Frequently Asked Questions

And Answers.

FAQs About Our Countertop Installation Process

How do I get started with my new countertop installation?

The process begins with a free in-home estimate. Contact us to schedule your consultation, and we'll discuss your vision and preferences for your new kitchen countertops.

What materials can I choose from for my countertops?

We offer a wide selection of quartz and granite materials. During your material selection phase, we will guide you to our preferred suppliers in San Antonio to choose the perfect option for your home.

How are the countertops measured and fitted?

We create a precise cardboard template that reflects the exact layout and dimensions of your kitchen space. This ensures a custom fit for your new countertops.

How long does the installation process take?

The installation process typically takes about four hours. However, the duration may vary depending on the size and complexity of the job.

Do I need to be home during the installation?

Yes, we recommend that you or an adult representative be present during the installation for any queries and to ensure that the process goes smoothly.

How do I care for my new countertops after installation?

For granite countertops, we apply a sealant to protect against stains and spills. We advise not using the countertop sink area for at least 12 hours to allow the sealant to cure fully.

How soon can I use my new countertops after installation?

You should avoid placing any items on or using the countertop sink area for 12 hours after installation. This allows the sealant to cure and ensures the longevity of your countertops.

How long will it take from the initial estimate to the completion of my new countertops?

The entire process from the initial consultation to the completed installation can take up to two weeks.

Can I select the edge profile for my countertops?

Absolutely! During the free in-home estimate, we will discuss various edge profile options to ensure your countertops match your desired aesthetic.

What is the difference between quartz and granite countertops?

Quartz and granite have different aesthetic and functional qualities. We can discuss the benefits of each material during your in-home estimate to help you make an informed decision.