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Stone & Granite Countertop Installers in New York, NY

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Prescreened Stone & Granite Counter Installers in New York, NY

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Unique Stone & Tile
(877) 213-1356
Areas of Expertise
  • Stone & Tile
  • Custom Fabrication and Instalation of Stone and Quartz tops
  • Installation of porcelain, Stone, and Glass tiles
  • Custom Fabrication of Stone and Quartz in vertical applications
Jim M. in New York, NY

"Mike was very professional and provided answers to my questions immediately, was on time, conscientious and did a very nice job - a pleasure to business with. I would recommend him to anybody looking for stonework and I m sure he is as good with other services that he may offer! "

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Badini Construction Corp.
(212) 299-7176
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodeling
  • Painting
  • Drywall and Plaster
Lisa S.

"One of the most honest and generous person, only one that isn't out to get you for your money. "

Foro Marble Co., Inc.
(866) 349-9159
Areas of Expertise
  • Natural Stone Countertops
Gary M.

"If there was a problem they'll take care of it, I have used them for years very happy for their services. "

AM Stone PRO
(201) 540-3270
Areas of Expertise
  • Granite, Marble, Quartz, Onyx, Limestone, Travertine
  • Countertops, Bar Tops, Fireplace, Jacuzzi, Stairs(steps), BBQ Countertops, Wall Panels
  • Tile Flooring
JOHN H. in Nanuet, NY


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Counters by MP Millwork, LLC
(866) 201-8533
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
  • Countertops
  • Cabinets
  • Backsplash
Liz F. in Oak Ridge, NJ

"Great price, quick and friendly service 😊 "

DFS Systems, Inc.
(973) 240-3923
Areas of Expertise
  • Countertops
Anna S.

"customer oriented, reasonably priced, great quality and i have already recommended them "

Wallace Handyman
(866) 208-4960
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
  • Plumbing
  • Home improvement projects
Tej P. in Manhasset, NY

"They did an exceptional job. "

SNS Handyman Services
References Available
(845) 582-7853
Areas of Expertise
  • Cabinets & Countertops
Brooklyn Stone & Tile
(201) 540-3696
Areas of Expertise
  • Stone & Tile
Cary A. in Brooklyn, NY

"BKST was the fastest service we've ever had. They day after we called they came to measure and make the templates for our counter top. ...The next day they quoted us the price which was very reasonable and within a week they installed our Absolute Black Granite top PERFECTLY. Tony who did the measurements and installation is a real pro. He was friendly and very courteous and you could see he knew what he was doing. I would recommend them to everyone. "

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Unscreened Countertop Contractors in New York, New York

Dyrrachium Marble Installation
2840 36th St.
Long Island City, NY 11105
HFM Company, Inc.
145 Teresa Lane
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Paval Corp.
5 Newton Place
Mt. Vernon, NY 10550
Rodhome Inc.
596 Bergin Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07304
City-Town Construction, Inc.
4 Armand Pllace
Bronx, NY 10463

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New York Granite Counters

For many homeowners in New York, granite counters are the lynchpin of their kitchen remodel. And for good reason: kitchen counters greatly affect the efficiency of your kitchen activity, the look of your kitchen decorating, and provides auxiliary storage for smaller or decorative kitchen items. Often, the mounting distaste for an older, laminate counter is a central motivator for undertaking a kitchen remodel in the first place. From the five boroughs to the Jersey Shore and throughout the greater New York-area, HomeAdvisor has helped homeowners with their granite counters, kitchen remodels, and all their home improvement needs.

Installing a granite countertop is a more involved process than most homeowners realize and bears little resemblance to the square samples you see to demonstrate the color and grain of the stone. First, the granite must be quarried. Knowing how the granite was excavated from the Earth is an importance piece of your countertop. Granite from the top of the quarry may lack sufficient hardness that results from the pressure of the Earth; in large slabs, this lack of hardness can translate into an inferior product.

From the quarry, granite slabs are shipped to various distributors. From these distributors, the granite is purchased for individual countertops. Before it's delivered to your home to be installed, the slab you choose goes to a granite fabricator who fashions the granite into the exact specifications of your kitchen counter. This fabricator or a separate installation contractor will then install it in your kitchen. Rather than the material, this process accounts for the relatively high cost of a natural stone counter.

The most commonly asked questions about any home improvement project typically focus on cost. Unfortunately, it's notoriously difficult to say how much a granite counter will run you without talking to a contractor. Nationwide, our data indicates that the average cost of granite countertop is just shy of $5,000, although the average is slightly higher for kitchen counters and lower for bathroom counters due to the difference in size of these settings. New York granite counters costing $12,000 or more are not unheard of, but most of the projects we see range somewhere between $1,500 and $7,000.

To keep your price as low as possible, there are a few things you should recognize. First, granite that must be transported long distances will carry a much higher price tag; choosing stone that is quarried closer to where you live will typically result in a lower cost to you (and, for the environmentally conscious consumer, reduce the energy expended in obtaining your new counter, as well). Next, remember that some New York granite counters are priced lower because they are pulled from the top of the quarry; while some higher quarried granite is not as stable in larger slabs, smaller installations may be able to make use of these pieces without sacrificing performance. Last, but certainly not least, like every other material, some varieties of granite are priced high because of they are trendy; opting for a less popular variety may lead to a better price, and could give your home a unique look that won't be as quick to go out of style.

Finding a Counter Contractor
The size and density of the Big Apple means you won't have any trouble finding a countertop or kitchen remodeling contractor. Unfortunately, it does mean that you'll have an intimidating number of options. It can be difficult to tell the difference between exemplary, typical, and shady contractors. Cold-calling from the phonebook is a particularly dicey move. The necessary information is out there to make a wise hiring decision, but HomeAdvisor streamlines all these informative tools in one convenient source. Each and every one of our contractors is put through a rigorous ten-step screening process. In addition, we provide homeowners with online customer ratings and reviews. Not only will this allow you to see what other homeowners have thought about their experience with individual contractors, it provides a powerful motivating tool for contractors to exceed your expectations.

Other Stone Countertops
As a countertop, granite has an exemplary reputation that is well-earned, but it's not necessarily the end-all, be-all of stone countertops. Quartz, for example, is a harder, stronger stone counter than granite. The one performance drawback to quartz, however, is that the crystals in a quartz countertop can fuse with prolonged exposure to high heat. That said, neither stone is particularly susceptible to damage. You should be able to put a pot of boiling water or similarly heated item on a quartz countertop for several seconds and you can still use a granite counter to chop vegetables without fear of damage (to anything but your cutlery, that is). Likewise, other stone countertops, such as marble, slate, sandstone, soapstone, among others, may not have equivalent performance to these granite or quartz, but will still survive any normal kitchen activity and use. Unless you have need for a high-performance counter, the biggest factor in choosing a stone counter may be the grain and color of the stone.

Stone Tile Counters
If you're on a budget, slab stones of any variety can be cost prohibitive. Instead of installing solid slab granite counters, New York homeowners can save themselves a bundle by opting for granite or other natural stone tiles. Stone tiles look great and perform in much the same manner as their slab counterparts. The only thing you have to worry about with tile is the grout in between the individual pieces, which must be sealed and maintained to keep its appearance and integrity. While dealing with grout is a bit of a pain, going this route will significantly reduce the cost of your new counters. As an added bonus, if one or two tiles get burned or chipped, you'll only have to replace those tiles rather than an entire slab!