Choosing a Granite Installer Company

Do you want to have an ideal granite countertop, the best possible turn around time and the best quality? Of course, yes. But choosing a granite installer is rather difficult. All customers want to get the best service and don’t want to overpay. Let’s start by looking for granite fabricator.

Internet helps us to find a lot of companies, but it’s more useful to search companies in your region. So try to find, for example, “granite countertops Bay Area” or “granite San Carlos”.

Internet site should be convenient. It means that the company takes care about its customers. After this step you should choose granite color for your new countertop. It’s so difficult to understand what countertop color is right for you by internet. I recommend visiting a showroom – there you can even take some samples home and see how it matches. If you plan on visiting stone showroom – choose company in your region near you house or work, it will save you a lot of time.

How to contact installer and get an estimate?

Usually you can fill out an online estimate form and then the company representative will contact you at your best convenience. You can also use a direct call and schedule an appointment or just drop in. Your other option is to request an estimator to come to your home site, but there may be a fee for that. However some companies provide a free at home estimate if requested. This is very important, because if you are not a construction guru or an architect, it’s difficult to make a plan of your counter by yourself.

After discussing your project and getting an estimate you should make a decision about contracting. If price is affordable for you and staff is expert and ready to help, you should conclude contract with this installer and don’t waste your time for searching for a better deal. Good luck!

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