Category Archives: Countertops

Caring for your stone countertops: 6 quick tips for the holiday season

This time of year, your kitchen becomes the star of the show. Between the cookie baking marathons and the festive party preparations, your beautiful countertops will be working double duty to accommodate all that holiday cheer. And let’s not forget about your bathroom surfaces—which may be in for a shock when friends and family come to visit.


Here are 6 quick tips for caring for your countertops before, during and after the holidays:


1.    Safeguard Your Stone


Countertops made of natural stone such as granite, limestone and marble are popular because of their beauty and natural durability. However, they still benefit from a little TLC. Seal your stone surfaces to prevent them from staining, and wipe up spills immediately to keep liquids from penetrating the surface.


2.    Always Use a Cutting Board


Beautiful countertops are made to stay that way. In the kitchen, always use a cutting board when preparing food. Cutting directly on the stone surface can scratch and dull your countertops, and bacteria from cutting meat can seep into the stone.


3.    A Little Soap and Water Go a Long Way


Using standard chemical cleaners may strip the seal on your countertops and expose the porous surface of the stone. For everyday cleaning, use mild soap and water to help keep your countertops free of grime and preserve their luster. A non-abrasive cleaner or countertop-friendly wipes may be used for stubborn stains. Always rinse with clean water after using any cleaning product.


4.    It’s All in the Wrist


When cleaning your kitchen countertops and bathroom countertops, try to remember to wipe in a circular motion. This will help prevent dulling the stone and will preserve its luster.


5.    Be Gentle with Your Surfaces

Avoid excessive force or thermal shock (extreme heat or cold) to keep your countertops looking their best. Gently lay down heavier items such as pots and pans, and keep hot pads or trivets handy in the kitchen for supporting hot dishes. In the bathroom, be careful with blow dryers, flat irons and other heated appliances.


6.    The Best Way to Get Rid of Goop

Once the holiday hustle and bustle has cleared, do a thorough survey of countertops. For any dried, stuck-on spills or goopy toothpaste globs you may have missed, use a plastic putty knife to get them up instead of a knife or abrasive pad.


Enjoy Beautiful Countertops from One Season to the Next

Our countertops endure a lot. Making sure we take good care of them can help them stay beautiful from one season to the next. Not sure which countertop style is right for your home? Just ask the experts at Primera! We can help you determine which materials will best fit your lifestyle.

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Choosing the best granite thickness: two centimeters vs. three

Looking for a new, fresh countertop?

Picking the right material, color, and design gives your kitchen or bathroom an instant facelift. When it comes to choosing the right thickness for those granite countertops, however? Not quite as exciting!

It is often not a priority decision but choosing the right slab thickness is vital as it affects every aspect of the installation and long-term reliability of your new counters. Let us explain how to pick the perfect thickness for your granite countertops—and why it’s so important.


The Basics

Traditionally, granite countertops are available in two options: two centimeters and three centimeters-thick.

And while a centimeter difference may not seem like much, everything from the installation, short-term price, long-term value, and overall strength are impacted by this one decision.

Here’s what you need to know:



We’ve all done it: leaned against the kitchen counter while reading a recipe or propped our child on the edge to tie his shoe.

Kitchens are the busiest rooms in our home, and our counters should be up to the challenge.

But the truth is, a two-centimeter granite slab can’t handle as much pressure (eek!) as its thicker counterpart. This is especially true around narrow cuts such as in front of a sink. While three-centimeter counters are strong enough to support their own weight when being installed, two-centimeter slabs have to be installed on top of plywood decking to boost its strength and resistance. When scrutinized the plywood is in fact visible from underneath the top. Your guests are unlikely to notice it but you will. Just reaching underneath your two-centimeter laminated top you will be able to feel the plywood support as opposed to polished stone.

Meanwhile, three-centimeter countertops can withstand an overhang of up to a foot, which makes for an ideal, casual eating area.



The more material you use, the higher the cost, right? Well, with granite countertops, this isn’t entirely true.

Sure, three-centimeter slabs are technically more expensive than two-centimeter slabs…if you’re only paying for the material alone; however, the installation is simpler, the fabrication costs remain the same, and handling requires a less strenuous attention—as two-centimeter slabs are more delicate.

