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Stone & Granite Countertop Installers in Austin, TX

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Prescreened Stone & Granite Counter Installers in Austin, TX

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Baroque Countertops
(877) 211-0807
Areas of Expertise
  • Countertops
Reviews
10-09-2018
Nancy L. in Austin, TX

"I love my new countertops and tile. Thanks for your help all along the way! "

Fox Granite
(512) 520-3550
Areas of Expertise
  • Stone Slab Countertops Installation (Granite, Marble, Quartz, etc)
  • Tile Backsplash
  • Plumbing Reconnection
  • Handyman Services
Reviews
02-05-2018
Bridget S. in Austin, TX

"Easy process and they walk you through everything great people "

Commercial Tile & Stone Installation
(512) 605-5789
Areas of Expertise
  • TILE & STONE ,large format tiles ,thin body panels
  • Commercial & Residential large or small
  • Vaneer Rock, limestone,landscaping pavers
  • Complete shower pan liner/ dry mud bed for large stones up to 250 lbs
  • Emergency services for large projects in and out of the state of Texas
Reviews
04-13-2019
monica s. in Austin, TX

"Great business. Very professional. "

BRZ Granite Marble and Quartz (LLC)
(512) 605-5292
Areas of Expertise
  • Granite Marble and Quartz Countertop
  • Full Service Granite and Sales and Install
  • Importing Granite Marble and Quartz
  • Fabrication of Granite Marble and Quartz
  • remodeling your countertops base of Granite Marble and Quartz
Reviews
04-09-2019
Matthew P. in Jonestown, TX

"Willing to work with you to achieve your desired outcome. Good attention to detail. "

Premier Stone Installations
(866) 646-5474
Areas of Expertise
  • Countertops
  • Tile /Stone
  • Granite
Reviews
09-10-2017
Monica H. in Austin, TX

"... "

Portal Granite Designs
(512) 520-3734
Areas of Expertise
  • Quartz
  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Natural and Engineer stone
Reviews
04-15-2019
Kelly l. in Austin, TX

"Great People!! Excellent experience overall!! "

Direct Natural Stones, LLC
References Available
(877) 208-4251
Areas of Expertise
  • Countertops
  • Tile
Capital of Texas Stoneworks
(866) 714-2596
Areas of Expertise
  • Quartz Counter Tops
  • Granite Counter Tops
  • Marble countertops
Reviews
07-27-2018
liana h. in Luling, TX

"Thank you to Chris for actually doing what he says he will. Extremely honest and competent company. "

Granite Brothers
(210) 800-9090
Areas of Expertise
  • Countertop Installs
Reviews
09-20-2018
Helen K. in San Antonio, TX

"Workers came on time. They were willing to install a sink I ordered on line & made a cutting board out of remainder of stone slab. "

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Unscreened Countertop Contractors in Austin, Texas

Concrete Art & Stain
5004 Delores Ave.
Austin, TX 78721
Solluna Builders
7310 Sherwood Rd.
Austin, TX 78745
L & S Construction
3313 Settlement Dr.
Roundrock, TX 78664
Blue Horse Building & Design
1516 Overland Stage Rd.
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
South Texas Tile
5606 Coventry Ln
Austin, TX 78723

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:

    Granite
    Marble
    Quartz
    Want recommendation
  • Select the features for your countertop:

    Backsplash
    Cooktop cutouts
    Custom shape
    Radius corners
    New sink

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Austin Granite Counters

Granite counters are firmly in the top tier of countertop installations for residential homes. They offer an unmatched combination of beauty and durability. They are stain-resistant, heat-resistant, and impossible to crack and scratch. As if it weren't enough that natural stone countertops are among the hotter home improvement trends throughout the country, granite countertops in Austin homes have all the same advantages that make them so popular, and minimize the one drawback: cost.

Texas Granite
Although granite is created by Mother Nature herself, it goes through a fairly complicated process that inflates the cost of an otherwise expense-free material. Granite must be quarried, transported through a dealer to a stone fabricator, and then to the installer and your home. Needless to say, the shorter the distance the granite has to travel, the cheaper the final cost. Fortunately for Texas homeowners, we have a granite quarry right here in Texas. In fact, you may be aware that the State Capitol building was made from Texas granite. Of course, your granite counter won't have the benefit of the convict labor that your local government used, but you'll still be ahead of homeowners who must have their granite shipped across the country.

Other Stone Counters
As much sense as Texas granite makes, don't tunnel-vision your way into something other than what you want. Marble, slate, sandstone, quartz, and other stone, many of which can also be found in Texas, can all make for great countertops and offer various textures and colors. One tip about choosing your stone is to consider not just the stone, not just the quarry, but the section of the quarry the stone is coming from. Different quarries have different stone qualities and overall integrity. Likewise, stone from the top layers of a quarry may not have the same density or structural integrity, but can be considerably cheaper than premium-quality stone. Be sure you're getting what you paid for, and make the choice that's best for your home and your budget.

Cost of Countertops
In an effort to provide you with valuable information about your Austin granite countertop installation, HomeAdvisor collects data on all the requests we receive. The first question we ask about, and what most homeowners are curious about, is how much their granite countertop is going to cost. Here's what we know: The national average for a granite countertop is about $4,500. This is, of course, just an average. The range for different sized countertops in different quality stones is $1,500-$20,000.

By choosing a Texas granite quarry you can probably shave a few hundred dollars off your total project costs. As you might imagine, homeowners who want a rare stone shipped across the country for a large kitchen counter account for these exponentially-expensive countertops.

Project Length
Many homeowners also want to know how long it's going to take to get their countertop installed. Our data suggests it can take about one to two weeks for your installation. Again, this time can be greatly influenced by the distance your granite must travel. Your project time will likely tend toward the quicker side when choosing a Texas stone quarry. Still, it's rare that we see granite counters installed in less than a week. Of course, for many homeowners in Austin, granite counters are part of a full kitchen remodel that can take up to six weeks to complete.