All cabinets must be completely installed and leve prior to the scheduled template. Incomplete/improper cabinet installation may include, but is not limited to the following:
Unlevel cabinets – cabinets must be level to properly support the stone.
Cabinets not permanently secured in final location – moving of cabinets after templating can result in poor fit.
Having installed upper cabinets that are to sit on top of the stone countertops – these cabinets must be installed after the countertops are in place.
Old countertops must be removed (unless we are providing this service).
Sink must be on site so that we may take the manufacturer’s provided template back to the shop.
Fabrication & Installation Process
fabrication and installation process is performed in Los Angeles facilities. by are main fabricator planet stone
This centralization allows us to complete your project in less time and less money than our competitors.
At your convenience, visit our showroom. There, we will assist you in making a stone selection and will promptly provide a pricing estimate according to the provided cabinet drawings or a rough sketch of your project.
We invite you to our showroom where you will help direct the placement of the template over your chosen stone all to capture your favorite details of the actual slab.
Our experienced and knowledgeable fabricators are instructed to keep the joints/seams to a minimum, while maximizing the use of the stone in each slab. After the stone has been cut to the appropriate size, it is then fabricated. Fabrication includes shaping and polishing the edge detail of the stone and opening sink and cooktop cutouts.
On your scheduled install date please have all areas receiving stone clear and accessible. The sink, faucet and stove top must be disconnected and removed prior to the installation of the new stone countertops.
planet stone staff will be courteous, professional and knowledgeable during the whole process. They will clean-up after themselves and will be careful not to cause any type of damage or mess on the job site.