The Key to A Successful Countertop Installation

Most stone kitchen countertop installations go sour because the client and the fabricator did not really agree on the supposed result of the marble or granite countertop.

Though everything seemed fine during the initial stages, you may find that the outcome is not to your liking, or the contractor did not deliver what you thought was promised. This makes proper communication essential in getting your natural stone kitchen countertops done right. Here are some tips to help you with that.

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Be sure of what you want and express that clearly

If you're already decided on the countertop that you want, be sure to say that clearly to the fabricator. If you want black granite or you don't want seams on your granite kitchen, make sure that the fabricator understands that. That will narrow down your choices and options. If you don't like what's being offered, say so. Don't be afraid to voice your opinion.

Be reasonable

Though you should stick to what you want, you should also listen to reason. If the fabricator says he can't do it but offers alternatives, you should also give it a listen.

This is so you have a different perspective and a backup in case you can't find any other contractor that can give you what you want. It may be the case that what you want is indeed impossible.