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Quality Granite countertops in Stevens Point, WI

There can be no way to deny that granite is lasting and durable. It is one of the building materials used for the third largest pyramid in Egypt. It has been used throughout history as a sculpting material and to create memorials and headstones.

This hardy material is not just amazingly long-lasting, but also incredibly beautiful. It comes in a multitude of colors and shades and its textures and patterns ensure that no two pieces are ever exactly the same. When properly finished and sealed, granite is heat and stain resistant and nearly impervious to chips and cuts. Plus unlike some countertop materials, it will never fade, peel or warp.

Granite countertops in Stevens Point, WI are a popular choice for new construction and remodels. The options for design styles and colors and nearly limitless, but for the best look they should be installed by a professional.

Stone Innovations is a supplier of Granite counter tops in the Stevens Point, WI area. They sell and install marble, granite and quartz countertops for kitchens and bathrooms. They have been in business for over 15 years and are a family owned and operated business.

Stone Innovations supplies retailers with countertops matched to the size and specifications the customer has requested. They return an estimate to the store within 48 hours of receiving the order. Once the estimate is approved they will complete the project and contact the customer to arrange for installation.

If you have a contractor or wish to install the counter yourself you can pick the finished product up from them. This is project which should only be considered if you are physically capable of handling the material as it is exceptionally heavy. In fact it can weigh as much as 20 pounds per square foot.

The company also accepts orders direct from customers. You are responsible for ensuring all measurements are accurate. When you pick up the counter, you will be given instructions for installation, a color-tinted seam epoxy and an A-frame to transport it on safely.
If you have questions about Granite or about the company, contact them for more information.