What are the typical sizes for granite?

Granite typically comes in 3 different thicknesses. 1cm for tiles, 2cm (3/4” thick) for bathroom vanity tops and fireplace surrounds and 3cm (1 1/4” thick) for kitchen countertops. The average slab of granite is approximately 115”x65”.

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What is “prefabricated” granite and do you have it?

Prefabricated granite is granite that has been cut and polished overseas to take advantage of lower labor costs. Quality Stone imports prefabricated granite vanity tops. We carry 4 colors in 7 standard sizes. These 2cm granite vanity tops are imported with the backsplashes already cut, the faucet spreads are already drilled and the undermount bowl cut out is already done. The labor savings are passed to the customer.

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Do you have remnant pieces of granite?

Absolutely, we have a large selection of remnant pieces of granite. The benefit of using remnant pieces of granite is that you can save money as well as eliminate the costly waste associated with buying an entire slab of granite. Remnant pieces of granite are optimal for single bathroom vanity tops.

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What benefit do I get if I contract QSC to do my cabinets as well as my countertops?

In addition to the cost savings of bundling all of your materials though one supplier, we can provide a one stop solution for all of your remodeling needs. Instead of having one supplier provide your sinks, one supplier provide your faucets, another for your cabinets and a fourth company providing your granite countertops we can help you with all. This helps shorten lead times, lower overall cost and helps minimize numerous headaches that come along with a typical kitchen and bath remodel.

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What are your lead times?

Lead times will vary. However, approximately 1-2 weeks after the final measurement have been take is a good estimation. Contact QSC for current lead times.

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How much do granite countertops cost?

There are many variables in pricing granite countertops (i.e. square footage, type of granite selected, undermount sinks verses drop in, backsplashes etc), however a granite can start as low as $55 a square foot installed.

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