New Countertops in About One Week
- Granite, Quartz, and Stone Choices
- Hundreds of Samples in Our Showroom
- For Kitchens, Baths, Bars, and Laundry Rooms
- Make Your Selections and Get Your New Countertops Installed in about a Week
Why Choose Us?
- Better materials and less seams.
- No hidden fees (quote includes installation, a stainless steel sink, and an edge of your choice).
- We’ve been in business more than 60 years and we stand behind our product.
How the Countertop Process Works at Mariotti Building Products
1. Start with rough measurements. Before coming into our showroom, complete rough measurements of your countertop areas with a tape measure (length and depth). If you want to download graph paper to record your measurements, you can find some here (but it is not a requirement).
2. Come in to shop, make your selections, and get a quote. We have hundreds of stone and other samples right in our showroom, plus edge examples. We also have designers on hand to help you make a selection.
We’ll give you an immediate estimate based on your selections and rough measurements.
Note: If you choose granite, there are 10 standard colors for which you do not need to preview the slab. If you choose a non-standard color, we will make plans with you to preview the slab and verify your choice.
3. Schedule a template for final quoting. Once you’ve made your selections, we’ll schedule a templating appointment in your home at a time that’s convenient for you. One of our professionals will measure and template your countertops, and we’ll give you a firm price quote for review and approval.
4. Installation happens one week from the day of the template. Our professionals will come to your home again one week later to install your new countertops (and ensure your satisfaction).
Then you can enjoy them!
Come into our showroom to talk to one of our countertop experts, and you’ll get a smooth, stylish countertop finish for your kitchen, bath, and other projects.
If you’re ready to get started, see our showroom hours and location. You can set an appointment if you’d like, but it’s not required.
If your countertop is part of a larger kitchen product, learn more about our kitchen design services.