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Stone & Granite Countertop Installers in Boston, MA

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Prescreened Stone & Granite Counter Installers in Boston, MA

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Marco Polo Construction, Inc.
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(978) 206-7664
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
  • Bathroom and Kitchen Remodels
  • Major Home Repairs
Granite Brothers
(508) 617-2392
Areas of Expertise
  • Countertops
David B. in North Grafton, MA

"Nice guys and new what they were doing! "

Excel Marble and Granite
(781) 443-7047
Areas of Expertise
  • Granite
  • Quartz
  • Marble
Scott V. in West Wareham, MA

"Excels Team was absolutely superb. From sales, spending the time to show us different types of stone to placing our order they didn't skip ...a beat. Prompt, friendly, courteous and professional. They were very attentive to our needs, communication was flawless and the installation of our kitchen, bath and laundry counter-tops went seamlessly. (No pun intended) "

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LP Custom Countertops, LLC
(781) 443-7042
Areas of Expertise
  • Natural Stone Countertops
  • Tiles
  • Cabinetry
  • Build-Ins
Bob F. in Mansfield, MA

"Excellent company to do business with. ON time, quality work, good price on small bath project "

Select Marble & Granite, Inc.
(617) 603-0290
Areas of Expertise
  • Countertops
Laura H. in Lowell, MA

"Quick turnaround. Fantastic price and the easiest home improvement I have ever done. Curteous installers too "

Cana Home Improvement
(617) 449-5792
Areas of Expertise
  • kitchen cabinetry
  • stone Counter Tops
  • Tile
  • kitchen design
  • flooring
Julie C. in Dedham, MA

"Cana remodeled my kitchen from UGH to WOW. The process itself took much longer than expected which was frustrating but the end product was what ...exactly I wanted. They were receptive when I had a question or a concern. I worked with Brian on the design and it turned out top-notch. I would recommend using Cana for your next project. "

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Stone Place
(603) 780-4651
Areas of Expertise
  • Granite,quarts, marble counter tops.
  • Tile Back splash -flooring, walls, bathrooms.
Doris R. in Canton, MA

"Customer service was excellent! Leo went above and beyond to get a countertop similar to the one I wanted (which was out of stock). He worked I ...around my schedule when he came out to measure, do the template as well as for the installation. am very happy with my new countertop. I highly recommend Leo! "

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Unscreened Countertop Contractors in Boston, Massachusetts

Lee Wheeler
189 S. Rd.
Pepperell, MA 01463
Richard J. Mochi & Son
47 Lyman Ave.
Boston, MA 02155
Green Carpet Landscaping & Tree Pro Tree Service
101 Adams St. , Suite 21
Quincy, MA 02169
Renedo-Wrubel Designs Inc
437 D St
Boston, MA 02210
J. Martinoli & Sons / Hire a Hubby
22 Whittier St.
Haverhill, MA 01830

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Boston Granite Counters

From Vermont south to Connecticut, New England has historically been the source of some of the world's finest granite. That being the case, it shouldn't be any wonder that granite has been a popular building material in the Northeast for quite some time already. The demand for granite has only grown as the years have passed, however, and granite counters in Boston lead the charge as one of the most popular uses of granite in the home improvement industry.

Second to None What makes granite counters in Boston such a popular item in kitchens and bathrooms alike? It's the dual qualities of durability and good looks that have won homeowners over when it comes to this beautiful countertop material.

  • Durability—Granite is the toughest natural stone material on the market, period. In fact, no other stone can touch it. The reason granite is preferable to other stone countertop options is primarily due to its high natural density. Most natural stone is highly porous— meaning it naturally soaks up moisture and stains, be it coffee, water, wine, or your Grandma's famous spaghetti sauce. That's not exactly a desirable attribute when it comes to countertop material. Granite, on the other hand, is dense enough to withstand most affronts that are part and parcel to normal kitchen and bathroom use. Furthermore, the dense nature of granite also makes it less susceptible to scratching and cracking than most other natural countertop materials.

  • Looks—The other reason that many Beantown homeowners choose a Boston granite countertop is the beauty of the material. Each countertop is unique as a result of the geologic forces that shaped it, and granite countertops can even include small crystal or quartz deposits that add to the charm. Add to that the wide range of the deep, rich colors that granite is known for, and when it comes to countertop material, you won't find anything more beautiful than a granite countertop in Boston.

    Tile There are three main options when it comes to choosing granite countertops in Boston. The first is to go with granite tiles. Tiles don't offer you the seamless surface that is a big selling point with granite slabs, which is a big reason granite is such a popular countertop material in the first place. But from a cost perspective, tiles are much more reasonable. If you're on a budget, but still looking for the timeless look and unmatched durability of granite, tiles are the answer you've been searching for.

    Slabs The other choice is to go with a seamless slab of granite counters in Boston. You've got two options when it comes to solid slab countertops, the first of which is purchasing a pre-cut countertop. You'll need to adjust your kitchen or bath design to accommodate a pre-cut slab's dimensions, but you'll end up saving quite a bit of money going this route, since the slab doesn't need to be custom cut to your specifications. Which brings us to the final option. You can go all out and have your slab custom cut to fit. With custom cut granite counters in Boston, you can have your slab cut, shaped, and finished to fit any kitchen design in greater Boston.

    The Cost About the only downside of choosing granite over other countertop materials is the cost. Granite isn't cheap in any sense of the word, and even granite tiles cost more than most other budget-friendly materials. How much does a Boston granite countertop run? HomeAdvisor tracks the granite countertop installations in Boston that originate as contractor referrals on our website, and based on that information, average granite counters in Boston run about $5,500 for materials and installation. In part, the high cost is due to the fact that installing granite countertops is no small task. It takes more than one person to move and install a heavy granite slab, and contractors have to spend extra time ahead of installation making sure that all the structural needs are met. More than labor costs, however, it's the high cost of the material and the manufacturing process that make granite counters one of the most beautiful and expensive countertops in Boston.