About

About Us

West Coast Marble & Granite's foundation lies on the idea that every living space should be beautiful. The company was founded in Southern California 1987, by Ashur Gorgis, a young man with aspiring dreams. The business has since grown to three locations which reside in Oxnard, Camarillo, and Sun Valley. Our passion for natural and machine processed stones drives us to keep making each living space extravagant one job at a time.

Our 31+ years of experience enables us to tackle any obstacle or job, big or small. Here at West Coast Marble & Granite, we specialize in kitchens, bathrooms, floors, fireplaces, barbeque tops, and staircases. These projects can be attained in many different types of material. Some examples include Quartz, Granite, Marble, Quartzite, Porcelain, and Travertine. We do fabrication, installation, and if required, demolition.

FAQ

Q: Does West Coast Marble & Granite apply sealer on all natural stones?
A: Yes, after we install your natural stone, we will apply sealer.

Q: Does West Coast Marble & Granite provide sealer?
A: We sell sealer for after the first layer has worn off.

Q: How do I protect my marble/granite countertops?
A: Marble: To protect your marble countertop, it is recommended you avoid spilling anything on it because marble tends to absorb liquids fast. Sharp knives may scratch the surface, so a cutting board is key to preventing this. A guide on how to reapply sealer yourself will be useful as sealer helps avert liquids from seeping into the marble and prevents scratches.

A: Granite: To protect your granite countertop, you can again reapply sealer after our required application has worn off, however granite countertops are moisture-resistant by nature so liquids do not seep into the granite as fast. Due to this feature, most people are recommended to choose a granite countertop for their kitchen because it is an exceptionally hard stone and absorbs liquid less.

Q: Can I cut on my granite countertop?
A: Yes, granite is much harder than marble and can rank up to a 7 on Mohs hardness scale meaning the granite will not be scratched however your knife will become duller.

Q: Can my granite countertop become damaged?
A: Although granite is extremely durable and hard, this does not mean that intentional high impact blows with a sharp object will not create tiny chips. This is due to the crystalline structure of granite.

Q: What is the difference between Granite, Marble, and Quartz?
A: Granite and marble are natural stones whereas Quartz is a machine processed natural stone.

Procedure

Below is the outline for a normal procedure our company follows to install your new purchase:


1. Measurements of job are taken. (We will do this)

2. Estimate of job is given. (We always keep the customer in mind and give reasonable prices)

3. Contract is signed. (Job will begin)

4. Deposit is paid. (Material to be paid in full)

5. Fabrication is completed. (Slab has been manufactured and is ready to be installed)

6. Installation is completed. (Remaining balance must be paid)