Our Process

How It Works

We make getting new countertops a smooth process from start to finish. See our 8 steps to new countertops and learn how simple it is to get started today!

Step 1

Measure Your Space

Grab a tape measure and draw a simple picture of your cabinet dimensions. Already have cabinet or building plans? We’ll gladly work off those. To learn more about how to measure your space and draw the diagram, check out our process video above.

Step 2

Receive a Quote

There are two different ways to receive a quote: click ‘request a quote’ via our website or visit our store. If requesting a quote via our website, also check out our in-stock stone and let us know which stone you’d like us to quote.

Step 3

Stone Selection

Once you’re ready to move forward with your project, it’s time to select your stone. Visit our expansive showroom to see in-stock full slabs.

Step 4

Schedule Professional Measure & Installation

We will schedule your measurement appointment and installation once the following are completed: Contract signed, 50% deposit paid, confirmed cabinet installation date (if you’re getting new cabinets).

Step 5

Laser Measurement

Our measurement engineer will visit your home to laser measure your space. With these measurements, we develop a CAD file of your project and review it with you.

Step 6

Digital Layout (Add-on Fee)

If you purchased a digital layout, you’ll receive an email with a picture of your stone slab imported digitally onto the CAD file of your project. You will be able to visualize the finished product and can approve the digital layout prior to us cutting.

Step 7

Fabrication

We cut your project on our CNC Robot and polish it.

Step 8

Installation

A team from Wisconsin Granite will arrive and install. Typically, within a day, depending on the size of the project.

Baca Robo SawJet

Precision in Fabrication

Wisconsin Granite invests in the latest equipment and technology to offer our customers the best results for their projects. The correct equipment and precision in measurement and cutting are necessary for creating beautiful countertops in your home and it’s what we do best.

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