Our Installation Process

Please call us at 918-307-8900 for a free estimate.

We invite you to visit our showroom. Bring any measurements you may have and we can give you a quote based on your information.

If you do not have measurements we are happy to come measure for you absolutely free.

We offer 3 edge options at no additional charge or choose from one of our many upgrade edges.

We also have a selection of sinks at reduced pricing for all of our customers.

We offer removal of your existing counter tops and haul away for a flat fee of $200.

We can remove your old counter tops, install beautiful new granite and an optional stone or tile back splash all in one day.

In most cases, we can have your entire project from your first visit to our showroom to project completion in 14 days or less.

Come visit us today!

What Makes Granite Unique?

Granite is one of the most in-demand countertop materials in cosmopolitan kitchen design. Sometimes people think granite is just a blue stone but in fact it has many different colors and patterns.

Granite is made of large mineral grains that fit tightly together, which is where its name came from. Granite always consists of the minerals quartz and feldspar with or without a wide variety of other minerals (accessory minerals).

The quartz and feldspar generally give granite a light color, ranging from pinkish to white. But that light background color is punctuated by the darker accessory minerals. Thus classic granite has a "salt-and-pepper" look.

Granite is a strong stone since its mineral grains have grown tightly together during a very slow cooling period thus making it perfect for adding life and elegance to your kitchen while the price is significantly lower than marble.

Granite isn't just mined out of the ground and shipped to your home. First it is quarried then tested for strength and durability standards.
We are very happy with our new granite cabinet tops. Thank you for all the help. We appreciate the way you made everything right. We have given your business card to others we know that are interested in granite tops. Thanks again.
— David & Patty T.