Granite countertops are becoming the standard of design and function
in kitchens. Made from granite, a tough, hard stone, they offer years of
durability and beauty. Granite countertops are becoming an increasingly
popular choice for people to put in their kitchens and bathrooms, and
due to its longevity and style, it’s no surprise that it is used so
Why Choose Granite Counters?
Kitchen granite countertops are a gorgeous addition to any food prep
area. Stately and bold, while also being extremely durable and easy to
clean, adding a granite to your kitchen is a choice that you and your
family will be happy with for a long, long time.
Few countertop options have the durability of granite which means
it’s a perfect solution for people who use their kitchens frequently,
from families with small children to gourmet foodies who prepare a lot
of food. Granite is resistant to heat, moisture, scratches, cracks and
many of the ailments of other countertops.
There are several things to consider when choosing granite
countertops in San Diego. One of the most important considerations is
the color of your countertops and the region of its origin. Fortunately
the experts at SD Flooring can help you pick the best stone for your
remodel or new build. Contact them today to get your kitchen or bathroom
countertops templated and built to your specific direction.
I highly do NOT recommend SD flooring! The countertops were installed and were two completely different colors! It’s been months trying to get it fixed. They have no customer service, are highly unreliable and we are extremely disappointed! - By Alyssa W
I had a good experience with SD Flooring Center & Design. I had done work with them about 6 months ago they offered some good quality products. Most recently, there was a little change on the pricing, but everything else was definitely great. Overall, I enjoyed the customer-friendly staff and they were very easy to work with. They offer good quality products and I'm happy to be a customer for them. - By Jeff F
I did not like the wood flooring that they delivered to me, I tried to refuse it but they had unloaded it before they brought in a sample for me to approve. I was charged an extra 1.00 per square foot for water proofing that they didn't apply. The carpet that they installed has stretched out so I will need to hire someone to re-stretch it. The wood flooring is thin and is wearing out. Overall awful experience. - By Suzanne C