Filling out this form sends our company owner, Bill Blackert, your information in which he will follow up with a time estimate. On average, our repair typically costs $350 for a service expeditiously completed in typically under 2 hours.
No matter how bad the damage may look, referring to an expert is always the most effective way to truly evaluate it. With Classic Countertop’s decades of experience and hundreds of satisfied clients, we’ve established ourselves on the forefront of Northeast Ohio countertop repair. Whether it be granite, laminate, or a solid surface, our experience grants the ability to restore your countertops to their former glory. Our base price for repair work is $275, then $75/hr, call our shop to get a repair time estimate.
Have your countertops lost their shine? Let our specialists restore your countertops. Our proven granite buff & polish method removes dullness, blotchy areas, watermarks, and stains. We can even re-seal your granite for extra protection.
If your sink has moved, chipped, sunk, or in any other way become damaged, we can help. The price of a reset or brace is minimal compared to the full replacement of the sink, and is often overlooked. Contact us for a quick evaluation.
After years of wear and tear from your family or previous homeowners, it’s normal to need some repair or clean-ups. Nearly any form of countertop can have these chips fixed, including but not limited to corian, granite, quartz, and solid surfaces.
In more dire situations, sometimes countertops can crack or separate, compromising the strength of the countertop until these cracks are remedied. Typically, our specialists spend 3-6 working hours on location sealing the cracks to return the strength to the surface.
Whether an appliance is replaced in a different size due to a manufacturer, or a measurement mishap, we’re able to help. A simple counter width adjustment will likely be more cost effective than a fully separate appliance, so reach out!
Want to be sure your granite and marble countertop do not have unsightly seams? Or, is your silicone old and hard to clean? If any of these problems sound familiar to you, call us!