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SF Bay Area Quartz counters

Posted by bons (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 26, 13 at 10:41

I need to order my counter tops very soon.

Quartz is available all over the place in the bay area, and rather than run around to tons of places, I'm wondering if anyone in the Bay Area (preferably east bay, but not absolutely necessary) has a source they can recommend.

I'm considering Cambria, Caesarstone, Siletone, ... (hoping for one of the marble wanna-be colors).

I care mostly about price, and of course quality of fabrication/installation.

Many thanks,
Bonnie


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RE: SF Bay Area Quartz counters

I got Caesarstone counters one year ago. I ordered through my KD in Santa Rosa and they were fabricated and installed by DCD Fabrication in Benicia - www.dc-distribution dot com.

I don't know if they have a yard and slabs or just do the fabrication. I was happy with their work and my counters. I had one issue where one side of my stove recess was too tight. They took off the excess on site and cleaned up any mess they created.


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RE: SF Bay Area Quartz counters

Thanks. Looks like you have to order through one of their partners as they just do the fabrication. I'll check out a local partner.

Bonnie


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RE: SF Bay Area Quartz counters

A few years ago I used Bracho in Newark for a marble job. The guy (Henry I think) was particular about stuff (things like "you KNOW you're gonna stand on that to change a lightbulb so get a better chunk of plywood under it"). Our job was weird and they did a good job.

They were installers of some sort of quartz at the time--don't know which or if they still are but easy enough to call them. They're right by 880 and not in a sketchy area if that helps. :)


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