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How often should I care for my granite countertop?

You should apply a spray on sealer every 6 months to 1 year (depending upon usage) to keep your granite countertop in great shape.

Do I need to do anything to maintain my granite countertop?

Put a few drops of water on the surface of your countertop and see if they bead up. If not, you can buy a sealant from any hardware store. To apply you simply spray on, let it haze up and then wipe with a clean cloth.

How do I care for my granite countertop?

Routine care for your granite countertop has become relatively easy. Hot water and a sponge is all you need to keep your granite counter tops clean and tidy throughout the day. At the end of the day, wipe the most heavily used areas with a good stone cleaner to clean, disinfect and protect!

If I choose to install a granite countertop for my kitchen or bathroom remodel, do I have the ability to choose my own slab?

Yes. We encourage our clients who are installing granite countertops to go to the quarry and select the slab from which their countertop will be cut.

If I have questions, who is my contact person?

Debbie DiMase takes care of Customer Service.

Who will be on the job?

Most jobs consist of a lead Carpenter and a helper on a day to day basis. The larger the job the more people present. During different phases of the job, different types of trade people will be onsite.

Do you use sub contractors?

Yes for specific jobs.

Do you offer a warranty on your work?

Yes, for one year.

Are your workers full time employees?

Yes our office staff & our field personnel are all full time workers.

What if I have a problem after the job is completed?

To ensure complete customer satisfaction, we offer a 1 and 1 Tune Up Program. One Month after a job is completed we make a visit to your home & check that everything pertaining to the original job is working properly. We will repeat this on the One Year anniversary. However, should you have a problem, […]