With more than a decade of experience, Buffalo One-Stop Shop has developed an organized process that makes it easy to purchase and install your granite, marble, soapstone, quartz, or quartzite custom countertop. Once you have selected your countertop material, we offer the following steps to help make the process of installing your new custom countertop as easy as possible:
Custom Countertop Quote
We’ll take your countertop measurements and give you an initial quote based on those dimensions. The quote is an estimate and subject to change dependent upon the final size, countertop materials chosen, and specifications of your new custom countertop.
All old countertops must be removed before we can make a digital template for your new custom countertop. For an additional charge, we can remove and dispose of your existing countertops for you upon request. Please contact us for more information on removal and disposal of your old countertops.
New Countertop Templates
Our professionals will create a digital template of your countertop. In order to create an accurate template of your custom countertop, we ask that you please ensure the following guidelines are met prior to template measuring:
- Remove your old countertops.
- You must have finished walls where your new custom countertops will be secured.
- Sinks, stove and faucets must be on-site, unless you purchased your sink and faucet through Buffalo One Stop Shop.
- A decision-maker must be present in order to verify and sign off on all custom countertop details.
We will contact you to schedule a time for your custom countertop installation. We will try to find a time that is convenient for you to ensure a quality installation of your new custom countertop.
We also offer countertop restoration services to repair or refinish your current countertops to restore and enhance the beauty of your existing kitchen or bathroom countertops. Our restoration experts can repair chips, scratches, stains or any type of stone damage to match the existing natural stone or quartz countertop material, including granite, marble, quartz countertops.