About Buying Stone
Suppliers sell us 12+, 3cm (1.2") granite patterns, the "thicker" ones, at $7.95 SF. Our company always passes that wholesale cost through to you, and, FYI, nearly all slabs average 60-75 SF. We also occasionally get further discounts due to our volume; sometimes as low as $5.00 per SF.
We wholesale more than 85 different colors and patterns that are under $12 SF. Other fabricators add markup to the stone, or package their quotes to include "labor and materials" that includes 2 or 3 choices, instead of our 2-300! When they send you to "pick what you like", it's often just an up-sell.
We are different. After owner Michael Connors measures your job and gives you a guaranteed price for the labor, he'll meet you in person at one or more of the 3 major stone-slab suppliers in Metro Tulsa. He'll help you to choose just the right material, and one that fits your budget.
The stoneyards never give prices to customers, because fabricators are the ones who decide what to charge for the stone.
When Michael is with you, there's no mystery about your cost for materials. He'll help with design ideas, and price any slabs that you like, at wholesale, right on the spot. He'll also work within your budget. Some stones can be priced as high as $80+ per SF!
No matter what stone material you choose, we'll fabricate and install it for $28 SF.
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We service an area within 2-3 hours of Tulsa, Oklahoma, dependent on the size of the project.
Because granite is a bargain! With our at-cost pricing system, granite is actually competitive with laminate and solid-surface counters. Some people do like the clean, light look of quartz, although it's a man-made product, and 2-3X the cost of Level-1 granite. Oklahoma Granite and Stone fabricates and installs any real stone material, along with quartz and some other man-made products, at a very low flat-rate of $28 per SF.
More than 1 slab?
If a project needs multiple slabs, we'll help you find ones with the same "bundle number", that were quarry-cut from the same block. Also, the more random the pattern "movement", the harder it will be to utilize it all. Busier patterns create more waste (smaller pieces that can't be used). More waste means more material (an extra slab?), but, we always try to source remnants to save cost to you.
When it's time to choose material, Michael meets you at the stoneyard, to help you pick just the right material, and pricing it at our cost. No charge for this service. When you choose your material at the yard, we pay for it then, and they give you a copy of our receipt, as proof of what we really paid for your stone. Our cost is your cost.
Pick your stone at wholesale to choose your cost for the job, because our labor price is always the same.