A brand-new countertop can transform an outdated kitchen into a more glamorous galley, just like a fairy godmother can transform a rotting pumpkin into half a pair of glass slippers. Schedule a magical metamorphosis with today’s Groupon: for $50, you get $500 toward stone countertops replacements from Counter Intelligence. The total cost of a kitchen countertop replacement project starts at $1,995 and this Groupon gets you $500 toward that final cost. This Groupon is valid at the Silver Spring and Springfield locations, and Counter Intelligence will visit homes in these service areas.
Counter Intelligence’s expert countertop agents have installed alluring, high-end kitchen surfaces since 1986. Skilled counter connoisseurs can visit homes during free in-home consultations, wielding digital templating equipment to ensure that new countertops fit perfectly into every nook and cranny. Once the complimentary kitchen template is ready, clients may select materials from a factory showroom, deciding on new counters, sinks, faucets, and edging. Grade-A, first-cut granite travels from quarries all over the world, bringing unique colors, patterns, and souvenir postcards, and arrives coated in IntelliGuard to ward off invading spills and stains ($1,995+ for 2 cm. thick slabs & installation in a 10’x10’ kitchen). Homeowners can also opt for nonporous, color-consistent Silestone quartz or more than 60 shades of robust Cambria quartz. After clients finish perusing a variety of undermount sinks, Moen faucets, and complimentary countertop edging, Counter Intelligence will begin its two-day kitchen overhaul.
All countertops come with a standard 15-year warranty to protect against wear and tear. The knowledgeable staff can expertly answer new and frequently asked questions via email, telephone or smoke signal. Counter Intelligence also offers a tear-out-and-reconnect service that includes all the necessary demolition, plus plumbing disconnecting and reconnecting services. Costs for this service vary based on the size and scope of the job in question.