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How It Works

The 5 Simple Steps of Remodeling

We understand that the design, purchasing, and installation process can be confusing. To give you a better sense of how the process works, we invite you to explore the following  “How it Works” information here.

Or, if you’d like to start by learning  more about us, please click here.

Introduction

ҰƵapp is a premium supplier of natural stone and quartz. Customers updating their kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, shower walls, and fireplaces trust us to provide solutions that perfectly meet their unique needs. Whether browsing our website for the latest inventory, or visiting one of our inviting showrooms, you can look to us for an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

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Whats the size of your project

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Find the right help

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Get inspired!

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Explore your options

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Visit a showroom

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What's the size of your project?

To get a better sense for the resources you’ll need, it’s helpful to clarify whether your project is a full-scale renovation or a partial remodel. Put another way, will you replace cabinets, flooring, and fixtures or perhaps just replace the countertops?

Consider:

  • Budget: Depending on the materials and the size of the project, new countertops can range from a couple thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars including installation.
  • Timeline: New countertops can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.

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Find the right help

After determining the scope of your project, you’ll want to
connect with industry professionals. See who might you be working with.

Designers

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Stone Fabricator

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For bigger projects, you may want to work with an Interior Designer. Designers can create a design for your space based on your intended uses and style. They can also oversee the remodel process and bring in, as desired, independent contractors including cabinet installers, plumbers, or stone fabricators.

At some point in the process, you’ll need to work with a stone fabricator to measure your space and to purchase, cut, and install the stone you select. If you’re not already working with a fabricator, we can help you find one – contact the ҰƵapp branch nearest you for assistance.

If you need expert guidance, either at the beginning of a project or when you’re ready to choose your favorite colors and designs, visit one of our 36 locations. You’ll find friendly, knowledgeable staff, bright clean well-organized warehouses, and deep inventory at a variety of price points.

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Get Inspired!

With limitless design possibilities, how can you discover what inspires you and best fits your personal preferences? We’ve got you covered with some helpful tools!

Visualizer

Use our visualizer to explore designs in a variety of room settings. When you find what you like, simply save your design and email it or print it out to bring along when you visit us.

Inspiration Gallery

Browse a variety of kitchen and bathroom styles, all created with our materials, to  find what appeals to–and inspires–you the most.

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Explore your options

We stock an extensive inventory of quartz and natural stone at all of our locations. Additionally, in select locations, we also offer an high-quality range of porcelain.
What are the benefits and difference between each?

Natural Stone

Natural stone slabs add elegance to spaces with unique veining, color variations, and unmatched beauty.

Quartz

Available in many colors, QUartz is beautiful, durable, and resits stains and scratches – ideal for countertops.

Porcelain

Porcelain is Durable and precisely made, exuding elegance for a luxurious look and feel in any setting.

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Visit a showroom

When you’re ready to select your countertop, visit your nearest ҰƵapp showroom–no appointment necessary!

TIP

While we don’t sell directly to the public, seeing slabs and materials in person will clarify and simplify the process. Pricing  information comes from the fabricator.