Need quick answer -please!!
FYI I live in California.
I am meeting a fabricator/installer this morning whom I am considering for installation of my Silestone countertop, He has a D12 license which is for "synthetic materials".
A previous installer whom I had all but hired but couldn't because of scheduling problems, has a C54 license - which in addition to tile includes all stone - granite, quartz, etc.
I am wondering if it is important I choose the C54 over the D12 license.. because synthetic materials include Corian, Formica etc. and I don't know how much they differ from stone/quartz when it comes to fabrication and installation.
However, Silestone is an engineered quartz - *but* it is 94 percent ( or around that, I forget now) natural quartz.
Should I go with the D12 license at all?
I'm sorry for the rush but I have to finalize the countertop installation very soon and am having doubts now regarding the license! ( yep, crazy, I know).
Please, please advise asap!!