We understand that you probably have several questions, so we have created this FAQ to help answer some of the more basic questions. If you have any further questions, you can always contact us.
Unless you have opted for our Turn-Key option, Sedona Stone installers will not tear out your existing countertops. It is the customer’s responsibility to arrange for the removal of existing countertops prior to installation. If countertops are not removed prior to the arrival of our installers, your job will not be installed and return trip charge will be assessed. This will also delay the installation of your project.
If Sedona Stone is contracted to tear out any existing countertops, the customer is responsible for removal of all items in the base cabinets.
Yes. While the process usually takes several weeks, demolition can be completed the day before installation to avoid any inconvenience. The customer is responsible for contacting a local plumber for reconnection or opt to do the plumbing themselves. If a general contractor is involved, you can often arrange to have a temporary sink installed. This option is especially helpful if you have new cabinets.
To avoid installation difficulties and delays, please be sure walls and cabinets are structurally sound, straight, level and square.
Every effort is made to protect your walls and other adjacent surfaces. When a heavy, natural stone, countertop is installed, however, some scuffing may occur. Any “touch ups” needed are the responsibility of the homeowner.
Yes. For proper cutout size verification, it is necessary to have the sink (if using your own), faucet fixtures, and appliances available during template and installation.