We have hundreds of slabs to see on our properties, and we are confident we can help you find the perfect stone for you. While here, enjoy refreshments in our showroom and view our state-of-the-art facility.
Each slab of natural stone and quartz has its own characteristics and we always recommend you take the time to come and view in person. To make sure you get the most out of your experience, we suggest you bring along the following items:
- An Appointment– Call our office to set up a time we can dedicate to your selection process and to ensure that colors you are interested in are available to be seen. The process takes an hour on average.
- Quote from your designer with the pricing for Classic, Premium, and Designer price levels.
- Color Samples of cabinets, paint chips, flooring, tile, etd. Anything that will help us get a sense of your space so we can help guide you through making the perfect choice.
- We recommend you make your final selection no earlier than 3-4 weeks before fabrication. Material will be held for a maximum of 30 days.
Why should I view in person?
We know you are busy and taking time to view can be difficult. You are choosing to invest in your home by adding quartz, stone, or Dekton and we want you to absolutely love it! All slabs have natural variances both visual and textural that can only be seen in person.
As you can see in the image above, a small sample from a showroom may not be able to accurately represent the full nature of the stone. The best way make sure you are happy with your choice is by viewing it in person.
In the next set of photos, you can see how slabs may vary dramatically from lot to lot. While both of the slabs pictured are technically the same color from the same quarry, the color and movement are completely different from one lot to the next.
And of course, no photo or sample is ever going to capture the true beauty of the stone you choose. We strongly encourage you to set up an appointment prior to making a final decision on such a significant investment in your home.