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Granite is proving to be sustainable and a perfect material for many countertop applications.The unique qualities of Granite Countertops will bring joy to your Countertop Leads Home or Commercial applciation.
We provide custom Countertop marketing solutions to drive more Countertop Leads for your stone Business.
Countertop Leads Frequently asked questions
Do I need a website?No - We have websites that we customize to represent you and drive the customer through a proven system.
I have a website - why would i need yours?Thats great that you have a website. Our solution enables us to monitor and track response from the market. Prove the process and the strategy and drive sales. We then go over any potential changes we could make to your current website and the reasons to change it or not. but this is not required for us to drive more countertop leads.
Where do the countertop Leads come from?since 2009 we have been building a network of websites that rank very high for various search terms. once we plug you into this network all these websites start working to establish the organic placement in the various search engines. We also look at other power methods of driving leads depending on your needs. I have used shared lead providers before, How is this different? We do not do the shared lead model. we believe this is a bad experience for all parties in that type of transaction. We actually market your business and drive the customer exclusively to you. Thats a big difference in the intent of the customer when they become a lead for your business.
Free Consultation if you would like more custom Countertop Leads. Call 877 877 1916
Remodeling your kitchen in granite may be one of the top improvements a homeowner can make.Nothing compares to the beauty of natural granite, and its functionality only adds to its value. Harder than steel, true granite takes on a mirror-like finish that requires minimal upkeep. Granite, however, can also be one of the more expensive improvements. There do exist several options, some of which a do-it-yourselfer can accomplish relatively easily, but at a cost. Tile, modular and slab granite are the three options available to the homeowner. There are pros and cons to each option. Granite Dark-Kitchen Countertop Black Cabinets
The first and least expensive option is tile.Yes, tile! A quick search on the internet will reveal prices from around $3.00 a square foot on up. With a wet saw and a quality bonding adhesive, the homeowner can renovate their countertops and achieve the granite look. While this is certainly the most cost-effective option, there are several cons. First, there will be seams. Lots of them. Part of the functionality of slab granite is the absence of seams which, in a kitchen, is a benefit. Water, sauces, oils and other cooking ingredients can seep into those seams. In addition, the aesthetic appeal of granite can be lessened by the presence of many seams. Tile is the most cost-effective option, but the cons may outweigh the advantages. " If you are doing this for resale value... DONT! "
A second option lies somewhere between tile and slab granite.Modular granite comes in prefabricated sections that are meant to be installed in pre-existing kitchens. They include edging, backsplashes and sink cut-outs, and are reasonably priced. The do-it-yourselfer can perform the installation as well, making modular granite an attractive option for budget-conscious homeowners. The major drawback is, again, seams. Seams in a kitchen environment are not desirable. As well, the beauty of granite can be undermined by the prefabricated appearance or the quality of the install. However, it may be the route to go for the homeowner on a budget. "You will have seams and little to no consideration to color matching as you cannot adjust the stones position before cutting. This too will accent the seams" Granite Kitchen Countertop black white cabinets
The third option is slab granite.It is the least cost-effective option, but is really the pinnacle of kitchen improvement. Slabs of granite are cut to order and installed by professionals. Pricing can start at around $40 per square foot, but installation, backsplashes and edging can all contribute to the cost. The result, however, can justify the expense. There are no seams, or limited seems is well positioned places, which is ideal for the kitchen environment. The homeowner is not limited by prefabricated materials; slab granite can be customized to exact specifications. Above all, the aesthetic beauty of the granite itself is showcased. Even though the homeowners decision to install granite may not be driven by resale value, a professionally designed and installed granite kitchen can add to the value of the house when placed on the market.
Several options exist when planning for granite countertops, all of which include pros and cons.Your installation professional should be able to match grains, provide guidance in the selection process create virtually invisible seams and have the man power needed to safely install your countertops without damaging your home. Professional stone countertops are NOT a DIY job. A single piece can weight 100s of pound and the strength of the stone that makes it so desirable comes with weight which can make the stone brittle if dro pped or handled incorrectly. While the do-it-yourselfer can install limited types of granite countertops, nothing compares to the beauty, functionality and enduring value of professionally installed granite.
CLASSIFICATIONS:"First Choice," "Standard," or "Commercial" grades of stone refer to the purely cosmetic visual aspects of a stone slab as well as the potential for visual fishers and cracks.
COMMERCIALA "Commercial" slab of Uba tuba may be installed in a kitchen with quality or integrity, merely the visual appearance and character of the slab may not fit the recognized standard classification of the stone industry.
STANDARDUbatuba have a black or light spot in it larger than the predominant crystal size and structure, and you can cut around the spot and still get two countertop rips out of the full slab, the general consensus on grading would be to call this "Standard Grade."