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Why You Should Hire a Professional to Install Your Countertops

There are a variety of elements that contribute to the overall aesthetic and functionality of your kitchen or bathroom. During an installation or remodel, it is imperative that every aspect is installed properly in order to ensure that each component works properly with the others. If one element of your kitchen or bathroom is installed incorrectly, it can greatly affect the functionality of the entire room, and may even result in damages. Proper installation of your granite, marble or quartz countertops is key to a quality, long-term investment.

How a Kitchen or Bathroom DIY Can Go Wrong

There are many benefits to hiring a professional, like Custom Granite, to install your kitchen or bathroom countertops. The surface of your countertops may rupture if they are installed over an uneven foundation. They can also rupture if they have poorly crafted joints, or if there isn’t enough time for the glue to properly dry.

If you have appliances that need the support of a countertop in order to operate, then it’s extremely important that they are installed by a professional. If the necessary reinforcements aren’t there, then the countertop may slowly breakdown over time. This can result in large cracks on the edge of your fixture where the appliance is being supported.

Water damage can be extremely harmful to the quality and functionality of your granite, quartz or marble countertops. You might notice that there is water damage to your countertops because they are uneven with your cabinets, or they are beginning to swell and warp. Water damage can occur if your sink, pipes or dishwasher aren’t properly sealed. It’s also very important to ensure that the area where your back-splash meets the countertop is properly sealed as well. Another way water damage can occur is if a vapour barrier wasn’t applied during installation, or was applied incorrectly.

Hiring a professional like Custom Granite to install your countertops is an efficient way to avoid unnecessary problems with your kitchen or bathroom investment.

Quality Long-Term Investment

Granite, quartz or marble countertops are a long-term investment in your kitchen or bathroom. When you are making an addition to your home, it is extremely important to make sure that it’s done correctly. You can save yourself time and money by simply hiring a professional to ensure that the job is done correctly and quickly. Incomplete work done during an installation can be harmful, not only to your countertops, but to the rest of the installation too.

After all of the hard work and planning that you have put into creating a home that you truly love, you deserve to have a quality long-term investment. Prior to, and during the installation you can feel at ease knowing that a professional is taking care of the job correctly.

The Benefits of Hiring a Professional

When you hire a professional, like Custom Granite, to complete your countertop installation, you can practically feel the stress fade away. You can rest assured that your countertops will be installed correctly and that the rest of your kitchen or bathroom investment is being protected and cared for.

A professional will also be able to brainstorm with you. If there is something unique about your installation, you can discuss this in detail together. They might even have an idea from previous installations that could also work perfectly for your kitchen or bathroom.

There is no need to stress, commit to hard labour or put countless hours into your kitchen or bathroom countertop installation. When you acquire the help of a professional, you can sit back and relax, while your dream designs come to life. Get a free quote from Custom Granite today to get started.

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