So, what does this mean? At Primera, the cost of 3cm slabs are about the same as 2cm slabs.


Long-Term Value

Three-centimeter granite countertops are, ultimately, more valuable in the long-term. The material is stronger and has a sleeker aesthetic, as the profile can be fabricated with more detail.

That’s not to say two-centimeter slabs can’t be fabricated; in fact, they often are. But this is only made possible with the process of lamination, another point off the two-centimeter slab’s value.

Here’s why:


Two-Centimeter Slabs and Lamination

Laminate treatments are used frequently on two-centimeter granite countertops. This process involves applying a thin strip of the same material under the entire border of the countertop (think of it like a small, upside-down fence).

Lamination essentially makes the countertops look thicker, but the seam between the strip and the counter is noticeable—and the countertop is no stronger because of it.


Here’s the Deal

At Primera, we think it’s a bit silly to charge more for three-centimeter granite countertops when the installation, handling, and final result is easier, more efficient, and truly gorgeous.

We’ve seen a pattern:

Two-centimeter slabs tend to be more popular. But the slab requires the edge to be laminated, a labor-intensive process—not to mention the seam is visible. The three-centimeter slab, however, requires no lamination and can be completed faster.

Overall, three-centimeter granite countertops simply offer a much cleaner, more contemporary look while proving to be stronger and offer better value as they cost about the same.

So, are you ready for your new granite countertop? Reach out and we’ll give you the look you’ll love and the strength you need, within your budget and on time.

Contact Primera today.

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Design trends: marble countertops, vibrant velvet, and barn doors


Bland-Be-Gone with Neutrals and Gold


Save white walls from looking flat. Adding neutral colors and gold accents keeps the eye interested in an otherwise boring room.


Marble Countertops

Matching marble countertops and backsplashes makes for a chic, fresh kitchen look.


Stand Out with Vibrant Velvet Furniture

This thick fabric material deeply absorbs colors, showcasing the full display of color.


Give a Nod to the ‘80s with a Bold Bathroom Design


Contrasting geometric shapes and a powerful color-stripe brings the best of the era to life.


Barn Doors

Most modern homes utilize an open floorplan. But if you’re looking for the option of seclusion, consider rustically-fabulous barn doors—beautiful left open or closed!

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News flash: mixing metals in your kitchen is more than okay!

You may have heard it the first time you put on one of your mother’s gold necklaces and paired it with her silver bangles.

Or the time you came home from the hardware store with brass towel racks for your family’s bathroom, only to be met with stares of disbelief as your spouse pointed out the chrome faucet and knobs.

We’ve all heard it somewhere: “You can’t mix metals! Gold with gold, silver with silver, copper with copper, etc.”

Finally, there’s good news for those who’ve always bucked the “matchy-matchy” system, since mixing metals isn’t just acceptable—it’s hot!

As more and more designers enter the arena to show off their metal-mingling acumen, the look is catching on everywhere.

The caveat?

There is a method to the mixing madness, so don’t go rushing to the fixture store just yet.

We’ll start things off by going on record as saying there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the kitchen below. If you appreciate a smooth, uniform look, then matching your stainless steel appliances with silver drawer pulls, faucet and chairs is a nice choice.


But take a look at this:


Even though both kitchens are primarily white, the difference in tone is the difference between a brisk winter morning and a balmy summer afternoon. Compared to the first kitchen, the second exudes warmth and gives the eye so much more to do.

Of course, the flooring has a lot to do with it, but check out those antique brass pendant lights. Not only are they the perfect complement to the stainless steel hood and appliances, but they pull they entire room together and guide its overall tenor.

We also like the black iron light fixtures next to the hood and the black sliding track over the refrigerator. This designer has done a masterful job mixing three metals to gorgeous effect, which leads us to hint number one (we call them “hints” because this is not about rules):

  1. 1.    Stick to two or three metals in order to avoid an overly “busy” or confused look (unless you really know what you’re doing).


Below is another example of a warmer metal saving an already chilled-out space from being a touch too frosty. Although the designer went with only two metals here, the antique copper pendants are all that’s needed to offset, even complement, the room’s coolness.



