LEARN WHY VENETIAN STONE WORKS IS THE TOP QUARTZ, MARBLE, GRANITE COUNTERTOP PROVIDER & INSTALLER IN SEATTLE!
Venetian Stone Works makes it easy to get new stone countertops for your home!
Located in Washington, Venetian Stone Works has provided service to satisfied customers since 2008. Whenever you call, a real person from our trained sales staff will answer. They will answer your questions about granite, marble, limestone, travertine, and other types of stone. Our team will explain the process and guide you to the next step in your project.
Can I get a Half Slab of Granite?
Absolutely! If the stone is in stock, we will make it available for your project! Our neighbors, the Denali Slab Studio, also have half-slabs of stone for you to choose from.
Does Venetian provide granite remnants?
Yes, we have a very large inventory of granite remnants. We also have remnants of engineered stone, marble, limestone, onyx, and many more.
We fabricate and install major brands of Engineered Stone, Recycled Stone, Glass, and Concrete Countertops
We can provide for your project: Concetto from the Denali Slab Studio, Caesarstone, Eco, Fuze, HanStone, Cambria, Viatera by LG, and many more! Our experience with different engineered stone products allows us to appreciate the qualities of each stone.
We specialize in remodeling kitchens
in the Greater Seattle Area!
It starts with a precision measuring system. Our technician will use a digital templating machine to measure cabinets, walls, and other parts of your project. This allows accurate measuring WITHOUT tearing out existing countertops.
Next, your project will be laid out with our state-of-the-art stone CAD system. If you have selected any patterned stone, our skilled designers will work with you to ensure that the layout of the patterns is to your liking.
Your project is then fabricated in our eco-friendly production facility using precision Waterjet and CNC Router to ensure accuracy and quality. Every piece is subjected to rigorous quality checks for a seamless installation.
During installation, we treat your home with respect. We take pride in our stone work. Our professional installation team will arrive in well maintained vans. Our installers will mask off floors and lay down protective matting so that your home is not damaged during installation. When our team leaves, they will clean up and ensure that you are happy with the project.
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We work closely with Seattle’s Architect and Design Community!
We have the skill, knowledge, and talent to execute the most demanding stone projects. From contemporary projects to 3D stonework, our team can accomplish any project. Please contact our team for your next project. Our staff is drug-free and have passed background checks. They have the proper safety training and equipment to install stonework. Count on us for quality and professionalism.
Get a 3D design of your project!
With our state-of-the-art layout software, you can see exactly what your stone will look like. Gone are the days of wondering what your granite or marble kitchen seams will look like. No more horror stories about botched installations. We have invested in the finest stoneworking technology to insure that you will be thrilled with the finished project!
Unlike the claims of other fabricators, there is no rule regarding island overhang. Every stone has unique properties. Depending on veins, density, thickness, the safe amount of overhang could vary from nothing to 18 inches. Our team has the skill and experience to help you with your project considerations..
Do you install outside of Washington?
We have installed kitchens as far north as Vancouver, Canada and as far east as far south as Salem, Oregon! We serve the Pacific Northwest.
What is Granite ?
Granite is a coarse grained igneous rock made of quartz, feldspars, and micas. The quartz makes the lighter color parts and the rest consist of feldspars and muscovite. The darker parts are often hornblende or biotite. Granite is the most common rock in the outer crust of the planet. It is formed by cooling magma.
What is Marble ?
Marble is a metamorphic sedimentary rock. Limestone or dolomite are the typical base minerals. The recrystallization of carbonate minerals results in marble. During the change, the original structure is modified to become a brand new marble material. The swirling veins in marble often result from mineral impurities within the original minerals.
Is Granite Green ?
We like to think it is eco-friendly. The two biggest criteria are 1) Does the countertop use recycled material from renewable sources, and 2) Was it made within 500 miles from where it was installed? Other factors also make granite one of the “greenest” choices available to you. First is the countertop life cycle. A well installed granite countertop will last as long as your home and never need replacing. Second consideration is carbon footprint. Granite extraction produces low CO2. These features allow a long-lasting green product.
What is Engineered Stone?
It is a countertop product made of quartz and resin. The primary difference between natural and engineered stone is appearance. Man-made products have consistent colors that do not occur in nature. Engineered stone is often used in contemporary commercial settings. Note: Engineered stone does not hold up to heat as well as granite.
How often do I need to seal my granite?
The answer is usually never. Sometimes, many years after it is installed. Sealers are solids that are emulsified in a solvent. They are designed to penetrate the stone, taking solids with them. When the solvent evaporates, the molecules lock into the stone and seal it. Combine a coat of sealer and factory resin for a stain resistant countertop. Once sealed, it is maintenance free. In the rare event your countertop needs re-sealing, we will help you do it!
Does the price reflect the quality?
The usual assumption is that the more expensive the slab, the better the quality. In our industry, cost often relates to availability and competition. Cost rating is subject to what the granite looks like. There are three cost classifications: First Choice Material, Second Choice Material, and Commercial Grade Material. First Choice is the most attractive and expensive stone. Second Choice is moderate in price and appearance. The Commercial Grade is low cost but has an irregular appearance. Despite their different costs and appearances, they all function the exact same way.
We want to answer your questions and make shopping for granite as fun and easy as possible!
If there is a question you have about granite, quartz, marble or travertine just call (Washington) 425-486-1234 or (California) 916-368-5700 and somebody will be able to help! That is the Venetian Way!