Stone & Granite Countertop Installers in Atlanta, GA
Prescreened Stone & Granite Counter Installers in Atlanta, GA
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1110 Apollo Drive
Atlanta, GA 30331
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3740 Dekalb Technology Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30340
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164 Mendel Drive Southwest
Atlanta, GA 30336
701 Francis Avenue Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30312
700 Horizon Court
Marietta, GA 30062
Serving Atlanta, GA
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Reviews of Atlanta Stone Countertop Contractors
Extremely positive, they have a great team and bend over backwards to be of service.
Wow, what a great company, I have already recommended them to my sister for a granite job and they did an excellent job on both projects. I have used other granite companies in the past, but only Tam showed up as scheduled, completed the job on time and had the most competitive price around. If you want top quality granite and installation, on-time and at the best price, call Tam.
Awesome to work with! Cut, delivered, and installed my counters within 5 days of getting a quote.
How Much Does it Cost to Install Granite, Marble, or Quartz Countertops in Atlanta?
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Things to Consider Before You Install Stone Slab Counters:
- What best describes this countertop project?
- Is this project part of a larger remodel?
- Select the types of solid stone you are interested in:
Quartz (Silestone, Zodiaq or CaesarStone)
- Select the features for your countertop:
Atlanta Granite Counters
Granite isn't an unfamiliar sight for Atlanta residents. Take a quick drive due east to Stone Mountain, or head southeast to Panola Mountain, and you'll find beautiful natural outcroppings of native Georgian granite just about everywhere you look. Of course, when it comes to granite counters in Atlanta, the stone is imported from all over the world, including Italy, India, and right here in the U.S. No matter where it comes from, however, you can rest assured that Atlanta granite countertops make for some of the most beautiful, durable, and long-lasting countertops in the business.
Costs and Project Durations
We'll get to the many reasons that granite is a perfect material for countertops in a moment. For now, though, let's start with the question most homeowners in the ATL are dying to know the answer to: how much do granite counter tops in Atlanta cost? Thanks to data HomeAdvisor has compiled from homeowners who have used our contractor referral service in the past to find a reliable contractor for their Atlanta granite counter top installation, we can help you out in that department. Our data shows that an average Atlanta granite countertop installation takes four days and costs about $3,100. As for extremes, we have record of projects that ran as little as $1,200, and that took a single day to complete, as well as jobs that priced out at $8,000 and took more than two weeks to finish.
Worth Every Penny
Those cost estimates might cause a little initial sticker shock for residents across the Atlanta metropolitan area, but rest assured that installing granite counters in Atlanta is worth the high initial costs. Be it unrivaled beauty, or countertops that last a lifetime, here's a list of the many reasons granite is considered the world over as the best countertop material that money can buy.
As with any countertop material, you can extend the life and beauty of your granite countertop by following a few basic rules. First of all, about the only thing that can harm a granite countertop is highly acidic liquid, which can etch the stone if it isn't cleaned up in a timely manner. Clean up spills quickly, however, and there's nothing to worry about. Secondly, consider sealing your granite countertop on a regular basis. While granite is naturally resistant to stains, they're not immune to it. Applying a sealant will make them stain proof, and it will protect your Atlanta granite countertops from other possible damage as well.
When most Atlantans think granite, they think kitchens. But kitchen remodels aren't the only place that granite countertops in Atlanta fit the bill. Bathrooms, wet bars, and outdoor kitchens all look great in granite as well. If you're interested in introducing granite into your Atlanta metropolitan area home, talk to a contractor that specializes in this beautiful countertop material about what it will take to get your new granite countertops in Atlanta installed as soon as possible.