Whether you’re chopping up veggies for tonight’s dinner or getting ready for the day in the bathroom, you’re constantly depending on your countertops as a functional surface in your home.

If you would like to spruce up your countertops and create a beautiful kitchen or bathroom space, Countertop Surface Solutions is the professional team to call. We take the time to assess each and every one of our customers’ needs in order to find the perfect countertop option for you and your home. Whether you’re looking for functionality, attractiveness, or both, Countertop Surface Solutions is ready to update your space. We guarantee you’ll find the perfect piece for your home today!

Granite Countertops

Granite Countertops

Beautiful, strong,
and easy to maintain. Perfect for your Worthington Kitchens and Bathrooms Countertops.
Marble Countertops

Marble Countertops

Popular, luxurious,
and eye-catching. Perfect for your Worthington Countertops in the kitchen and bath.
Quartz Countertops

Quartz Countertops

Durable, bacteria-resistant,
and versatile. Perfect for your Worthington Kitchens Countertops.


For over 30 years, Countertop Surface Solutions has provided Worthington and the greater Columbus, OH area with pristine countertops. We aim to go above and beyond our customers’ needs and expectations with every job we complete. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff has an acute attention to detail, so you can rest assured that you will be satisfied with our services. Whether you would like granite, marble, or quartz countertops, Countertop Surface Solutions is sure to have the perfect slab for you.

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On February 20, 1808 the Worthington Academy was incorporated by the Ohio legislature and a brick building was constructed facing the northeast quadrant of the public square. Its bell now adorns Kilbourne Middle School. That same year James Kilbourne erected a commercial building for a newspaper. This building still stands at 679-681 High Street as the oldest commercial building in continuous use in the state.