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Granite Countertop Installation and Repair in Independence

Do you want a granite company in the Independence, MI area that has non-pushy, non-commission sales people that can just give you a straight answer? Look no further because Abella Stone is here to help. We can take your approximate measurements over the phone, fax or email and give you a budgetary price without even coming to our facility. Contact us today and receive a free quote.

Michigan Granite & Natural Stone Contractor in Independence

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 Independence, 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.

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Granite Countertops And Price Haggling… (Shelby Township, MI)

 

When it comes to used car dearlerships, most people are familiar with price haggling. From the time you walk in the door, look around, and see the price stickers, many people are ready “to deal” with the salesperson, until they feel like they are getting a bargain. Well I don’t know about you, but used car dealerships have always turned me off. I personally do not the like the haggling, even if it is expected. I always thought, “What’s wrong with selling something for a fair price?”

Well lately, I feel like the remodeling industry, and countertop business in general, has turned into somewhat of a haggling business, and boy am I turned off by it! What is it with people who try and nickel and dime you to death? These days, it is almost an everyday occurence. Some customers feel it is necessary to mention that they can get their granite countertops from “so and so” for “such and such” a price.  Some customers also threaten that,  ”if you can’t match the price we’ll use the other competitor,” even though the whole time they really aren’t interested. Again…”What’s wrong with selling something for a fair price?”

When is the last time you walked in to your local Cub Foods, or other grocery store, and started haggling about the cost of milk, or bread?  How about walking into your local Wal-Mart to negotiate a price on a stereo? Give me a break. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with comparison shopping, but look around please. How is Competitor A, different from Competitor B, or C? Could it be that Competitor A has better Customer Service, a better website, employee’s that are willing to help and go the extra mile, people that answer the phones, a shop full of running equipment, installers and measuring technicians, etc. ? Now let’s look at the price? Is it worth it to you to pay more for Competitor A? If so, why not pay what they are asking, as long as it is within reason, and leave the price haggling for those car dealerships! According to paramountgranite.com

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