1. Can you supply one container every 8weeks to the company like ours?

Ans) Yes, we can do that. In fact, we do business with companies like yours. Supplying 2-3 containers a year is not a big deal for us.

  1. What if we require multiple colours per container?

Ans) it won’t be a problem but the materials must come from any specific country. If you need the mixed loads such as Indian, Brazilian, Swedish granites, etc, then they need to come from Italy.

  1. What is the standard slab size you supply?

Ans) Well, it depends on the price range. There are different sizes of slabs that we supply as per the prices.

  1. What is the delivery time per order?

Ans) when we dispatch a slab, it takes 2-4 weeks and strips will take 4-6 weeks. However, we try hard to reduce time of delivery by working on extra production work.

  1. What is your estimate of number of slabs per gangshaw?

Ans) 2cm equals to 375 meters square per container coming around to 90-100 slabs.

  1. Can it be said that prices of various colours of stones vary?

Ans) yes, they do vary and you can check out our price list.

  1. Can you offer free length strip to our specification?

Ans) Yes, certainly!

  1. If we require free samples for our potentials?

Ans)  We can offer you free samples included within the containers. You need to specify your needs. Well, we supply 150 x 150 x 10 mm
(6″ x 6″ x 3/8″) or 100x100x10mm (4¡±x4¡±x3/8¡±).

  1. Why the on offer prices so competitive?

Ans) because you are procuring products directly from the producer

  1. Can you distinguish between commercial quality and first choice?

Ans) Commercial quality materials do not often meet the aesthetic needs of retain stone industry. They may have flaws like lines, spots, and can have different shades altogether unlike first choice materials where there is no flaw or defect. First choice material is very much uniform, free of any potential flaw, defect and the material thickness does not differ. Since all the materials are filled with the epoxy resin and are completed to the accepted industry standards, such products are great. When you talk of tiles, they are perfectly bevelled, calibrated and polished.

  1. Is the Granite counter very expensive?

Ans) The prices of Granite Counters begin at $25 per square foot. So, if you have 30” foot, it will cost you $60. Granite is more costly than Formica but not as expensive as solid material like Corian.

  1. Can I do home remodelling myself?

Ans) you don’t have to be an expert to do general carpentry and renovation. But you got to have some experience in general renovation and carpentry. You may reach up to a stage smoothly but encounter problems at the later stages of remodelling. Here comes the role of an expert renovator. If the walls are not square, for example, you have to adjust properly the seam with your diamond saw. For doing the template and the installation work of countertops, slabs, tiles, you must hire an expert.

  1. Can Granite stain?

Ans) No! Granite is porous to some extent but it has a very little porosity. Few of the shades show some trace of moisture when exposed to water for an hour or so. After you wipe the puddle of water, you may notice dark spots. But then, the spot will dry and no flaw will be noticed. Since our granite has the sealer on top of the fabricator, it will not stain.

  1. Will my granite countertop look like as shown in the sample?

Ans) Granite, being a natural product, has great variations in terms of tone, colours, patterns, grains and thus it is appealing. The sample you see is just the part of the granite and so there will be difference between granite you get and the sample you see. If you choose granites like Black Galaxy, Absolute Black, etc, you will get what you see in the sample. Check out the slab and do not go by the sample.

  1. Is granite scratch resistant?

Ans) Yes, granite being very hard, cannot be scratched. Only diamond and tungsten tools can cause scratches.

  1. Can granite chip?

And) No it cannot until you exercise sever abuse with sharper tools. Even if you see a chip, fill it up with epoxy and granite mixture.

  1. Will the seams appear?

Ans) since granite is extracted in blocks that do not exceed 10’ in length, seams will show. In fact, seams are required to reduce the cost and are used in ‘L’ shaped corners. How apparent is the seam depends on the pattern, colour and granularity of the granite.

  1. How seams are made?

Ans) Seams are formed when granite joins the smooth and straight cuts. During the installation, silicone is placed with the seam in order to seal it. Seams have to be joined with epoxy where the area encounters stress.

  1. What is the maintenance tip for granite?

Ans) Use organic window cleaner to wipe it.

  1. Can granite stain or burn?

Ans) No, it will not. Ordinary use will not burn or stain it. But then, be careful. Few colours in it can absorb the heat and moisture. Use a stone sealer to maintain granites and keep it new for decades.

  1. How to do sinks?

Ans) a sink can be under mount or drop-in mount. Available in a variety of materials like ceramic, stainless steel, iron, you need to cut out the granite to perfectly accommodate the sink. Sink needs template and proper cut out. Locate the sink precisely and cut it exactly as indicated. Minimum of 3 inches and 3 ½ inches granite must be there between the edge and the sink.

  1. Is it possible to cantilever granite?

Ans) Yes, you can do it up to 14”. But then, adequate support must be on the fixed end and the piece should be large enough. Avoid cantilevering unsupported granite.

  1. Can there be cracks on granite?

Ans) Possibly Not! It is only during installation and shipping that cracks may be there.

  1. Can the left out granite from the cut-out be used?

 

Ans) No granite will be left out from the cut out. The granite for cut-out is eliminated during the cut out creation. Larger drills are used with the diagonal saw cut to get rid of the cut out.