The professionals at Granite Transformations of Seattle can most often complete your kitchen makeover in a day, giving you a fresh look for your countertops, backsplashes and cupboard faces.

The professionals at Granite Transformations of Seattle can most often complete your kitchen makeover in a day, giving you a fresh look for your countertops, backsplashes and cupboard faces.

Updating your kitchen is as easy as 1-2-3!

Transforming your kitchen countertops, backsplashes and cupboard doors can be done in a day

You want to update your kitchen, but you worry about finding time to meet with multiple professionals to go over ideas, costs and how a renovation may disrupt your life.

What if you could refresh this focal point in your home in three easy visits, with a minimum of stress, upheaval and wait time?

“One of the things people look forward to is a complete transformation of the look of their space, without doing a major demolition,” says April Peterson, marketing co-ordinator with Granite Transformations of Seattle. “Your kitchen can be dramatically improved with new countertops, backsplashes and refaced cabinets, installed right over your existing surfaces.”

This three-step process makes it easy to go from blasé to brilliant:

  1. No-obligation design consultation – A Granite Transformations professional brings color samples for quartz, granite and recycled glass engineered stone countertops and backsplashes, so you can see what they look like in your home, in your light. The consultant goes over your options and answers questions about anything from product availability and the installation process, to time frames. Measurements are taken to build the price quote. Tip: You’ll want all decision makers present for the appointment!
  2. Creating your template – After you’ve decided on color and provided a down payment, another member of the Granite Transformations team stops by to make a template from which the new surfaces will be created. It’s also the time final decisions are made about such technical aspects as where seams will wind up, alignment with windows, etc. This usually takes place two weeks before installation.
  3. It’s installation day! Typically the sink is disconnected in the morning – Granite Transformations also carries a line of sinks – then the install crew comes in. Most makeovers are completed in a day, which makes for far less disruption, Peterson says. “It definitely makes it easier, as you’re not without your kitchen for an undetermined amount of time.” Hook the water up the next morning and you’re ready to enjoy your newly remade kitchen!

Going with tile? No extra install time

If you’ve chosen one of the many tile options available for your backsplashes, the process of permanently attaching the tile to the surface being installed in your kitchen happens at the shop, not in your home. That reduces the time taken with the install procedure and helps the final process stay within one day.

Ask about bathroom makeovers

The same surfaces are available for your bathroom tiling, tub surrounds and vanity counters. See some ideas here and ask your Granite Transformations professional for more details.

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To get started or learn more, reach out using the form at the top of the home page, call 206-278-7806 or email them at seattle@granitetransformations.com. You can also follow design trends on Facebook or Instagram.


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Before photograph (above) shows older style of counters, cabinet fronts, sink and backsplashes. After photo (below) gives just one idea of what can be done to freshen up your kitchen.

Before photograph (above) shows older style of counters, cabinet fronts, sink and backsplashes. After photo (below) gives just one idea of what can be done to freshen up your kitchen.

Before photograph (above) shows older style of counters, cabinet fronts, sink and backsplashes. After photo (below) gives just one idea of what can be done to freshen up your kitchen.

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