FAQs
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I want a dream kitchen. Where do I start?

There are many details that go into the design and structure of a beautiful, and more useful kitchen. See this helpful article with money-saving tips on your remodel or simple update. Please note: Depending on your browser, this will open and/or download a pdf file.

I'm ready for a consultation. What information should I bring?

To save everyone time and get everyone off on the right foot, see this convenient 'Check List' you can print and take with you. Please note: Depending on your browser, this will open and/or download a pdf file.

What is the difference between Granite and Quartz Countertops?

These are two of the most popular materials for countertops. See our 'Quartz vs Granite Article' for helpful information about both materials. Please note: Depending on your browser, this will open and/or download a pdf file.

I've seen a chiseled edge on a table top. Can I get this on a countertop?

Yes, you can. This helpful article talks about Quartz Countertop edges, which is similar to what may also be available for Granite. Please note: Depending on your browser, this will open and/or download a pdf file.

 

This page on our parent website, Laminated Tops of Central Indiana, will also show you various Laminate Edge styles (also called 'Edge Profiles") that are available.

When it comes time for my new countertop install, do I need to remove all of the drawers, just the contents, or just the top drawers?

We recommend you remove the drawers and the contents of the base cabinets and place these items well out of the way or in another room.  Removal of the existing tops can be messy, and it certainly is easier to clean up, if the cabinets are empty and free from drawers. 

In cabinet construction, what is the difference between 'plywood' and 'furniture board'?

When ordering new cabinets, these two most common materials should come up in your consultation. Click this helpful article for some great tips that can help you decide what is best for your remodel/update. Cost, Value and Durability are the main considerations.