Basic Information

Granite is an extremely durable natural stone, ideal for kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, fireplaces, showers, and spas. It is available in a variety of colors, with several available edge profiles from which to choose.

Standard Granite Countertop Pricing

When it comes to granite counter tops, Abella Stone is comitted to providing its customers with the best value possible. In fact, we will beat any of the boxed store’s granite prices (Lowe’s, Home Depot, Ikea, etc…), GUARANTEED!

Stock Granite Colors

As of March 19th, we currently stock 134 colors of granite!  Please visit our facility to see these slabs!

Optional Items


  • Flat edge $ (no charge)
  • Eased contemporary edge $ (no charge)
  • Small Waterfall  $ 5.00 per linear foot
  • Small Bevel  $ 10.00 per linear foot
  • Hand Waterfall  $12.00 per linear foot
  • Large bevel edge $14.00 per linear foot
  • Small bevel edge $12.00 per linear foot
  • Small ogee edge $18.00 per linear foot
  • CNC Waterfall  $18.00 per linear foot
  • Bull nose edge $24.00 per linear foot
  • Large ogee edge $24.00 per linear foot
  • Victorian edges $26-48 per linear foot


  • Undermount sink cutout with polished edge $385.00
  • Overmount sink cutout $150.00
  • Cook top cutout $150.00


  • Radius/clip corners on open ends of counter top/additional faucet holes $25.00
  • Additional faucet holes (3 no charge) $25.00
  • Electrical outlet cutouts in backsplash $40.00
  • 2″ grommet hole with insert $45.00
  • Tear out existing counter tops $150.00-vanity  $375.00-kitchen
  • Return service call (backsplash, holes, additional work, etc…) $100.00
  • Glide in range with back filler $100.00
  • Custom arc/shaping/round tables, etc… $25.00
  • Custom bump out/in $100.00
  • Custom L-tops (small $175.00  – Large $335.00
  • Steel brackets $50.00
  • Extra labor (due to unforeseen issues $175.00 per man)
  • Additional labor fee for installation of fireplace, mantel &/or hearth $225.00

To enhance the beauty of your granite countertop numerous edge profiles are available. Several of the most popular edges are flat polished, waterfall, ogee, and bullnose. More elaborate edge details will increase the cost of your kitchen or vanity countertops, due the amount of time necessary to produce them.


1.  How thick are granite slabs?

The standard thickness of most slabs of granite is either 2cm (3/4″ thick) or 3cm(1 1/4″ thick).

2.  How thick will my countertops be?

At Abella Stone Ltd. the standard thickness of our countertops is 3cm(1 1/4″). The breakage rate and lack of quality in thinner products have made 2cm material an undesirable material to work with.

3.  How much does granite weigh?

Granite slabs come in different thicknesses, thus effecting weight. The weight per square foot for each thickness is as follows:
*3/4″ (2cm) thick slab: 12.8 lbs per square foot
*1 1/4″ (3cm) thick slab: 19.4 lbs per square foot

4.  How much overhang do I need?

From 1 1/2″ to 2″. Countertop seating overhangs can be 10″ to 12″ with proper support (as determined by Abella Stone, Ltd.).

5.  Do I have to seal my new granite countertops after they are installed?

No, not for 2 to 5 years.

6.  Why do I have seams in my countertops and what do they look like?

The raw slab size is usually not large enough for the tops to have no seams. The cabinet layout, cook top cutouts or sink cutouts may require seams. The tops may also have to be seamed in order to avoid extreme waste of material. The seam will be sealed with a moisture proof polyester epoxy that is color matched to the material to minimize visibility.

7.  Can I choose the granite slab that will be used on my countertops?

Yes, at Abella Stone, Ltd. we encourage our clients to visit our location to hand select their materials. Customers can select the exact slab that they desire for their installation.

8.  How will my project be measured?

By using a template system. A template is a pattern made of the cabinet layouts that will be used to produce the countertops to your specifications.

9.   How will I know if my old cabinets can support a new countertop?

Some stone countertops can weigh up to 30 lbs per square foot. When we come out to template, our highly trained staff will make sure your cabinets are structurally sound to handle the weight of your new countertops. The cabinets will also be checked to be sure they are level.

10. Can you disconnect or reconnect my plumbing or electrical items?

While Abella Stone, Ltd. is a highly trained granite and natural stone fabricator & installer, we are not licensed plumbers or electricians. We therefore can not assist you in these areas.

11. What should I receive when buying granite?

Not all granites and workmanship are the same, consumers must be careful when they are comparing different granite companies. The quality of the installation is just as important as the quality of the stone. An excellent installation consists of a job that fits well as a result of accurate templating, highly polished edges, timely installation with no hassles, and a quick response to all situations. At Abella Stone we believe that the overall job can only be as good as the environment of the facility. We feel our shop and manufacturing facility has first class, state of the art equipment designed to produce a superior product for our customers.