The Fabrication Process
When marble, granite, soapstone, and other natural stone types are cut into blocks or slabs and removed from the quarry, the natural stone fabrication process begins. A professional fabricator examines the grain of each unique piece and uses specialized equipment to cut and prepare the stone slabs according to design specifications. The PRO also fabricates and installs quartz surfaces.
Making interior design selections for your kitchen or bathroom isn’t always a simple task. It’s not just about the stone countertops you select. There are tile backsplashes, cabinet colors, flooring, paint, light fixtures, sinks and faucets. With so many decisions to make, feeling overwhelmed is not unusual. For clients who need that one to one consultation, professional designers can help you build the kitchen or bathroom of your dreams. The guidance and expertise of an experienced fabricator can help you feel more confident about your selections. A PRO can provide you with endless possibilities for custom countertop shapes and edges and other applications for commercial and residential properties. If you can imagine it, a skilled fabricator can create it.
Professional Installation Services
Finding the right natural stone or quartz surfaces for your home is just part of the design process; making sure it is properly installed is just as important. A Certified SurpHaces PRO Partner fabricator can provide professional installation services for granite countertops, marble vanity tops, travertine tub surrounds and showers, quartz countertops and surfaces, and much more. As a customer, your time and property are important to you. That’s why highly-qualified technicians work efficiently and effectively to ensure your installation experience goes as smoothly as possible.
Professional installation service includes:
- Removal and disposal of old tops, sink(s), dishwasher and cooktop
- Installation of new, custom natural stone or quartz countertops, sink(s), faucet(s), dishwasher and cooktop
- Instructions for proper care and maintenance including helpful Tips & Articles and, on our Caring For It page, we offer a free, downloadable Care Guide.