Easy Stone Remnant Purchasing - Buying Remnant

Buying a stone remnant is simple and cost-effective. Ideal for small projects like vanity tops, fireplace surrounds, bar tops, and other small countertops, stone remnants can save you up to 80% compared to purchasing a full slab.

Tips for Buying Remnant

When considering remnant stone for your home improvement projects, it’s important to make informed decisions to ensure you get the best value and quality. Here are some expert tips to guide you through the process of buying remnant stone:

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1. Measure Your Space Accurately

Before you start shopping for remnant stone, take precise measurements of the area where you plan to use the stone. This will help you determine the size and quantity of remnant pieces you need. Accurate measurements ensure that you select pieces that fit perfectly, reducing waste and additional costs.

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2. Inspect the Quality

Just like full slabs, remnant stones come in various grades. Take the time to inspect the quality of each piece. Look for any cracks, chips, or imperfections that might affect the stone’s durability or appearance. At [Your Company Name], we ensure all our remnant stones meet high-quality standards, so you can shop with confidence.

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3. Consider the Application

Think about how you plan to use the remnant stone. Some stones are better suited for certain applications than others. For example, granite,quartz or quartzite is ideal for high-traffic areas like kitchen countertops, while marble might be better for a bathroom vanity. Understanding the properties of different stones will help you choose the best option for your specific project.

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4. Mix and Match

Don’t be afraid to get creative with remnant stones. You can mix and match different colors and patterns to create unique designs. This approach is particularly useful for smaller projects like backsplashes, accent walls, or custom furniture pieces. Mixing remnants can add a distinctive and personalized touch to your home.

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5. Check Availability

Remnant stone availability can vary, so it’s a good idea to check with your supplier about their current inventory. At United Granite, we keep a large and diverse stock of remnant stones, ensuring you have a wide selection to choose from. Our inventory is regularly updated to include the latest and best options.

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6. Ask About Custom Fabrication

If you have specific requirements for your project, inquire about custom fabrication services. Professional cutting and finishing can ensure that your remnant stone pieces fit perfectly and meet your design specifications. Our team at [Your Company Name] offers custom fabrication to help you achieve the perfect look for your space

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7. Think Long-Term

Consider the long-term maintenance and care of the stone you choose. Different stones have different maintenance requirements. For example, granite is low-maintenance, while marble might require more care to prevent staining and etching. Choose a stone that fits your lifestyle and maintenance preferences.

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8. Seek Expert Advice

When in doubt, seek expert advice. Our knowledgeable staff at [Your Company Name] is always available to help you select the perfect remnant stone for your project. We can provide recommendations based on your needs, preferences, and budget.


Call Us

For more information or to schedule a visit, contact us on our phone number or email info@unitedgranitepa.com. Let us help you find the ideal relic stone to transform your home.

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(610) 200-5484

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Visit Our Showroom

Are you ready to discover our selection of high quality relic stones? Visit our showroom to see our extensive inventory. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is here to help you every step of the way.

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United Granite PA – 2546 General Armistead Ave, Trooper, PA 19403,