MARCH 16TH 2018
When you build a new home from the ground up, you should get what you want while in the planning stages. Unhappy with their contractor’s countertop options, this week’s clients came to International Granite and Stone after their house was built to get exactly what they wanted.
“Just give us the basic package, we’ll take it from here.” Mr. Van Huis had told their contractor.
After the house was built, they immediately ripped out the cabinets, countertops, and the drywall, bringing the kitchen down to the studs. The contents of the kitchen, however, did not go to waste. The Van Huis were able to donate the cabinets, countertops, and the appliances they tore out to Habitats for Humanity. Habitats for Humanity’s mission is to meet the needs of low-income communities by building more affordable homes.
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From there they replaced all their appliances including the refrigerator and cooktop. They then cut down the pre-existing high-bar/bar top area and made it level into one big island. Once the surface was level, the Van Huis took a trip to the International Granite and Stone’s Premier Cambria Showroom in Clearwater, to take a look at some big pieces of stone. They knew they wanted quartz, but what they didn’t know was they were going to fall in love with a color as soon as they walked through the doors. They laid eyes on our Cambria Brittanicca Counter and fell in love.
“We had your guy over a few days later to give us the official quote and sign the paperwork. It was a done deal as soon as we saw it in your showroom” Mrs. Van Huis said.
Here at International Granite and 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 over 16 years, we’ve worked tirelessly to establish a loyal client base in the Tampa Bay and Orlando Area.
Written By Samantha Schaffer