APRIL 13TH 2018
This week, we visited a home that desperately needed replacing, after an accident damaged the existing kitchen counters. Accidental damage is one of the leading causes for replacing countertops, whether it be broken or cracked stone, or flood damage. An accident left the homeowner without a 3 foot chunk of granite on the highball, after a decorative column came crashing down on the countertops. Unfortunately, the color the homeowners originally had installed was discontinued, so replacing just the broken piece was a tough fix resulting in all new kitchen tops.
The homeowners came to International Granite and Stone looking to have the situation fixed. The customers had used our company in the past for their bathroom projects and immediately scheduled an In-Home Consultation with IGS Designer Jessica A. Jessica A. was able to help the couple find a similar type of Granite that would complement their interior without fail. The homeowners chose Typhoon Taupe Granite.
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“I loved the color we had, but the new color looks terrific and i like it better. Everyone was extremely professional in helping us rectify the situation.” Mrs. Downing said.
The homeowners decided to use an upgraded Ogee edge in the kitchen, after using it in their bathroom to their liking. While replacing the highbar countertop, the couple opted to widen the piece, to allow for more room to spread out while sitting at the bar top. In addition to the Kitchen counters, the Downing family also opted to accent their fireplace with the Typhoon Taupe Granite, using it to create an extended Mantle.
Here at International Granite & Stone, Customer Satisfaction is key. We want you to love your home even more than you already do after we install your custom countertops. For 16 years, we’ve worked tirelessly to establish a loyal client base in the Tampa Bay and Orlando.
Written by Samantha Schaffer