect stone for your home and budget.

Once you have chosen your quartz, porcelain, or natural stone slab from our showroom, we deliver to your fabricator for them to prepare the stone for installation at your home.

New addition to The BGE Quartz Collection

BGE welcomes Obsidiana by COMPAC, a new sustainable surface with all the qualities of quartz, made of recycled and recyclable material, including almost 100% recycled glass.

Learn more about Obsidiana.

Where Are You Now?

The majority of our showroom visitors are remodeling their kitchen. To help manage your time and expectations, we recommend you plan a Visit to one of our showrooms to select the quartz, porcelain or natural stone for your countertops approximately one month in advance of countertop installation.

Time to install a countertop

Are You Here?

If you are not within a month of installation of your kitchen countertops, browse our Explore pages to compare natural stones, quartz and porcelain, learn more, and hone in on materials that best meet your lifestyle. Then plan your Visit when you are closer to kitchen countertop installation as slabs can only be held for up to seven days. We realize most people are very busy and time is precious, so we want to help you plan and time your visit to not be frustrated. You are certainly welcome to visit one of our showrooms whenever you want!

Why Boston Granite Exchange?

BGE feels like family and brings home our mission to bring our customers’ visions to life. Thank you to everyone at Boston Granite Exchange for helping us in our mission to make our customers’ dreams come true.

Amie, Purchasing Manager
Discover Marble and Granite

Homeowners visit our showrooms for the large selection of beautiful, quality natural stones sourced from around the world. Whether remodeling a kitchen or renovating a bathroom, homeowners choose BGE for our knowledge and passion for natural stones’ beauty. We offer a superior showroom experience including state-of-the art lighting.

Kitchen and bath dealers and fabricators recommend Boston Granite Exchange as they know we will do all that is possible to best serve them and their customers. As New Englanders, we are proud of what we do and passionate about building relationships to help bring the beauty of natural stone into people’s homes for years to come.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is quartz?

Quartz is an engineered stone, so it is a fabricated stone not a natural stone such as marble or granite.

What is porcelain?
Porcelain is an ecofriendly, man-made material comprised of up to 94% clay, feldspar and silicon. The remaining percentage is glass, enamels, pigment and binder. Porcelain is processed under extremely high pressure and temperatures to create a strong, durable solution with a hardness of 7-9 on the Mohs scale. Because of its unique manufacturing process, porcelain slabs are available in larger formats and much thinner densities than other surfaces.
How does Boston Granite Exchange fit into a home project?

The roles of the various parties can be confusing! Boston Granite Exchange has multiple showrooms for you to visit and select the stone and the actual slabs that you want for your project. The majority of our visitors are remodeling their kitchen, but we also help people select stones for an outside kitchen, a countertop for a bar, a fireplace surround, an accent wall, and shower surrounds as well as marble floors. Visit us to select your natural stone or quartz design, and we will deliver the stone to the fabricator to prepare and install the stone for you.

What is a fabricator, and how do you work with them?

A fabricator converts the natural stone or quartz slab into the finished product — whether a fireplace surround, kitchen countertops, vanity top or bar as examples. The fabricator cuts the stone and typically installs it. At Boston Granite Exchange, fabricators are our customers, and we deliver the slabs or materials to them regularly.

How many slabs will I need for my kitchen countertops?

Your fabricator will assist you in determining the number of slabs you will need based on the countertop design and dimensions.

Do you have natural stones from the United States?

Yes, we do.


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