Onto countertops – what’s a framework without its essence, its backbone?
Consultation with our countertop specialists will provide you guidance and information for all the options including the pros and cons of each available material.
Examples of countertop options:
Option (A): Natural stone such as: granite, marble, onyx, quartzite or travertine.
Option (B): Engineered Quartz stone by several brand such as: Caesarstone, Diama Stone, Q-Stone.
A thorough look and calculation of your current or future kitchen counter area design and measurements. Providing a few options for a budget friendly shopper along with a detailed description of the custom fabrication process and what the cost includes. Also considering that the price can be lower or higher depending on the stone choice and its finish such as leather or polished.
We arrange a convenient time for you and us to come-in for the initial visit to your home or workspace to complete an exact template of the space. According to the final measurements we will be custom cutting the finalized stone material of your choice.
Custom countertop fabrication, including all the cut-outs necessary, edging, profiling, delivery and installation and everything in between. A Complete job from start to finish, with no hidden costs or fees, along with professional customer support.
Countertop restoring is a process of repairing and refinishing an existing kitchen counter or bathroom vanity to extend its functional life, without replacement.
The process involves the application of a very hard and durable acrylic coating to the existing counter. Countertop restoring works equally well on kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, laminate breakfast bars, and even cultured marble sink vanities.
Most all tile, cultured marble, Corian®, Formica®, Wilsonart® and other laminate countertops can be restored. Countertop refinishing has been popular for years, but recent technological advances have made countertop restoring more durable, affordable and attractive to homeowners.
Countertop restoring is almost always more affordable than replacing old and worn countertops, and especially custom countertops or large counters with curves and unique angles.
Countertop refinishing will typically save homeowners 30% to 50% over total replacement costs.
Please let us know ahead of time if you would like to cancel the appointment.