Find answers of many questions you may have…
No, we do not carry or fabricate Corian Stone
Yes, we are able to offer a wide selection at every price point. If your builder is offering you an allowance for the tile, how much is it? Does the allowance include installation?
Often countertops materials are chosen from relatively small samples. Granite and marble especially can look quite different in a large piece and may even look different from the sample you viewed. Viewing the granite or marble allows you to point out an area on the slab that you might especially like or dislike. You can choose from our selection or go to one of the slab yards that we work with which are listed on our website and tag the one you are interested in.
NO.Generally you will be without a fully functional kitchen for only twenty-four hours. We can measure for the new countertops with the existing countertops in place. The day of installation we will also disconnect your plumbing (for an additional plumbing charge which is not included in your original estimate, you have to ask for it at the time of your purchasing), remove the existing countertop and replace it with the new granite, marble or quartz. You need to wait twenty-four hours before having your plumbing reconnected preferably by a licensed plumber.
These are all branded manufactured quartz materials. The composition is roughly 93% quartz and 7% resin. The resin is added to the quartz to give to make it non porous and keep it from having to be sealed. In general, quartz is a more consistent in pattern and can be purchased from a sample.
Yes, large tiles work best because they give you less grout joints but all sizes will work. There are special pieces available to finish it off. You must seal the grout to keep from staining. Creative Habitats does not offer installation of tile countertops.
The size of the slab factors into where the seams can be placed. The location of the sink, cooktop and dishwasher can also determine seam placement. It is also important to know that seams will be visible and can be felt in your new granite, marble or manufactured quartz countertops.