Choosing the Right Countertop
First, create a drawing of your space. It is best to create a bird’s eye view and include measurements. Include the location of your appliances, walls, and end panels. Factor in overhang and reflect that in your drawing. Your initial price estimate will be based on your drawing, so it is best to be as accurate as possible.
Once your drawing is complete, we invite you to come to our showroom at Bianchi Stone Crafters to discuss possible stone choices for your project.
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What our customers are saying:
We had an excellent experience working with Bianchi Stone Crafters. They were professional, extremely helpful and provided expert advice on the purchase and install of our granite kitchen counter tops. The quality of the granite and the installation is outstanding. We were delighted with the service provided by both Laura and Eric. – Pat & Mary Hughes
Natural and Engineered Stone
Natural stone is quarried all over the world and is available in hundreds of colors. Because stone is a natural product, variations in the tone and grain structure exist from slab to slab. Since some stones vary a great deal in pattern and color from slab to slab, it is best to complete your whole stone project at once.
We offer digital images of available inventory to help you choose your stone. Engineered stone is very consistent in texture and color. What customers see in samples is exactly what they get in finished products. To provide customers with the maximum color choices and textures, we carry many manufactured quartz stones.
We are constantly checking our vendors for the best prices on stone so it may take us one or two days to get your estimate to you. The cost of a solid surface countertop is based on a square foot price. Color and availability lead to variations in price. We can give you a sense of the price range of different stones while you are visiting the showroom.
Once you have your estimate, if you decide to proceed, we will schedule a time to complete a template. When the template has been completed, we can give you the actual price of the countertop. After receiving your 60% deposit, we will begin the manufacturing process. Finally, we will install the countertops. The whole process, once you have decided to do the project, takes 2 to 4 weeks.