What makes KSS different

The vision of becoming the best countertop fabricator in the state of Kentucky began in 2000. Kentucky Solid Surface was launched in a small “ garage shop” with a handful of tools and supplier connections. We have now outgrown multiple facilities, while expanding our reach across the entire state of Kentucky. Kentucky Solid Surface is a premium granite & quartz countertop fabricator and installer, serving central Kentucky for over 20 years.

Family owned and operated, our staff will provide the personal attention and professional service you expect. We invite you to visit one of our indoor slab galleries to view a large assortment of Cambria Quartz, Granite, & Marble. Our experienced and professional staff will gladly assist you in the selection process for your next project. Once all selections are made, A project manager will be assigned to your job and go over all details to ensure we provide exactly what you had envisioned. Next an experienced field technician will laser template your project to get the most accurate measurements possible, followed by CNC fabrication and installation. Every project is fabricated with our state of the art technology.

Our People

  • Family owned & operated
  • Presentable Professionals
  • Staffed Interior Designer
  • Experienced Installers
  • Partnerships with the very best Industrial & Design companies

The Process

  • Shop our Indoor Slab Gallery
  • Learn about granite vs quartz in our Interactive Showroom!
  • SELECT sinks, bowls, edge profiles and all the personal details
  • We’ll TEMPLATE and ask you to APPROVE the drawings before cutting
  • You’ll do A White Glove Test at INSTALLATION to make sure you love your new stone tops!


  • Laser Templating
  • CAD: Computer Aided Drafting
  • Slabsmith: Slab layout software
  • Robot & CNC fabrication
  • Seam Clamps


  • Fully Insured
  • Worker’s Comp & Unemployment taxes
  • Local taxes, go back into our community
  • Local, Legal Employees
  • All the “what if’s” are covered!
    (What if a piece breaks? What if an installer is hurt? What if something is damaged?)