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Granite Countertop

The natural stone or dimension stone slab (e.g. granite) is shaped using cutting and finishing equipment in the shop of the fabricator. The edges are commonly put on by hand-held routers, grinders, or CNC equipment. If the stone has a highly variegated pattern, the stone is laid out in final position in the shop for the customer’s inspection. Then the countertop assembly is installed on the job site by professionals.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us.

Measure Your Countertop

Measure your countertop from corner to corner and write down the length of each side of your countertop. These measurements will be used to create an initial estimate. If you need help with the measuring just give us a call (949) 525-4455 or Schedule a In-Home Consultation & our professional sales associates will be able to help you out!

Choose The Surface Material & Color

Click here to explore the different colors & materials for your new countertop. If you prefer to go over your options either visit our showroom or contact us and our Kitchen Designers will be happy to help you choose your next countertop. Our Designers will be able to create an initial estimate and place your order for you.

Schedule a Home Visit

Schedule an In-Home Consultation for final measurements & to create a template that will be used during fabrication of your countertops. Our sales professionals will place the order for your new Kitchen Countertops and will send the design to get ready for fabrication.

Installation

After placing your order, we will schedule a convenient time for you to have our kitchen countertop installers deliver & install your new countertops.

Need a Backsplash? Visit our Backsplash page to discover our wide selection of backsplash materials including: Granite, Tile & more.

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  • Resists Scratch/Heat
  • Resists Stains
  • Seamless Appearance
  • Anti-Microbial Protection
  • Warranty
  • Colors Available

LAMINATE

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  • No
  • 1 Year
  • 200+

SOLID SURFACE

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  • No
  • 10-15 Years
  • 200+

QUARTZ

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  • Yes
  • 15 Years
  • 60+

GRANITE

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  • No
  • 15 Years
  • 50+