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What to Expect When Buying Countertops.

Stone countertops are a fantastic addition to any kitchen or bathroom remodel. Not only do they add style and sophistication to the space, but they also provide a durable and long-lasting surface for daily use. If you're considering purchasing new countertops, here is a step-by-step guide to the process of buying stone countertops.

  1. Schedule a Measure for Accurate Pricing

The first step in buying stone countertops is to schedule a measure. This ensures that you receive accurate pricing for the project. A professional will come to your home to take measurements, which will be used to determine the amount of material needed and the cost of the project. If you already have a layout from your cabinet company or your own measurements, you can email that over to us as well.

  1. Browse and Select a Material

The next step is to browse and select a material. Granite and quartz are two of the most popular materials for stone countertops. Granite is a natural stone that comes in a variety of colors and patterns, while quartz is a man-made material that can mimic the look of natural stone. Both materials are durable and easy to maintain.

  1. Draw Up an Estimate

Once you've selected your material, an estimate will be drawn up. This will include the cost of the materials, labor, and any additional services such as plumbing or demolition. It's important to review the estimate carefully and ask any questions you may have before moving forward.

  1. Approval of Estimate and Deposit

If you're happy with the estimate, the next step is to make a deposit to secure your spot on the schedule. This will allow the company to order the materials and begin planning your project.

  1. Schedule a Template

After the deposit is made, a template will be scheduled. This involves the removal of old tops and exposing the base cabinets. It's important to clear out the space before the template date to ensure a smooth process.

  1. Fabrication Process

The fabrication process is next, where the fabricators will cut and polish your custom countertops. This stage can take anywhere from 3 days to 2 weeks, depending on the complexity of the project.

  1. Installation

The installation is the next step, which usually only takes a few hours. The fabricators will carefully install your new countertops and make any necessary adjustments.

  1. Plumbing

If plumbing is required, this will be the next step. It could take up to a few days after the installation, depending on scheduling.

  1. Enjoy Your New Countertops

The last step is to enjoy your new countertops and show them off to your guests! Stone countertops add value to your home and provide a durable and stylish surface for daily use.

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