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In 2010, Clay Marques and Jon Mancini were working together in the stone industry, when they discovered they had a lot in common. They both valued transparency, the importance of customer interaction and satisfaction every step of the way, and the ability to genuinely take pride in their work. With these ideas in mind, they set out to create a niche for themselves in the industry by bringing together impeccable service, communication, and craftsmanship. In 2015, Boston Counters was born.
Headquartered in Woburn, MA, we’re a local company focused on helping like-minded and local homeowners, contractors, and businesses with both interior and exterior projects around New England. We work with trusted distributors who offer the highest quality natural stones, engineered quartz, and sintered surfaces which our skilled fabricators then sculpt into stunning, intricate custom pieces for each client.
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Clay Marques was introduced to the stone fabrication industry in 1999 by his father, who he would assist on weekends and vacations with cleaning and small tasks around the shop. Through this, Clay accumulated a broad and thorough understanding of stone, which he spent the next 10 years building upon. Spending a number of years at several large companies in Massachusetts and Florida, he worked his way through every facet of the business, gaining experience as a stone fabricator, installer, CNC operator, templater, and eventually shop manager. Because of this, our team at Boston Counters is able to execute even the most complex and intricate designs and offer trusted expertise on each project’s specifications that will ensure your investments are built to last.
Jon Mancini didn’t set out with intentions of being in the stone industry, but rather his skills and experience paved the way for a natural transition into the business. After graduating from Boston University, he spent five years working for the Red Sox, getting his start in group sales before moving to advertising and marketing. After the curse-breaking World Series win in 2004, he decided to switch gears and began marketing for a local stone company, where he accumulated industry knowledge and quickly became a top salesman. He discovered that the key to success was to ensure each client felt as though they were the only client, and that how they were treated throughout the sales process was as crucial as the product they were buying. It was at this time that he met Clay, and the two began a venture to make the process easier, more efficient and more logical on all fronts.