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Granite Countertop Installation and Repair in Troy

Do you want a granite company in the Troy, 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 Troy

Granite countertops in the kitchen and bath are a seemingly “must-have” when trying to sell a home. People are realizing how important it is to have this upgrade in order to put their listing at the top of a potential buyers list, and Abella Stone can help you do this. Abella can provide granite tops for you to save money by installing yourself, or provide a complete fabrication and installation. Once installed, buyers looking in Troy, MI are sure to move your home up on their list.

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The stone industry in the US (Shelby Township, MI)

Domestic production and use
According to the US Geological Service approximately 1.5 million tons of dimension stone, valued at $275 million, was sold or used in 2006 from $269 million in 2005. Dimension stone was produced by 100 companies, operating 136 quarries, in 35 States. Leading producer States, in descending order by tonnage, were Wisconsin, Georgia, Indiana, Vermont, and Massachusetts. These five States accounted for about 62% of the production.
Approximately 38%, by tonnage, of dimension stone sold or used was limestone, followed by granite (27%), marble (14%), sandstone (13%), miscellaneous stone (7%), and slate (1%). Rough block represented 64% of the tonnage and 54% of the value of all the dimension stone sold or used by domestic producers, including exports. The leading uses and distribution of rough block, by tonnage, were in flagging, exports, and unlisted and unspecified applications (36%) and construction (34%). Dressed stone mainly was sold for flagging (27%), curbing (24%), and ashlars and partially squared pieces (17%), by tonnage.
Events, trends, and issues
Imports increased by 15% in value to about $2.5 billion. Dimension stone exports increased to about $68 million. Apparent consumption, by value, was $2.7 billion in 2006??a $328 million increase from that of 2005.
Dimension stone for new construction and refurbishment is being used more commonly in both commercial and residential markets. Increased domestic production and imports, along with improved quarrying, finishing, handling technology, greater varieties of stone, and the rising costs of alternative construction. According to thestone.info

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