What to avoid when selecting Granite slabs or fabricators.
- Prices too good to be true You already know the old adage If it seems to good to be true, it probably is This industry is especially vulnerable due to most customers not knowing how to tell a good stone from a bad one.
- Standard quality (2nd quality) slabs have flaws you may not even be able see, but can lead to cracking during or after installation Mix and matched lots and kitchens pieced together from remnants is common practice to hold down costs at many fabrication shops.
- Avoid, fabricators who make their templates with strips of plastic or wood. Demand digital accuracy. The difference in finished product fit is tremendous.
- lf you choose slabs that have veins and movement in the colors you would be crazy to allow a fabricator to cut your slabs without digital Slab Smith layout technology