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  • Welcome!

    Thank you for visiting Discounted Granite, the best place for all your granite needs!


    We invite you to take a few minutes to learn about our company, our product, and our affordable pricing. If you are searching for the highest quality granite countertops, tile backsplashes, marble fireplaces and more at the lowest price with the most thorough and dependable service in the industry, you came to the right place!

    In fact, do you know what usually happens to our visitors? They become our clients!

    We look forward to assisting you to complete all your granite countertop projects on time and within budget.

    Contact us today and we will get you started!



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  • Measuring Guide

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    How to Buy

    Granite Countertops?

    1. Shop for the best value. Most granite countertops installation companies offer free in-home estimates. We invite you to schedule us and several other companies to compare prices. You will find Discounted Granite truly offers the highest quality stone for the lowest possible price.


    2. Once you decide where to purchase your granite countertops, select a color compatible with the d├ęcor of your home. Since granite countertops are natural stones, color variation, pits, and hairline cracks are common. This adds to the natural beauty of your stone. Therefore, your granite countertops will not be identical to the showroom sample. Discounted Granite encourages you to choose your own slab directly from our warehouse.


    3. Next, decide if you prefer a drop-in or under-mounted sink. You must provide your fabricator with sink templates, so it is important to purchase your sinks before work begins.


    4. Choose a countertop depth. Granite countertops are either two or three centimeters (3/4 or 1 inch) thick. Thicker granite countertops are more expensive, but are stronger and more attractive. Two-centimeter countertops cost less, but usually require plywood supports and laminate edges.


    5. Determine what type of granite countertops edges you want. If you don't see what you like in our showroom, ask us for a custom design. Consider cabinet detail and other architectural features of your home when making your decision.


    6. Decide if seamless granite countertops are important to you. Seams in granite countertops are often visible, so you may choose to pay extra for seamless fabrication. Seams can be placed near sinks to minimize their appearance, but this may gradually damage the grout due to water exposure. Ask your installer what would work best for you.

    Granite Countertops

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