Here are a few of the more commonly asked questions. Don’t see the answer you are looking for? Give us a call at 251-929-3475
There are so many factors to consider that there is no easy way to answer this question. We have pieces ranging anywhere from $27-$80 per square foot but cutouts, backsplash, edge treatments, installation, color, and stone type are just a few factors to consider. Let our sales staff provide you with a free estimate to eliminate any confusion.
Once we have obtained our final measurements, selections, signed contract and deposit, installation will typically be scheduled in 7-10 business days after the job has been templated.
All labor comes with a one (1) year limited warranty.
Stop by, give us a call at (251) 929-3475, email, or fax us your countertop dimensions and job site address and we can get you a preliminary estimate for our basic stone options. The estimate can then be revised to account for specific selections of stone type, color, edge, and final measurements.
We have 12 different granite colors on our yard that we keep as our stock options. We also have a rotating supply of various exotic granites and marbles. Through our various distributors both locally and nationally, we have access to hundreds of colors limited only by Mother Nature’s creativity.
Yes. We can order in any stone or color that our distributors have available. The difference in this circumstance is that these materials need to be purchased by the slab rather than by the squarefoot. For example, if Special X granite costs $1,000 for the slab, the client will need to pay $1,000 regardless of the project being a 30” vanity top or a full kitchen with island. (Fabrication costs will vary, but material cost will not)
Our standard material is 3CM, but we can provide 2CM countertops if required.
Please see our Edges page.
Granite tops should be resealed annually. Marble, travertine, and honed granite require more frequent resealing (every 6 months) due to their higher tendency to stain. Coastal Stone can provide this service as needed.
No. While all natural materials give off a certain level of radon, the key importance is the amount of “measureable” radon. The EPA states, “It’s important to know that radon originating from the soil beneath homes is a more common problem and a far larger health risk than radon from granite building materials.” Read more at http://www.epa.gov/radiation/tenorm/granite-countertops.html
We can schedule an appointment to look at the issue and repair as necessary or possible.
We do stock a few stainless steel and porcelain sink options.
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