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Kitchen Countertops in Fishers Island, NY 06390

How are Countertops Installed in Fishers Island, NY?

If you’re in Suffolk and looking for new kitchen countertops, you might be wondering how Creative Stone & Cabinets handles the installation process. We get a lot of questions from our customers, which we’re always happy to answer! Be sure to stick around if you’re in Fishers Island, NY, and want to learn more about how we’ll go about installing countertops in your home.

Use the Online Visualizer

Creative Stone & Cabinets always recommends that our Suffolk customers use the online visualizer that we offer on our website. This tool is very handy in helping you get ideas or bringing the vision you have in your head onto the screen.

Always start with the visualizer tool when selecting new kitchen countertops. This method allows you to get into the process easier and make decisions while you can see what your kitchen would look like. It’s better than guessing and choosing something that you don’t like!

Get Your Free Quote

Next, we make sure to always offer a free quote to any potential customers. You’ll want to make sure that you get yours before moving forward with the installation process. That way, you know exactly how much you can expect to spend.

This quote also helps people to build a solid budget. Many people in Fishers Island, NY have said they appreciate our honesty when it comes to pricing. If you have any questions about how much this project should cost you, make sure that you ask! We’d love to help you out.

Removing Old Counters

Kitchen Countetop Tiles

We’ll need to start by removing old countertops and other fixtures. We’ll take care of this step for you, so you won’t need to hire out to have them removed. You’ll want to make sure that you have everything off the kitchen counters before we arrive, to make the process faster and easier.

After removing everything, we can get started on installing countertops right away. You’ll also want to make sure that small children and pets aren’t going to be in the area.

The Installation Process

Depending on what types of countertops you’ve chosen, the installation process might look a little bit different. The size of your project can also impact how we handle it. However, we always make sure to take the proper steps while handling everything with the care that it deserves.

Slabs can be cut on or off-site, depending on their sizes. Once done, we’ll put them out on the topless counters, level them, then secure them. Seams are joined with properly colored epoxy or resin, to ensure they are bound together. Because of the adhesive we use to do this, you won’t be able to tell it’s there. 

If the cabinets are uneven, we handle that at this stage. We have the tools to create shims to add more support and make the countertops even for you.

Overall, we take our kitchen countertops in Fishers Island, NY very seriously. You’re sure to appreciate the amount of effort that we put into creating beautiful designs just for you! We always make sure to handle every step of the process with care as well.

Installing Quartz Counters

Quartz doesn’t need any sealing or waxing since it’s a man-made, non-porous material. We also won’t need to align the seams and use epoxy on them, in a majority of installation projects.

The process for quartz is very simple, so you can trust that it won’t take very long. We follow the basic guide we outlined above every time for this material. However, there are some additional steps you’ll want to know about for some of the other materials we have for sale.

Installing Marble Countertops

We’ll carry in the marble- it’s extremely heavy and we don’t want you to hurt yourself lifting it! We’ll often have multiple sections that we connect together since it’s such a heavy material.

Once we’re finished, we’ll then need to seal the marble countertops. This material is a natural stone, so it’s a bit porous. Because of that, the stone can stain easily- the sealant prevents this from happening.

You’ll need to have us come by each year and reseal the marble for you. We’ll also make sure to offer you plenty of tips on how to keep the marble looking its very best! It does take more maintenance than quartz counters, but the results you get with this material are always stunning and beautiful in any space.

Overall, installing countertops made of marble, or other natural stones takes a lot longer than working with a man-made material. It’s a lot heavier, so you can expect us to arrive with more, smaller slabs. We always make sure to handle your new kitchen countertops with care!

Why You Should Choose Us

We’re very familiar with the installation process for countertops and have done this many times over the years we’ve been open. We have a vast amount of experience and always do our best to ensure that the customer is satisfied with the final results.

When you choose the other guys, you might not be getting the same level of care. Creative Stone & Cabinets handles all of our slabs with respect and ensures that everything’s installed properly the first time. On top of all that, we always offer our clients the best possible customer service.

In short, we hope that you choose us for your next Suffolk project. We can help with both bathroom and kitchen remodeling, so don’t wait to reach out to us!

Contact Us Today!

If you want to receive the best possible kitchen counter installation, make sure that you contact us today at 631-772-6548. You’re sure to love all of the services that we have to offer you. 

We’ll make sure to offer you a free quote. If you want to reach out online, we can also do that for you! Overall, we enjoy the work we do in Fishers Island, NY, and hope to hear from you soon!


Some information about Fishers Island, NY

Fishers Island is an island located in Southold, New York at the eastern end of Long Island Sound, 2 miles (3 km) off the southeastern coast of Connecticut across Fishers Island Sound. Approximately 9 miles (14 km) long and 1 mile (1.6 km) wide, it is approximately 11 miles (18 km) from the tip of Long Island at Orient Point, 2 miles (3 km) each from Napatree Point at the southwestern tip of Rhode Island and Groton Long Point in Connecticut, and approximately 7 miles (11 km) southeast of New London, Connecticut. It is accessible from New London by plane and regular ferry service.

The island was called Munnawtawkit by the Pequot Natives. Adriaen Block, the first recorded European visitor, named it Vischer’s Island in 1614 after one of his companions. For the next 25 years, it remained a wilderness, visited occasionally by Dutch traders.

A map of the Connecticut, New Haven, and Saybrook colonies

Fishers Island (2021)

John Winthrop the Younger obtained a grant of Fisher’s Island in 1640 from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, ‘reserving the right of Connecticut if it should be decided to be theirs.’ He simultaneously applied to the Connecticut General Court for a similar grant in order that there might be no flaw in his title. The title was given to him in the following words, which are copied from the records of a General Court held at Hartford, Connecticut, April 9, 1641:

Upon Mr. Winthrop’s motion to the court for Fisher’s Island, it is the mind of the court that so far as it hinders not the public good of the country, either for fortifying for defense, or setting up a trade for fishing or salt and such like, he shall have liberty to proceed therein.

Winthrop lived only one winter on the island. He was named governor of the Connecticut Colony 1657–58 and 1659–76, and he used the island to raise sheep for food and wool. He died in 1676 and his son Fitz-John installed a lessee farmer from England on the island named William Walworth. Walworth brought a system of cultivation that was continued on the island for nearly 200 years. He established farmland out of the heavily forested island. Walworth and his family vacated the island nine years later due to the threat of pirates. Fishers Island remained in the Winthrop family of Connecticut until 1863, when ownership passed to Robert R. Fox, and then to Edmund and Walton Ferguson, also of Connecticut.

Learn more about Fishers Island.

Map of Fishers Island, NY


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