Like the Terminator, granite countertops are known for their toughness and their inability to cry. Protect cabinets and drawers with today's Groupon: for $999, you get $2,000 worth of countertops from D.F.W. Stoneworks. This deal requires a minimum counter size of 50 square feet; D.F.W.'s average kitchen countertop measures 60 square feet, which costs an average of $3,500 to $3,900.
D.F.W. Stoneworks's knowledgeable staff fits clients' kitchens and bathrooms with durable slabs of stone 3 centimeters thick. Remodelers can take measurements of their old, sullied surfaces with the help of an instructional video, then make an appointment for an in-home designer consultation to determined desired style, fixtures, and level of protection against itinerant martial artists' karate chops. Kitchen conjurers choose their stone from nine pricing categories, such as Santa Cecilia Classico ($49.95/sq. ft.) and finely speckled Crema Bordeaux ($89.95/sq. ft.). Once customers and staff arrange a price and appointment time, installers arrive to remove old counters ($4/sq. ft.), template out new material ($199), cut and polish sink openings ($289), and drape spaces in handsome stone replete with a backsplash (counts toward total square-footage) to shelter walls from damaging water droplets and impromptu mud-wrestling matches. Stone surfaces end elegantly with the included flat-edge finish, and many other designs can grace counters for an additional $30–$70. All prices include installation and a stable resting place for toasters, mixers, and rock tumblers that double as mixers. Since every kitchen varies, customers with questions can watch the company's collection of helpful videos and call to determine specific pricing and schedule an in-home consultation.
DFW Stoneworks's knowledgeable staff outfits homes with custom stonework products including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, and fireplace surroundings. The specialists cover surfaces in a choice from more than 300 colors of finished granite, accentuating wood cabinets and stainless-steel fixtures with enduring luminosity before smoothing ends with a variety of curved-, beveled-, and rounded-edge profiles. The company touts granite for its superior hardness, which requires minimal care, withstands the placement of hot dishes, and gets along well with territorial appliances. DFW Stoneworks also augments stone surfaces with fixtures such as vanities, faucets, and sinks.