"Crafting quality granite and marble countertops since 1905"

Your premiere choice for Granite,  Marble and Quartzite Countertops.

Technology and old world craftsmanship combine to create functional art for your home.



Founded in 1905 by Salvatore Sardo, Fordham Marble has stood the test of time. For more than 110 years, and under the guidance of the same family, Fordham Marble has built a rock solid reputation for superior workmanship and innovation one project at a time.


Fordham Marble's focus on craftsmanship and relationships, coupled with investments in the latest technologies has resulted in a superior product worthy of your next project.


Fordham Marble has been recognized by the Marble Institute of America, national television and various print publications.




Fordham Marble TRADITIONAL

Fordham Marble cares about our customers and it shows.

Visit our showroom for design assistance and inspiration for your next project.

At Fordham Marble, we care about our customers and it shows in every granite and marble project we create.


We take customer satisfaction and quality seriously. Come and visit our showroom and  experience first hand the attention to detail and care that goes into every design.


But don't  take our word for it. We will be happy to provide you with referrals or you can visit our testimonials page and hear what our customers are saying.  Read some reviews.

Fordham Marble MODERN







Underground marble quarry in Italy.

What is Marble?

Marble is metamorphosed sedimentary carbonate rock. Limestone or dolomite (carbonate rocks) are the typical base minerals. The recrystallization of the carbonate minerals result in Marble.


Often, the original structure of the carbonate rocks are modified during the metamorphism to render the marble unrecognizable from its original state. The swirling and veins in marble often result from mineral impurities which are in layers in the original limestone or dolomite.



What is granite?

Granite is normally a coarse grained igneous rock that is comprised of quartz, feldspars and micas. The quartz will be be the lighter color minerals with the remaining consisting of feldspars and muscovite. The dark minerals are hornblende or biotite. Granite is by far the most common rock found in the outer crust of the planet. Granite is formed by the cooling of magma in the ground.



brazil quarry

A small quarry outside Vitoria Brazil

What is Quartz?

As the name implies it is a countertop product that is made of quartz and resins. Before granite slabs were resined Engineered Stone had one major advantage over its natural counterpart, it was difficult to stain. Now with the advent of resined slabs that advantage is gone. The primary difference is the appearance. Man made products come in a large range of consistent colors which do not occur naturally in nature.


You often see engineered stone being used in commercial setting or contemporary ones. You get  to decide which look is best for your project.

quartz countertops

Quartz is also know as engineered stone.

Can you remove my counters?

We can remove and dispose of your old counters.  At Fordham Marble  we use the latest technology in our templating system.  This technology allows us to get the measurements of your kitchen countertops with out removing the old countertops.


Our customers will have the convienience of not being with out a kitchen during the fabrication process.




stainless steel sink

We can remove and dispose of  your countertops!

Do you have remnants?

Yes, we have one of the largest inventory of granite remnants around! We also have remnants and half slabs of engineered stone, marble, limestone, onyx and of course granite and many other types of stone remnants.







We stock remnants for use on smaller projects.

Questions and answers about Granite and Quartz Countertops.

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