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Clinton Township, MI Granite Countertops, Natural Stone & Marble Company

Granite Countertop Installation and Repair in Clinton Township

Looking to hire a granite fabricator in Clinton Township, MI? Our company is called Abella Stone and we would like to introduce ourselves. We are a local Michigan wholesaler and fabricator of natural stone including granite, marble, and other types of stone. Here we can supply you with do-it-yourself counters or provide complete installation packages. Contact us today to discuss your project further.

Michigan Granite & Natural Stone Contractor in Clinton Township

So you have already owned granite and love the look but are wondering what else can be done to the countertop to add a new dramatic look? Abella says, backlight it! Other customers in Clinton Township, MI have installed lights underneath special colors of stone that are translucent so the stone will "glow" when the lights are turned on. No matter which color of stone used, the finished result is sure to be a great new look.

Company News from Abella Stone

Residential remodeling will lead recovery (Shelby Township, MI)

Catalina Research and Ceramic Tile and Stone Consultants have performed an in-depth industry investigation on the $6.0 billion U.S. Natural and Manufactured Stone Product Industry. The 2010 U.S. Natural and Manufactured Stone report includes the following excerpt:

  • The market is expected to begin to recover in the second half of 2010, after declining at double-digit rates between 2007 and 2009. The recovery will be led by the upturn in residential remodeling spending. Residential remodeling spending is being stimulated by an estimated 9.6% increase in existing home sales during 2010, and follows a 4.9% gain in 2009. These trends indicate that the recovery in stone products will be led by rising sales of replacement kitchen and bathroom countertops and floor tiles. The builder market is also expected to turn upwards in late 2010, due to the 23.7% increase in residential building permits in the first quarter of this year. However, the estimated 25.0% drop in nonresidential construction spending during 2010 will continue to be a drag on industry demand.

These trends are uncovered in the 200-plus-page investigation of the U.S. natural and manufactured stone market. This valuable industry analysis covers all aspects of the U.S. stone market including mines and quarries, stone processors and fabricators, importers, end-use markets and installers. Sales are broken out for stone countertops, flooring, other building products and monuments. Product sales are also provided by type of stone. Granite continues to represent over half of industry dollar sales, however, demand for sandstone and slate have increased in importance over the recession. Catalina tracks the supply chain by type of stone from the mine and importer to the processor and fabricator to the installer and final customer. According to sghomeinteriors.com

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