Below we see three cool metals being used together for a pleasingly eclectic look. Although the metals used here more correlative than contrasting, the finishes are not. And that’s what makes it interesting! Yep, texture mixing isn’t off-limits either. From the brushed stainless steel hood to the satin nickel faucet to the polished stainless steel canister set, this scene provides some fiber for your visual diet.

You’ll also notice that the black iron light fixture ties in perfectly with the black iron cabinet pulls, the darker lower cabinetry and the island, making this kitchen charcoal dominant, which brings us to our next hint:

  1. 2.    When mixing metals, pick a dominant one that’s used more than once and position the others as accent pieces.


Here’s another great example of a lovely dominant metal informing the ambiance of an entire room:



We love the copper hood, sink and bar top and think they look splendid with both the stainless steel appliances and the brushed bronze light fixtures. This kitchen positively glows with hospitality, thanks in no small part to the prevailing copper influence.

But copper also does a bang-up job in a supporting role, too. Doesn’t this hammered copper sink look amazing amongst its vintage nickel and stainless steel neighbors?



The last hint we’re going to offer involves visual planes and we’ll lead with our example:


At first glance, this kitchen seemingly has a lot going on, but it’s metal medley arrangement is really quite simple. Here we have a juxtaposition of mostly ebony tones with both brushed and antique brass, with a little stainless steel thrown in for good measure. But if we divide the room by horizontal planes, we see that the brassware is mostly contained to the central portion of the room.

Even though there are myriad elements at work in this kitchen, it’s still cohesive and has a sense of order, since the rich, bold, darker surroundings are made snug and toasty by the burnished brass that constitutes the “heart” of this space. So, hint number three is:

  1. 3.    When mixing metals, try to keep different finishes on separate horizontal visual planes (divide the room into bottom, middle and top).


As we mentioned before, none of our tips are hard and fast rules.

In fact, if you paid close attention, you may have noticed one or more of our tips were completely disregarded in many of our own examples. Of course, most of our examples are the work of professional designers and our tips are merely guidelines for people who are just getting started.

When it comes right down to it, so many of today’s trends are about breaking rules, making it a most opportune time to “get your remodel on.”  Never before have there been so many fun and exciting options, or as many ways to express your unique personality.

If you’d like to know more about what we’ve covered here, or see other combinations and possibilities that will really get your brain humming, reach out any time to schedule an appointment.


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Tile in style: pick the perfect tile floors for your bathroom



Tile is one of the most versatile flooring options available—perfect for filling your bathroom with personality and character, and creating the soothing, relaxing space of your dreams. Whether you prefer a traditional look and feel, or want a sleek, modern spot, it all starts with finding the perfect tile for your bathroom.

Natural Stone Tile

Spa in the Sky
Natural stone tile, like granite, marble, or travertine, creates a stunning look for bathroom floors. The one-of-a-kind designs and colors, like the metal slabs made by Bedrosians Tile and Stone, add a relaxing, calming element to spa-like bathrooms. Some homeowners even use river rock to add in an even more nature-based design.

Natural stone tile must be sealed before use, and requires regular upkeep. With ongoing care, though, the tile will remain beautiful and functional for many years to come.


Ceramic Tile Floors

Contemporary Country House in Berkshire

Made from shaped and dried clay, ceramic tile is extremely durable, low maintenance, and stain, odor, and dirt-resistant. Ceramic tile is easily cleaned with warm water, and is an ideal covering for homeowners with residents who have allergies or asthma.

From gorgeous shaped and hand-painted tiles to the wood-look tiles from Arizona Tile, there are a variety of different options for your bathroom.


Porcelain Tile Floors


Image from Daltile Bee Hive Collection

Porcelain is an extremely durable and flexible material used for bathroom floor tile. Before being turned into tile, the clay is more rigorously purified, and produces a stronger material. Porcelain is not slippery when wet, and requires very little maintenance. Some homeowners have found that sealing and glazing their porcelain tile can give the floor a greater longevity.

The Daltile Bee Hive porcelain tile collection creates a unique look for any bathroom. With color options of white, ivory, taupe, shades of grey or black, their tile collection allows you to bring a sophisticated whimsy to your bathroom.


