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 Magnotti & Son offers
one of the largest selections of 
granite marble and natural stone 
in the Eastern United States.

 

THE PROCESS

Once you have selected your granite and confirmed your order, the project goes through steps of templating, fabrication, tear out and installation.

 

Templating
During this step, we make a pattern of your cabinets. It is at this stage that we ask all items be removed from current countertops. All sinks, cook tops and faucets are checked for compatibility and fit. Overhang and support are discussed as well as any personal preferences. Seam placement is also discussed during this step.

Fabrication
Prior to fabrication, we will need to have the sink bowl, faucet make and model, cook top/range make and model, as well as the edge preference. Also prior to fabrication, we ask you to approve the slap that will be used. If your drawing submitted for your quote differs from your actual job, we will let you know at this time and adjust the price accordingly.

Tear Out
If your existing countertops need torn out, we will do so at the time of installation of new countertops. We will also disconnect your plumbing at the time of tear out, so be sure not to use the dishwasher until your plumber has come back and reconnected the water.

Installation
Our installers will be carrying in the large pieces of granite, so we ask that a path is created into the area of installation. This step can take the majority of a day and can require some final cutouts to be made in your home. Please keep in mind that this is a remodeling job and there may be some residual dust over the next couple of days. Be sure to check items left in cabinets. We recommend the drawers be removed. Items under cook top and sink cabinet must also be removed to allow access. Some dust can result even though our installers are equipped to catch the majority of it.

Job Completion
Your inspection of the finished job is very important to us. The lead installer will review the installation with you and answer any questions you may have.

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