Econ Granite
12 Reviews
Economic Granite is a kitchen countertop company with over 20 years of experience working with the most delicate and rare minerals. Our goal is to provide customers with the highest level of craftsmanship, experience, and cleanliness at a price they can afford.

We offer granite countertops, marble countertops, quartzite countertops and more in Dallas, TX and the surrounding areas.

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Services Provided
Kitchen Countertops, Bathroom Vanities, Marble Countertops, Onyx Fabrication, Quartz Countertops, Granite Countertops

Areas Served
Addison, Allen, Carrollton, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Frisco, Garland, Hebron, Lucas, Mckinney, Murphy, Parker, Plano, Richardson, Sachse, The Colony
Contact: Haniel Monjaras
Location: PLANO, TX 75023
License Number: 513810660
Typical Job Costs: $1,500 - 20,000
Costs Depend On: Size of Job Material Job Difficulty
Commented: For that modern marble look: Neolith Estatuario, Dekton or...? Here is some more info on Neolith We are fabricators we use neolith regularly in projects and don't have issues with it. Neolith is a new surface,...
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Commented: Choosing granite countertop for wet bar I suggest the tan brown over the sapphire blue. Have you looked at fantasy brown quartzite or taj mahal?
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Commented: Tahiti quartzite Quarzite is granites prettier cousin. It is very durable! We're fabricators and installers, and we're always shocked by how hard white quartzites can be. You shouldn't have any issue with scratching e...
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Commented: Keeping original sink when changing granite? Hi, we are granite and marble fabricators and installers. If your sink is in good condition it is reusable. The hardest part of reusing an undermount sink is removing from the old countertop. Your ins...
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Commented: Picking Granite Go for a solid color, if you aren't a fan of quartz there are also natural options that will work for you. Check out for more countertop options. I suggest doing a q...
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Commented: Kitchen countertop If you want to get the closest look to marble, and keep the low maintenance/ durability of a granite, give quartzite a shot. There are alternatives like Calcatta Quartzite, Sea Pearl Quartzite, and Su...
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