We are always looking for ways to give back to our customers. We have an enormous amount of granite remnants and we always have customers that keep coming back to do their small bathroom, laundry room top or even a dining table or desk
Chantilly, Virginia (PRWEB) October 10, 2011
Granite Kitchen Countertops VA opened up their Columbus Day Sale this past Saturday October 8th, 2011 to the public. Their granite and quartz materials sale was officially opened by the launch of an online campaign that consisted on both Google AdWords and traditional online marketing.
“We are always looking for ways to give back to our customers. We have an enormous amount of granite remnants and we always have customers that keep coming back to do their small bathroom, laundry room top or even a dining table or desk. They come back to take advantage of our special remnant prices” says owner of Granite Kitchen Countertops VA.
The long awaited Columbus Day Granite Sale at Granite Kitchen Countertops will be offering not just huge discounts on granite remnants, but also on engineered stone remnants, quartz stone remnants, single granite slabs, single silestone slabs and also twenty to twenty-five percent off on granite color groups a, b, c, and d.
Granite Kitchen Countertops VA recently announced their end of the year holiday sale, which started back in September of 2011 and continues until the end of the year. This sale mainly consists of granite remnants that can become a huge cost savings for residential customers as well as designers, contractors and even builders looking for specific size pieces for their projects.
“We have people calling us from cities that are three or four hours away from our showroom and that’s great that we are causing attention that far away” says vice president. Although they do not service areas that are three or four hours away, they are able to fabricate and have ready for customer to pick up. The installation of a small bathroom vanity, a desk, or even a table is not very difficult. The installation consists mainly on laying the piece of stone slowly and carefully onto its supporting foundation such as a cabinet, wood or metal structure. Holding the piece vertically, sitting on one end of the cabinet and the slowly bringing it down is very simple to do with the help of another person.
If you would like more information about Granite Kitchen Countertops VA, please visit their website at GraniteKitchenCountertopsVA.com or call 703-651-1767