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Questions to ask a Granite Specialist

If you’re looking to decorate your kitchen or bathroom with granite, you can buy in bulk for the cheapest savings from a wholesaler or you can head to a retail home improvement store. You can also hire a contractor to install backsplashes, flooring, counter tops, or sink vanity tops. He or she can pick up the necessary supply items, materials, and tools from the manufacturer who distributes such things as slabs of quartz and granite, and tiles. The contractor may work as part of a large construction company or may work independently. Granite, a hard, coarse, igneous rock, is a durable material perfect for kitchen counter tops and flooring. It comes in slabs and can be cut down into smaller pieces. This rock is easy to clean and comes in many variations, providing a decorative look for any room. Ask some questions when you call for quotes so you can be armed with the best information possible.

  • Do you offer free estimates and quotes on installation?
    Many contractors will come out to your home and do some measurements before giving you a free quote on the cost of installation. Wholesalers, too, will give out a price for bulk slabs of granite before purchase so you know what you’re getting into.

  • Do you sell and install any other type of materials and stone, such as marble, for counter tops and flooring?
    Companies that sell granite usually also sell other types of rock and stone such as quartz and tile.

  • How can I care for my granite counter tops?
    Granite has many benefits: the surface has a certain depth to it, no two pieces are the same, it’s cool to the touch, hard to scratch, and easy to clean. Care for it by applying a sealer once a year.
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    A company which helps homeowners decorate their houses with granite might take one of two approaches. First, customers could go to companies which supply and distribute bulk quantities of this stone. Businesspeople in this field can help people obtain cheap slabs or tiles of granite. Alternately, contractors can be hired to help homeowners construct kitchen appliances and components out of granite.

    Companies offering granite might also stock other types of stone, such as include quartz and marble. Experience in this line of work should equip professionals to help clients select granite tiles or slabs best suited to a particular part of a house. Different kinds of rock would be required, for instance, for flooring and counter top surfaces. Businesses may also present customers with the option of manufacturing backsplashes to protect the kitchen's walls. Other applications for granite include the manufacture of vanity mirrors and sinks out of the stone.

    The range of activities required for installing granite can also ensure a wider range of professionals involved in making it available to homeowners. People with expertise in business, for instance, could specialize in offering bulk quantities of granite on a wholesale basis for home improvement and construction projects. Professionals skilled and knowledgeable in working with rock, on the other hand, might specialize in installing granite flooring, counter tops and other areas. Homeowners considering the use of granite should accordingly check in with any advisories offered by either type of professional. People can minimize their financial risks and maximize their potential gains.