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Top knotch fabricator DC area (Maryland burbs)

Posted by joaniepoanie (My Page) on
Wed, May 1, 13 at 11:28

Searching for the best granite fabricator in suburban DC (Maryland--or they will travel to Mont. Co.)....I need some repair work done and don't want to use original fabricator. Thanks for any information!


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RE: Top knotch fabricator DC area (Maryland burbs)

I (and my mom) was very, very pleased with Washington Marble & Granite, Tyler Place, Ijamsville, 301-831-1323. Ask for Terri.

At our install, there was a chip during installation process they repaired and it looks fabulous. They even said if it wasn't to my satisfaction, they would redo the entire counter. I can't even find the repair and I know it's there. And more recently my mom dropped something and took a small chip a few months after her installation, they came out and took care of it no charge.

Best of luck!


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RE: Top knotch fabricator DC area (Maryland burbs)

Thanks swtceleb....I will try them.


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RE: Top knotch fabricator DC area (Maryland burbs)

I absolutely love the ladies at Granite Grannies. They're address is Upper Marlboro, but they're actually just south of Bowie.

Not only do they do great, very custom work (they didn't blink at my crazy ideas) but they let me pay ahead.

IOW, I have no $$. They let me send them money until I hit half, then they installed, and I've paid them the rest. I'm now paying towards soapstone in my kitchen.

Kimi is the go-to girl.


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RE: Top knotch fabricator DC area (Maryland burbs)

A timely topic. Just looked at Angie's List, and the reviews for Washington Marble and Granite are excellent. For Granite Grannies, there are several negative ones.


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