We have answered the most commonly asked questions below. If you have any additional questions or concerns, we encourage you to Contact Us by phone or email and we will be pleased discuss them with you.
What is your square footage price?
Every project is different. In addition to square footage, special considerations have to be made for a variety of other details including: material properties that affect fabrication and/or installation, project intricacies, edge details, sink types, and location of the project. Because these factors vary for each project, we do not have a uniform square footage price. It is best to Contact Us directly and we will gladly and promptly provide you with a free estimate.
Do you only fabricate granite or do you also work with other materials?
We work with a variety of both natural and manufactured stone slabs: Granite, Marble, Onyx, Travertine, Quartzite, Soapstone, Slate, Limestone, and a variety of Quartz. Please refer to our Slab Suppliers page to see a list of the local suppliers we work with. Be sure to ask about of fabricators discounted pricing.
What is your turn around time and will any fabrication be done at my home?
Typically, there is a week to a week and a half turnaround time from your template date to install date. Most projects are usually installed in only 1 day; however, larger projects may take longer. All of our fabrication is completed at our shop, with only minimal touch ups needed at your home upon installation.
How do I get an estimate?
For your convenience, we have 3 easy ways that you can get a FREE estimate: In-Home, In-Office, or Send in your drawings. Please see the Our Process page for more details.
How do I care for my countertops?
Your material will be sealed prior to leaving our premises, but we do recommend that you seal your material every 6 months to 1 year, depending on the material you have selected. Please see your local granite supplier for their recommendations on sealers. Daily granite countertop care is as easy as cleaning with a mild dishwashing liquid or a natural stone cleaner. If needed, a synthetic scrubbing pad can also be used to clean your granite counters. Please, do not use normal abrasive cleaners (i.e. Windex, Softscrub, Pinesol, 409, etc.) on your natural stone counters because they can eventually dull the surface of your stone and strip the sealer. More information is also provided in Our Contract Terms.