Located at 1519 Kenmore Blvd in Akron Ohio We provide Northeast Ohio premium custom granite countertops. Our team specializes in countertop repair work in residential and commercial buildings.
While some repairs may be imperceptible, sometimes major damage will result in repairs that are more obvious to the eye. Areas that need to be filled with epoxy will look different from the rest of the counter top.
Yes, it is recommended to speak with Bill about this option and its cost.
The time range often depends on how the counter top is treated. Lighter countertops may need to be sealed every 2 to 3 years whereas granite countertops can last much longer without another treatment. Harsh chemicals being used to clean countertop surfaces may hasten the need for another sealing treatment.
We are able to smooth over seams to eliminate lippage and fill in gaps. However, the countertop seam is unlikely to disappear completely.
Although it can be done, it is not recommended. Brief periods of high heat should not affect the quartz.
No, granite countertops can withstand high heat for short periods of time.
Yes, grease stains are removable from granite. This process remains troublesome and often financially taxing, but is consistently offered.
Though this is certainly a possibility and is often done, it’s not recommended due to the likelihood of the used countertop becoming damaged in the transportation process. Though granite is very strong as a countertop, independently, it becomes weak during transport.
Yes, essentially, quartz can be easily buffed out to minimize or eliminate surface damage, contributing to its choice as a countertop option.
Industry standards allow for minute lippage due to cupping in the stone, however, this can be remedied by face polishing which is a service that we offer that costs on average $350. Having a lot of lippage can result in a need to reset your countertop seam with new epoxy and then face polishing which can be done in a 3-4 hour period.
If a corner breaks off of your countertop, keep any of the debris including the major chip, as the likelihood of inconspicuously repairing the damage is very high, as long as we have the original chip.
Yes, typically, a repair of a sink is very similar to a reinstallation of the sink while bracing the sink to its proper seated position.
Yes, in most cases. The gap can always be widened to accommodate an appliance, but is far more restrictive in terms of height.