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Granite Countertops: The Right Price & the Right Dimensions

 
Choosing natural or engineered stone surfaces for a bathroom, kitchen or other interior space involves several decisions: size, thickness, color, pattern, edge profile and finish. That is why Marble and Granite stone provider in New England decided to make the process easier by publishing all prices and dimensions of our marble, granite, soapstone, slate, Caesarstone, Neolith and other products directly on our website
With all of our stone surface prices right on the Marble and Granite website, homeowners, designers, contractors and architects can find the perfect slab to fit their project budget. Not only this, but they can also use our prices to compare the cost of installation with different fabricators. When comparing fabrication costs side-by-side, it is much easier to differentiate between the fly-by businesses and the businesses that hold themselves to a higher level of standards when it comes to quality and customer service.  
Having the dimensions of materials while planning a countertop, flooring or vertical surface installation makes for a much smoother process, as well. With the dimensions of stone slabs on our website, designers, contractors and architects can easily plan out installations, whether manually or by using a visualizing software such as SketchUp. This step is crucial to determining the number of slabs that will be needed to complete the project as well as where the seams will be located, which is often a major concern with clients. 
To learn more about countertop, flooring or vertical surface installation, refer to the "helpful resources" tab on the Marble and Granite website. There, you will be able to find would additional information on pricing, stone care and more. 
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Comments

Great picture! I like how the counter top is the middle element that balances the lightness of the upper portion and the darkness of the lower portion of the kitchen .
Posted @ Tuesday, October 02, 2012 4:03 PM by James
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