Frequently Asked Questions

  • Process of Ordering
  • Appointments
  • Place of Operation
  • Payment Policy
  • Sheets/Slabs
  • Granite Countertops
  • Granite or Marble
Can you describe the process of ordering with your company? The whole process is designed for quality and speed. First, the client picks a stone, we then give the client an estimate based on their specific project. After that an order can be placed with us for a template. From the time the template is made our clients can expect a turnaround time of 7 business days.
Do I need an appointment to come down to your place? No appointment is necessary; All Granite and Marble Corp. is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm.
Where do you operate? The Crystal Fabrica operates within the greater Toronto area. We are a direct fabricator and installer of kitchen countertops, vanities, Jacuzzi surrounds, fireplace surrounds, and custom designs.
What is your payment policy? Crystal Tile Marble accepts Visa / Mastercard or certified checks only. If payment is done by personal check we will not start the fabrication process until the check is cleared. Once the order is placed the grand total is broken up into two payments, one during the template, and the other due at the time of the installation.
Do I have to buy the whole sheet/slab? No. We will determine how much material is needed for your countertops. We do not charge you the price of full slabs. You pay for what is required to fabricate your tops.
I am considering purchasing a granite countertop for my kitchen. Is it expensive? Excellent choice! The cost of granite counters is comparable to Corian, even less sometimes, while offering more benefits. Counters in granite start at $55 per square foot.
What is the difference between granite and marble? The main difference between granite and marble is that granite is a highly dense material composed deep inside the earths core while marble is formed from sediments under the seabed. Both solidify into stone after millions of years but the mineral composition of the two stones makes marble and granite react differently to various chemicals and household cleaners.