We are proud to be well into our second decade of producing spectacular surfaces for the people of Northeast Florida. However, as proud as we are of our past and our unequaled reputation, we aren’t called Marble Yesterday. We’re called Marble Today. That means we’re not resting on our laurels. Right now, you can find our area’s widest variety of materials and styles, including quartz and granite countertops. Our exclusive, nationally recognized facility in Palatka Florida uses among the most advanced technology in the industry to achieve the highest level of quality.
Plus, we can also help with more than Marble. From solid wood cabinets and much more, you’ll find it all at Marble Today. We are a locally-owned and operated family business and committed to taking your project to a whole new level.
At Marble Today, we fabricate more than 1,000 granite and quartz countertops every year at our state-of-the-art production facility in Palatka, Fla. We have invested millions of dollars on the latest technology to ensure our customers receive counters that (1) are checked for even the slightest imperfections, (2) are precisely cut for a near-perfect fit, (3) use only the best parts of every slab, and (4) have consistent, smooth and laser-straight edges.
The centerpiece of our technology is RoboCut, the stone industry’s only high-production dual-table waterjet/saw robot. Integrating both a high-pressure waterjet and 20HP direct-drive saw allows RoboCut to produce a finished cut product and that takes the guesswork out of counter fabrication. RoboCut utilizes the industry’s first photographic alignment system (RoboEyes) and control software that requires no programming and provides a uniquely precise result every time.
We also take full advantage of CAD technology, high-powered CNC machines, HD cameras and a slab-moving crane system that does all the heavy lifting for our team members. Our system is environmentally friendly, as we filter, process and re-use almost all our water onsite, creating virtually no waste or need for water containment.