Design and Materials
Our major supplier sells us 10+, 3cm (1.2") granites, the "thicker" ones, for $7.95 SF. We pass that savings to you.
Popular pattern-names you've seen on TV home-shows, in architectural and home-improvement magazines, or found on-line. Well-known slabs from quarries around the world. Beautiful choices that will bring your kitchen and bathrooms to life. Other higher-priced stones and "exotics" are also available, starting at just + $3.50 sf.
Granite is a bargain! With our at-cost pricing system, granite is actually competitive with laminate and solid-surface counters.
On the other end of the price spectrum, quartz, quartzite and marble are also beautiful materials, but have some limitations, starting with the fact that those stones sell for much more than the price of granite. But remember, we always wholesale.
Although it's a man-made product, some people do like the clean look of Quartz, but it's 3X the cost of Level 1 granite.
Quartzite, the natural-stone version, is about as strong as granite, and frequently has some interesting striations, and deeper, more forceful design-colors.
Quartzite is 4X the price of granite. Granite at wholesale through us is a very affordable stone, and the slabs are like snowflakes; no 2 exactly alike.
No matter what material you choose, 2 or 3CM, we'll fabricate and install it for $28 SF.
No extra charge for "busy" patterns, round or angled corners, difficult stones, high-iron materials, complex movement, or additional seaming. 4 free edges too!*
*Go to the "Fabrication" page for edge pics
Look at more of our Granite and Stone, starting under $8 sq ft, at https://vmcstone.com/natural-granite-slabs Note: Big website, so loads slowly. Slider button on left side for price Levels only appears on laptops and PC'S. Use both ends of the slider to see Level 1 through Level 7 stones: L1= $7.95 SF. L2= $8-11. L3= $11.45. L7= big bucks!
Verona in Broken Arrow is the oldest stone yard in the state, and has thousands of slabs in stock, starting at $7.95 SF. The "V V +" Level 3 Designer slabs are $11.45.
See something you like? Our Designer can meet you to help you pick the perfect slab(s) for your kitchen or bathrooms, and also to price any stone at our cost.*
*All stone yards work only "with the trade", and never give pricing to customers. That's how they protect the fabricators who buy from them. Those shops mark up the material, but, because we wholesale the stone to our Clients, you'll always hear stone-yard prices, if one of us is with you.
Before visiting Verona, or any other showroom, please contact us. Our Designer will meet you at the supplier, and help you choose the perfect slab at the lowest possible price. No charge for this service.
Verona is open Monday-Friday 8-5, and on Saturday 9-Noon. Call or text us for an appointment anytime. 918-747-7893*
*Right now, Verona is not open on Saturdays, due to concern about the concentration of people during those 3 hours. We will keep you informed!
Choose from these and dozens of other low-cost granite slabs, many under $8 a sq ft:
Most slabs average 60-70 SF in size, but can be 50 to 80+ feet. Remnants are often big enough for a bathroom vanity.
"Orphans" are the last of a bundle. High-end stone slabs can be larger than the less expensive ones. Used in very large, high-end homes with huge kitchen islands, or with complex counter-layouts. All are available through us, along with every kind of stone material.
More than 1 slab?
If a project needs multiple slabs, be sure to look for ones with the same "bundle number", meaning they were quarry-cut from the same excavated stone. Also, the more random the granite-pattern "movement" is, the harder it will be to utilize it all.
Some busier patterns create more waste (smaller pieces that can't be used). More waste means that more material (an extra slab?) could be needed. Sourcing leftover remnants might save money, but be cautious buying them unless they're guaranteed crack-free.
Be aware that thinner, 2cm (apprx .80") granite is also an option for bath vanities, but slab selection is limited. Total savings is minimal, since much of the cost for any stone project is in the fab and installation.
When it's time to choose your material, our Designer meets you at the stone-yard, to help with picking just the right slab, and then pricing it at our cost. No charge for this service.*
*Please note: When you choose your material at the yard, we pay for it right then, and give you a copy of our receipt, as proof of what we've paid for the stone. Our cost is your cost. All we add is sales tax.
Pick your stone at wholesale to choose your cost for the job, because our labor price is always the same.
We do granite, marble, quartz and quartzite, soapstone, and all other real stone countertops.
We can provide any style of kitchen or bathroom sink at a great price too!