Either email/fax us the dimensions of your cabinets, or we will send out a professional to take measurements at your home for a small fee which can later be applied to the cost of the job. We will use the provided dimensions to generate an estimate for your job. Feel free to dowload our sketch sheet below and watch our video to learn how to properly measure your cabinets for the most accurate counter top measurement.
For Granite and Natural Stone, There are 4 different slab yards that we work with around the city. You must visit one of these locations (typically the location that is most convenient for you) and select a material to use for your job. Keep in mind, this material that you chose will be tagged and sold to us for fabrication.
Here are the names and addresses of the 4 slab yards that you can visit
302 W Steuben St, Pittsburgh, PA 15205. (412) 921-6740
3812 William Flinn Hwy, Allison Park, PA 15101. (412) 837-2642
104 Tri County Dr #6, Freedom, PA 15042. (724) 774-1480
201 Ann St, Oakmont, PA 15139. (412) 828-1772
627 Market St. McKeesport,PA 15132. 412-896-9266
In order to provide the most accurate fabrication of your counter tops, we require a template of your counter top layout before beginning the fabrication process. Prior to installation you will want to make sure that your existing countertop is removed from the cabinets to allow for proper templating. We offer existing countertop removal / disposal services if they are requested in advance of the templating. Our Templater will contact you to schedule a time that is convenient for you for templating / measurements. All cabinets will need to be permanently attached before we can template. We will also gather any missing information we will need, such as sink and faucet hole information, cooktop information, edge selection(s), etc.
By this point we will have measured or templated your kitchen, you’ll have signed our standard contract, and we’ll be ready to order the slabs required for your installation.
When your slab(s) arrive, we will screen your slabs for cracks and use our best judgment to verify that the material is of good quality and suitable for use. We will fabricate the slabs in a way to create the fewest seams possible while ordering as few slabs of material as possible. Again, we will do our best in layout to make your finished job looks as good as possible. We encourage you to schedule a time to stop at our shop after the proposed layout is complete to view the slab and approve the layout. At that time, we can make any changes to emphasize areas you’d like to see in the final product or avoid areas you don’t care for. We want you to be happy with your material, so please do not hesitate to voice your concerns before we have started fabrication. Learn more about the granite fabrication process by reading our blog!
Once the material has been fabricated, it is now time to install your new counter tops. Our professional installers will arrive on site to complete your job and to ensure that you are happy with the final outcome. Here are some quick tips for installation day:
counter tops are extremely durable and very easy to maintain. We recommend that you seal your granite counter tops once per year to prevent stains and to prolong the life of the material. Sealer can be purchased at most local hardware and home supply stores. Or, our professional will come and provide a maintenance service which involves professional cleaning and sealing.
counter tops do not require an annual seal, however, you should clean your counter tops often. Because quartz surface engineering is so powerful, it is very resistant to damage by chemicals. But, you’ll want to avoid using heavy duty bleaches or acids, like lye, on your countertops. Many commercial oven cleaners and drain cleaners use these chemicals so read the labels and avoid them.