Small or large, renovation projects can add functionality, style, and a sense of pride to your home.
Whether you’re knocking down walls, gutting your kitchen, or just throwing on a few coats of paint, there’s inspiration to be found among completed projects. Take a look at what Premium Granite can do for you.
Here we see the old Formica topped counter replaced with 48 squarefeet of Venetian Gold granite. The sink island was expanded past the old 24 inch deep cabinet line into a huge 10 foot by 3.5 foot island, And for a unique touch the front of the island has been wrapped with what appears to be reclaimed wood but is in reality laminate flooring. In less than 1 week this Glendale Kitchen went from dated and cramped to wide open and beautiful.
A finished edge on your countertops is the final touch to making your granite look like work of art! Here are our most popular edges!
The Bevel Edge
An angled edge. Available in 3cm or 4cm
The Double Bevel Edge
An angled cut to both the top and bottom edges. Available in 2cm, 3cm, 4cm
The Bullnose Edge
Deeply rounded at the top and bottom. Available in 2cm, 3cm, 4cm or 6cm
The Demi Bullnose Edge
Softly rounded on the top. Available in 2cm, 3cm, or 4cm
The Eased Edge
This edge is beveled, not rounded, at the top. Available in 2cm, 3cm, 4cm
The Mitered Edge
The mitered edge is an edge assembled from two pieces, to give a countertop with less weight the appearance of a much heavier one. Available in 2cm, 3cm.
The Ogee Edge
A classic Ogee profile
The Waterfall Edge
Here at Premium Granite we have a wide selection of in-stock prefab granite.
Prefab… what exactly does ‘Prefab’ granite mean? What are the differences between prefab and custom granite installation? Is there an advantage in doing one or the other? Educating yourself about natural stone is very important before you have any type of stone installed in your home.
Prefab granite is 100% natural stone and comes in the highest quality here at Premium Granite. Some of the main advantages of using prefab granite are a very quick installation time, it’s more cost effective for the customer, and the large selection we have to offer will suit everyone’s style. Prefab granite comes precut to fit standard kitchen and bathroom cabinets as well as wider pre-edged pieces to accommodate bar tops, breakfast nooks, islands and peninsulas. Since the pieces come precut and edged, this saves on fabrication cost and time.
Choosing prefab is a quicker and less expensive option, but using custom slabs is always an option. If the job is large enough and the waste not too excessive, using raw un-edged slabs is a choice option, if it fits your remodeling budget. With prefab granite, you are getting the same beauty and quality as a custom slab, with a shorter order and installation time and less of an impact on your pocket book. Regardless of whether you choose prefab or custom slabs, Premium Granite is fully prepared with our company staff of custom fabricators to do a quality installation.
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