F.A.Q.

Freequently Asked Questions

1
Which one is better, Granite or Quartz?

Both stones are excellent products for countertops and other applications; either one will last a lifetime.

The difference, however, is that Granite has the uniqueness and beauty that can't be duplicated, but it's a porous material and needs maintenance; On the other hand, Quartz has consistent design, and is Stain, and Scratch resistance, No maintenance at all.

2
Why are natural stone tops sealed?

Sealing is a common step taken on some stones as an extra precaution against staining.

Granite is sealed with a silicone based sealer to help prevent staining and water infiltration into the stone. Quartz does not need to be sealed.

3
How do I maintain my granite/natural stone countertop?

We recommend sealing your countertops annually. Clean your natural stone tops with anti-bacterial soap and water.

Natural stone cleaners are available for purchase, but soap and water works best. Quartz Countertops DOESN'T need to be sealed, EVER!!

4
Will my granite or quartz countertop have a seams?

Most stone countertops installations will require at least one or more joints (seams). During layout and design, we try to minimize the number of seams required.

5
What is the time frame of a kitchen counter installation?

Every job is unique, so there are a number of factors to consider before we can provide a solid time frame. Once templates have been taken, it could take about 1-2 weeks to get your countertops under normal circumstances.

The availability of faucets, cook-tops, and sinks on-site during the Template step; these may cause some delays. An average kitchen takes approximately four hours to install.

6
Which form of payment do you accept?

We accept payments on debit.