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Granite Dealers In Sacramento

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Granite Dealers


Below is a list of businesses which provide Granite Dealers services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.




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Business Listing   American Olean / Marazzi Sales Service Center 519 - Sacramento - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 364-0741


Business Listing   American Olean Sales Service Center 546 - Sacramento North - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 338-1170



Business Listing   Palm Tile And Stone Gallery - Sacramento, CA - Phone: (916) 368-8453


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Helpful Definition for: Granite Dealers

Sacramento has one or more granite dealers. Granite is a kind of igneous rock, that is hard and has a coarse grained structure. This is used for making statues, memorials, floorings for many buildings, and kitchen countertops. It is hard wearing and durable. Granite is most popularly used in kitchen countertops in Sacramento, with other products also being available such as slabs, kitchen counters, vanity tops, stone counter tops, fireplace surrounds, jacuzzi tops, sinks, tubs, tiles, mosaics and kitchen cabinetry. The dealers maintain an inventory of different grades and specificarions of granite. You first need to have at least a vague idea of how to fit in the granite-made object into the kitchen or bathroom, Using that, a rough design is made and the measurements of the stone needed, calculated. Then the workers take precise measurements at your home, after which the template is cut in real stone and converted into a well-finished piece. Warranty and service packages may also be available in Sacramento.

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