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If you can dream it, we can build it.

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Our Process

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Visit Our Showroom

It all begins with an idea and our team is ready to help bring your vision to life. Schedule a time to visit our showroom to meet with our sales team to discuss drawings, view slabs, and finalize selections to get your project moving forward.

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Fabrication

Once your template drawings are reviewed and approved, your countertops will be programmed, cut, and fabricated with the utmost attention to detail. We pride ourselves on our quality of work and each job is inspected for quality prior to loading.

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Free Estimate

Your budget is important to us. Contact us to start the process and request a free estimate from our team. You can also email us a drawing with your countertop measurements to staff@tnccs.com.

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Installation

Once fabrication is complete, it’s time for installation! Our dedicated team of installers will treat you, your home and your investment with the upmost respect and care.

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Template

Once your cabinets are in place, our skilled templator will meet you on site to laser measure your cabinets. The template will ensure all measurements are precise. This step is vital to providing a smooth installation.

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Lifetime Customer Service

Your satisfaction is important to us and we know that sometimes questions may arise after our install is completed. Our team will always keep the door open for communication. See below for more information on care and maintenance of your countertop surface.

Care & Maintenance

We recommend cleaning your marble countertops with a soft microfiber towel, soap, and warm water. While there are many cleaners available on the market designed for use with marble, make sure to use only cleaners that are pH neutral.

Marble is naturally extremely porous, meaning that it easily absorbs liquid. Marble countertops are also susceptible to etching. Etching occurs when an acidic substance, like lemon juice, interacts with marble and removes the polish and sealant from the marble’s finish, causing dull spots. Daily cleaning of your countertops will help to avoid possible etching.

Marble countertops need to be sealed to prevent stains and liquid damages. While this may sound like an inconvenience, the process of sealing marble is simple and quick, and we would recommend sealing your countertops every 3 months.

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