Granite Transformations opened its doors in 1996 and has rapidly grown, operating now in 28 states. It is also a global company that has facilities in over 50 countries other than the U.S. They manufacture products in a multitude of materials from granite and quartz to mosaic tile and recycled glass.
Granite Transformations guarantees a limited lifetime warranty on all products to customers who use its services. Compared to other companies in the kitchen remodeling industry, this warranty is almost the best you could hope for.
As soon as you pull up the Granite Transformations website, you are greeted by some familiar faces. Granite Transformations offers Diamond Collection products from "Flip or Flop" hosts Tarek and Christina. The two HGTV stars have gained a reputation for turning old, run-down houses into beautiful, fashionable homes. Tarek and Christina’s products are sure to be a reflection of the work they produce on their show.
In addition to celebrity-level products, Granite Transformations offers a wide variety of materials. On its website, it lists the Trascenda line of products, The Diamond Collection, quartz countertops, mosaic tiles, cabinet refacing, granite countertops, and recycled glass countertops. Customers looking to explore their options will be delighted by the range of products and materials offered by Granite Transformations.
Granite Transformations looks to make the kitchen remodeling process as stress free as possible. The installation team will install your desired countertop on top of the existing one, removing the hassle and cost of demolition. Its in-home design consultation is free, and is followed by a consultant-guided product selection and design. Once you’ve chosen your favorite products and design, a design team will take only a few days to install. Granite Transformations has even claimed to have finished installing in less than 24 hours.
Sadly and like almost every other company in the industry, Granite Transformations does not disclose any fees that are involved in the process. Though it may not have any fees at all, potential customers have no choice but to assume there are additional hidden fees. In this case, the most likely scenario is that any existing fees will be added on when you pay for your new kitchen remodeling.