Legacy Stone creates custom crafted countertops, vanity tops, fireplace and tub surrounds in natural stone and quartz. We also offer food boards – handmade from salvaged natural stone.
We genuinely just love what we do, and are fortunate to work with the very best in the industry at every step of the way. Our suppliers source only the highest quality materials, our customer service is thoughtful and genuine, and our fabrication and installation teams are true artisans.
We believe that great design and craftsmanship shouldn’t have to come at a premium, and we pride ourselves on making the process easy and accessible.Jessica Ovani
How to do business with Legacy Stone:
Contact and Location:
- Phone: 774-420-2075
- Location: Worcester, MA
Special Hours & Protocols:
- M-F 8am-5pm
- Saturday 8am-2pm
- Sunday Closed
Legacy Stone specializes in remote consultations and quotes, so in most cases, clients can complete the process entirely from the comfort and safety of their home.
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About Jessica Ovani
Tell us about you and how you got started:
I’ve always been a rock nerd with a passion for design. Paired with a background in sales and marketing, the natural stone industry was a perfect fit. Where else can I wear a blazer one minute and use power tools the next?!
What are your favorite resources:
“Women in Stone,” a part of the “Natural Stone Institute,” provides resources such as education, mentorship and networking opportunities. You can often find me taking continuing education classes, and participating in their roundtables and webinars. As a business owner in a male dominated industry, their support has been invaluable!
Any advice for others that are trying to start a project or business:
One of my favorite quotes is, “The secret of life, though, is to fall seven times and to get up eight times.” There will always be a new challenge when you least expect it, but part of the fun of being a business owner is navigating those challenges and proving to yourself how capable you really are. Everyone makes mistakes along the way. The trick is to try again.