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Stone & Granite Countertop Installers in Minneapolis, MN

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Prescreened Stone & Granite Counter Installers in Minneapolis, MN

StoneMasters & Sons, Inc.
170 Verified Ratings
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(612) 524-4404
7370 Ohms Lane
Edina, MN 55439

Serving Minneapolis, MN
K2 Kitchen
1 Verified Ratings
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(612) 852-8493
2710 Urbandale Lane
Plymouth, MN 55447

Serving Minneapolis, MN
Trott-Binns Construction, LLC
1 Verified Ratings
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(763) 210-9761
764 Carroll Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104

Serving Minneapolis, MN
All American Granite Company, LLC
1 Verified Ratings
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(612) 852-8588
670 East Travelers Trail
Burnsville, MN 55337

Serving Minneapolis, MN
Architectural Stone, LLC
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(612) 290-7427
9220 James Avenue South
Bloomington, MN 55431

Serving Minneapolis, MN

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Reviews of Minneapolis Stone Countertop Contractors

Project: Install Stone Slab Countertops
Minneapolis, MN

The process was actually fun. Dean was very profecssional and courteous. All of the workers were very nice and did a great job, including clean up. I highly recommend. Thanks guys.

Project: Install Stone Slab Countertops
Saint Paul, MN

Stonemasters & Sons did a great job.

Project: Install Stone Slab Countertops
Minneapolis, MN

I would highly recommend StoneMasters, they were also willing to help and talk things over on the phone or in person


Unscreened Countertop Contractors in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Schmitt Custom Furniture

Minneapolis, MN 55401
Scherer Brothers
9 Ninth Avenue NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Premier Custom Cabinetry Inc
3351 Virginia Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55426
Hartwood Finish Carpentry
3228 18 ave south
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Installation Services of MN, Inc.
5028 Hiawatha Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55417

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)
    Want recommendation
  • Select the features for your countertop:

    Cooktop cutouts
    Custom shape
    Radius corners
    New sink

Ideas & Inspiration from Minneapolis Countertop Contractors

Minneapolis Granite Counters

Granite isn't a stranger to the great state of Minnesota. Two hours west of the Twin Cities sits the town of Granite Falls, where a little digging around will turn up a host of granite mines as well as pyramid shaped granitic gneiss outcroppings that rise out of the Glacial River Warren Valley. While there's no guarantee your granite countertops come from locally quarried stone, one thing is certain: Minneapolis granite counter tops are hands down one of the most beautiful, durable, and long lasting countertops to be found in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

The Cost
It's no secret that solid slab granite counters in Minneapolis aren't cheap. In fact, granite counter tops in Minneapolis are about as expensive as countertops can get, with costs varying depending on the quality of the stone you purchase, the size of your kitchen or bath, and how intricate you detail your stone. That being said, based on information that HomeAdvisor has gleaned from the thousands of service requests we provide Twin Cities homeowners each year, the data indicates that granite counters in Minneapolis-St. Paul can run anywhere between $2,000 and $12,000, with an average cost of about $5,300 per job.

The Benefits
What makes granite so well-suited for use as a countertop material? It's a complicated geologic recipe that involves slow cooling magma, the crushing pressure of the earth's crust, and a few hundred million years in the oven (at least). The result is one of the densest, most beautiful stones known to man, both qualities that homeowners across the Twin Cities are looking for when it comes to countertops. Here are a few reasons why granite wins the blue ribbon just about every year when it comes to countertops in Minneapolis.

  • Durability—The high density of granite is a huge plus when it comes to countertops. Granite is virtually scratch and stain-proof, and it's naturally resistant to hot pots and pans. It also provides one of the smoothest surfaces around when polished, which ranks it right up there as one of the most sanitary and easy to clean countertops, as well.

  • Beauty—Durability is a huge selling point, but it's the looks of granite counters in Minneapolis that gets noticed. Granite comes in a range of colors, including white, gray, brown, black, red, green, and yellow. Furthermore, each individual slab of granite is a stone of its own, sporting unique textures, graining, veins, and even subsurface crystalline structures.

  • Selection—If you install solid slab granite counter tops, your contractor should let you select your own slab before it's cut into a countertop for your kitchen or bath. That means you'll be hand picking the perfect piece of stone for your Twin Cities home.

    Maintaining the Counter
    For the most part, maintaining granite counter tops is limited to wiping them down every once in a while. In fact, the term "maintenance free" is thrown around quite a bit with granite countertop materials, and the only thing you really need to worry about is spilling highly acidic liquids on your granite counters, such as citrus juices, vinegar, and wine. If you wipe up these spills right away, you'll never have a problem. Let them sit for a while, however, and they can etch the stone. That's why many installers will recommend that you apply a sealer to your new granite countertops. It's not required, but it does provide your substantial investment with a little extra protection when it's needed.

    Installing solid slab granite counters isn't an easy task. First of all, specialized tools are needed that aren't available to your average Joe in order to cut a piece of granite down to size. After that, the heavy weight of solid slabs of granite makes it necessary to have a strong crew in place when it's time for installation. Talking to a contractor who has experience working with solid slab countertops is your best bet if you think granite countertops are the right match for your Twin Cities-area home.