" I am very happy with my countertops from Granite Countertop Installer Chicago. The installation was precise and excellent. Highly recommended! "
Granite Countertop Installer Chicago is a family-owned and operated business based in Chicago. We have been in the marble and granite business for more than ten years. Our specialization is in the custom fabrication of granite, limestone, onyx, marble, quartz, travertine, quartzite, and semi-precious slab surfaces, kitchens, and countertops.
Since we started, we have been servicing residential and commercial customers. Granite Countertop Installer Chicago specialties are kitchen countertops, fireplaces, vanity tops, bar tops, tabletops, staircases, and window sills. We also sell sinks for the kitchen or bathroom areas to
customize the look with your new kitchen countertop and bathroom vanity top. We are proud to offer quality workmanship, competitive prices, and personal service. These offerings are what set Granite Countertop Installer Chicago apart from the competition.
Granite Countertop Installer Chicago serves the whole city and the neighboring areas. We work directly with homeowners or property owners, so we stay within your time frame and budget. You can choose from top-of-the-line brands, including Silestone, Compac, Cambria, Caesarstone, Hanstone, and Zodiaq. We also sell slab remains or remnants for your smaller projects. Here at Granite Countertop Installer Chicago, we are pleased to work with our customers to give them the kitchen and bathroom they’ve always dreamed of. We are a one-stop-shop for all your needs, from planning and design to supply countertops, along with professional installation help.
Granite stone is precisely measured and cut to exacting standards, so there’s little cutting or grinding onsite. Best Granite Countertop Installer Chicago only hires experienced and skilled stone installation professionals because we only want to provide you with the best in the field.
When designing a kitchen or a bathroom, keep in mind what style you will put into it. For example, mixing an antique look with a modern contemporary feel or not putting too many curves or too many straight meeting points or just the shape and size.