FLOFORM Countertops

Countertops are our specialty. Since 1961.

Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops

Quartz, Porcelain, Laminate, Solid Surface, Granite, and Wood.

Over 60 years of experience fabricating and installing countertops in North America.

Family Owned. 13 Branches. 4 Manufacturing Facilities.

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FLOFORM Countertops

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Partial Slabs & Full Slabs

Partial Slabs & Full Slabs

Save Money with Quartz, Granite and Porcelain Partial Slabs

No middlemen and no extra markups. Save money and get the best quality countertops and stone fabrication for your project.


"I chose Floform for the second time. You have NO worries from start to finish."

I chose FLOFORM for the second time. You have NO worries from start to finish. They do everything: removal, tiling, electrical, plumbing, and installation. If issues arise…they totally deal with them. Floform’s products are excellent and prices reasonable. I LOVE my cast iron sink! Another perfect kitchen. Cheers!

"Highly recommended company "

As a tradesman that has seen countless countertop installations, Our family is thrilled with our experience with FLOFORM. Our designer was great to deal with along with our templater. FLOFORM absolutely rocked it with the installation (it took me two days to even notice the second seam in a very large section, great placement btw). Highly recommended company.

"Super people, excellent service!!!!"

FLOFORM Countertops recently installed quartz countertops in our kitchen & bathroom of our park model, complete with an under-mount sink in the kitchen. They were professional, caring, and extremely careful with the installation from start to finish. We had left our place while they were working, they texted us pictures and updates, and when they were finished waited for us to get home to make sure everything met with our approval. We would recommend them to anyone who asks us who completed the countertop work for us. Super people, excellent service!!!!
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Our Process

Our Process

FLOFORM offers a complete selection of countertop surfaces whose differences we can thoroughly explain.

Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops

To ensure perfect fit and finishing, we use only the latest digitizing technology and our trained staff to sell, measure, fabricate and install our products.

Renovating your countertops is one of the most exciting projects you can undertake.
What's the best countertop for you?

1 - Plan

There’s a lot to think about when designing a custom countertop, but with some upfront planning and a little help from FLOFORM, your renovation can be simpler. We take the guesswork out of creating a countertop so you can relax and enjoy.

2 - Measure

Accurate measurement is the critical first step in creating your new countertop. Our trained experts visit your home and use the latest technology to create a precise template to ensures a seamless fit.

3 - Fabricate

We use a two-step system when creating your countertops. First, state-of-the-art machines cut and polish your surface with the digital template as a guide. Second, skilled craftspeople polish the edges to your specifications.

4 - Install

An experienced FLOFORM team will manage every detail, working with you to get the beautiful results you expect. We’ve been known for our exceptional customer service for over 60 years.

Surfaces Options

FLOFORM Locations

1605 32nd Avenue NE

7630 Yellowhead Trail

1641 Commerce Ave

490 Henderson Dr.

10-710 Cynthia St.

2195 Queen St unit 120

4605B 23rd Street

201-620 Finlayson St.

38-5 Scurfield Boulevard

3983 E Pine Avenue, 140
Meridian, ID, 83642

9615 SW Allen Blvd,
Suite 101 – 103
Beaverton, OR, 97005

22445 76th Avenue S
Kent, WA, 98032

3293 W Seltice Way
Post Falls, ID 83854

Countertops - FAQ

1. What is Quartz Countertops made of?

It’s an extremely hard stone crystal mined directly from the earth. They are created from natural quartz. In fact, quartz is the hardest non-precious stone that can be found on the earth’s surface. It is a surface that is truly everlasting. They are man-made engineered, formed by 93% ground quartz combined with pigments and resins to create slabs that are non-porous, strong, and rival the beauty of quarry stones.

2. What is Granite made of?

Granite is hard and highly scratch-resistant; composed mainly of quartz and feldspar with minor amounts of mica, amphiboles, and other minerals. This mineral composition usually gives granite a red, pink, gray, or white color with dark mineral grains visible throughout the rock. Granite is also well known for its many world-famous natural exposures. These include Stone Mountain, Georgia; Yosemite Valley, California; Mount Rushmore, South Dakota; Pike’s Peak, Colorado; and White Mountains, New Hampshire. Granite products are ideal for countertops, vanities, and decorative exterior applications.

3. What is Solid Surface made of?

Solid surface countertops are made mainly from acrylic and polyester. It is composed of acrylic polymer and alumina trihydrate (ATH), a material derived from bauxite ore (bauxite is a sedimentary rock with a relatively high aluminum content). Corian is the original material of this type, created by DuPont scientists in 1967. A number of direct solid surface competitors to Corian have emerged since the expiration of DuPont’s patent on solid surfaces.

4. What is Laminate made of?

They are made from layers of plastic that are bonded to particleboard or kraft paper to create the countertop surface. These countertops are available in a wide variety of colors, textures, and patterns, ranging from options that look like marble to ones that mirror the appearance of stainless steel. The end result is a clean and finished surface that won’t put a huge strain on your budget. Laminate Countertops are offered in two collections: Flat Lay and Post-Form.

5. How do I prepare for my new countertop?

If appliances and fixtures are existing, please have them disconnected and removed to prevent any accidental damages. Because the material is awkward and heavy, we request that a clear path with lots of room is provided and that the workspace is vacant. Finally, a decision-maker over the age of 18 (preferably the Homeowner) must be present for the duration of the install, which lasts approximately three to four hours. Please have your countertops cleared prior to the installation crews arrival.

6. Will the countertop installation be noisy? Messy? Smelly?

Yes, yes, and yes. And while we take the utmost care while installing your countertops, there are loud tools required to complete the job. We have dust collection systems but the process is not 100% dust-free but you may want to drape or cover areas to contain the dust to the construction area. FLOFORM will leave the job-site in “broom swept” condition. Additionally, chemicals are often used. Epoxies and other glues can have a strong odor but are not a health concern with an open window.

7. Can I install my countertop?

For the purpose of safety, fit, finish, and warranty we always recommend taking advantage of our highly trained and experienced staff. At FLOFORM we offer a full-service experience that includes the installation. Our service crews are both equipped and prepared for installing any of our materials and are fully insured.