In the “Mile-High City,” home remodeling is easy when using utilizing the ever popular granite countertops Denver area retailers. This beautiful polished stone is perfect for updating and warming up kitchens and bathrooms, in those chilly, snow-capped mountains.
What can I expect to pay for granite countertops in Denver?
The cost, depending on the quality of the granite, is anywhere from $46.00 to $76.00 per square foot, installed. Compared to other cities, Denver is pretty average in its pricing.
Where do you recommend I go to find my granite?
According to yellowpages.com some top rated granite retailer and fabricators in the Denver area include; Colorado Countertops, Denver Granite, LLC, Granite Marble Design and Gold Imperial Design. These were all five star rated by customers who has direct experience with these retailers. However, there are a lot of retailers and fabricators in and around Denver. One hundred and two to be exact, which is great news, because the market for granite countertops is very competitive. Visiting several retailer’s showrooms to compare color, styles and pricing is always the best route to take, so you have no regrets later! The best part about buying granite in Denver is that most of the top rated retailers listed above, also fall in the discount or wholesale retailer category, as well!
I have chosen a granite, now what?
So now you have chosen the color and quality of granite you want to use to update your bath or kitchen. Now who should install it? Many granite retailers offer installation (sometimes free with purchase!) or offer general contractors to do the job. Some of the highest rated installers in Denver come from these retailers; AC Marble & Granite, Colorado Countertops and Denver Granite, LLC. Installers are another thing you can shop around for as far as pricing and service as there are one hundred and three others to choose from. Some of these retailers offer one day installation. If you decide to go with a general contractor who is independent, make sure you do your research in order to be sure you are getting a reputable one that is sure to get the job done. The last option, if you are super handy and have the right tools or access to them, is to take matters into your own hands and do it yourself. However, you will still need to find an acceptable slab, cut it, polish it and install it. It can be a bit of a job and is really not that much less expensive than having someone from a retailer or fabricator install it for you. No headache, that way. However, one can always appreciate the satisfaction of knowing that they did that themselves.
Denver may be a mile in the sky and have some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the country, however, with an updated, warm kitchen or bath, it would not matter about the weather outside. Being at home enjoying your new look in these rooms will warm you from the inside.