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Question DetailsAsked on 1/30/2012

I am planning to put granite in my kitchen 25' X 25' counter space. I want a nice granite but reasonable in price. Where should I start?

I live in Brandon, MS. Should I look at transformation granite or full counter replacement granite? I know what colors I want already which will match my floor (ceramic tile). Please direct me to places which will not be too expensive.

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To answer your question regarding type of installation I recommend a full counter replacement. The appearance is generally better and any deficiencies in support are better addressed. If you have a weak place in your current cabinets and counter tops you don't want them to affect your new tops. The best thing for you is to contact a few local granite fabricators and have them give their opinions about your cabinets. They'll look at them on site and determine if you will benefit more from one installation versus another as well as bring to light any potentials issues you may have.

Todd Shell
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Answered 7 years ago by Todd's Home Services

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I recommend you take a tour of a local granite yard.

Here's an example, the Tutto Marmo showroom in San Diego. I had the opportunity to visit this showroom with a client recently and all I can say is wow!



The experience is wonderful, seeing these pieces of earth collected from all over the earth and put on display is breathtaking.

Speaking with these types of experts in person will really give you the information you need to make a good decision that you will be sure to enjoy for many many years to come.

Amanda Zettel
Homemade Design



Source: http://hmdhome.com/whats-included.php

Answered 7 years ago by HMDhome

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I recommend you take a tour of a local granite yard.

Here's an example, the http://www.tuttomarmoinc.com/ ">Tutto Marmo showroom in San Diego. I had the opportunity to visit this showroom with a client recently and all I can say is wow!



The experience is wonderful, seeing these pieces of earth collected from all over the earth and put on display is breathtaking.

Speaking with these types of experts in person will really give you the information you need to make a good decision that you will be sure to enjoy for many many years to come.

Amanda Zettel
Homemade Design



Source: http://hmdhome.com/whats-included.php

Answered 7 years ago by HMDhome




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