Glass Tile


Image from Shaw Floors Mercury Glass Collection

Glass tile can also bring a whimsical feel, and can provide homeowners with a wider variety of colors and shapes than other tile options. Unfortunately, glass tile can also be very slippery, so it should primarily be used as an accent tile or as a backsplash.

Shaw Floors has some beautiful glass tile options. We especially like the versatility of the Mercury Glass collection, which comes in many shades of blues, grays, and browns.


Tiles Top Styles

There are a variety of different layouts you can choose from for your bathroom. You might use tiles with unique patterns to take advantage of a large space for a simple, attractive straight or diagonal layout. This emphasizes a large space and also presents a stunning, elegant backdrop for other pieces in your bathroom, bringing out the shapes and colors of your furniture. Ideally, tiles used for a straight or diagonal layout will be large, giving space for the true color and pattern of the tile to shine through.

In smaller bathrooms, patterned layouts can be used to create interest, energy, and excitement:

  • Pinwheel layouts involve larger squares offset by smaller square tiles of a different color
  • Octagon and dot mosaics place darker colored diamond-shaped tiles in between lighter octagon-shaped tiles
  • Windmill mosaic layouts surround small square tiles with longer rectangles
  • Running bond, which staggers rectangular tiles, is great for subway tiles or other tiles in different color variations
  • Creative layouts like herringbone, or modular layouts that incorporate tiles of multiple sizes, colors, and patterns, can be stunning in bathrooms of all sizes, helping to bring a sense of artistry to large spaces while enlarging small spaces.

Before you buy your tile, decide on the layout you want, as certain shapes and sizes are more conducive to particular layouts and designs. Working with a provider who can give you a picture of what your options might look like can help you decide on the appropriate scaling and shades for your tile floor.

Primera’s designers and professionals have extensive experience helping everyone from contractors to homeowners find the perfect components of their dream homes. With more than 40 years of experience, in-house fabrication, and a variety of pricing packages, we can take you from beginning to end, working with creative, professionals from the designers to the certified installers for your tile floor. Contact us today to get started on your new bathroom.

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Mystery surface series: marble

Marble is a classic beauty that never goes out of style. It’s been used for centuries and continues to be popular today, gracing the surfaces in many homes and commercial settings.

While we’re all familiar with the elegance marble brings to any space, there are some lesser known facts about, and uses for, this material that are helpful to know if you’re considering using this luxurious stone in your home.

The Maintenance Factor

Marble is a porous material, making it more susceptible to stains. It’s particularly sensitive to acids from substances such as red wine, tomato sauce, coffee, and blueberries. But there’s a common misperception that marble will stain instantly and this isn’t the case. It stains when these substances have soaked into the surface, which will happen if left to sit for a long period, like overnight.

Aside from simply cleaning marble surfaces after each use, there are some other things you can do to maintain its appearance for as long as possible.

1) Seal It - While a sealer won’t protect your marble completely, it will buy you a little more time if an acidic substance isn’t wiped up right away.

2) Spot Treat It - Spot treat high use areas periodically using a spray cleaner that doubles as a sealant. Kitchen countertops and areas around bath faucets are two areas that can benefit from this treatment.

3) Consider Polished vs. Honed - A polished marble has a bit more stain resistance than honed marble, which tends to be slightly more absorbent. Many homeowners select a polished marble in high use areas for this reason.

Carrara Vs. Calacatta

Two gorgeous and better known types of marble are Carrara and Calacatta. These Italian marbles are often confused since they’re similar in appearance, both being white with gray veining.

Generally, Carrara tends to be grayer with a softer veining, while Calacatta is whiter and has a bolder veining.

Carrara Extra

Calacatta Super Extra

Carrara veining tends to be linear and is more readily available, while Calacatta is rarer and considered to be more of a luxury stone. There are many types of Calacatta including Calacatta Gold, a variation with gold mixed in.


Calacatta Gold Vein

Marble in Home Designs

Marble is naturally textured and uniquely veined, with each slab having its own individual characteristics. Available in many natural patterns and colors, it’s easy to find a style perfectly suited to any décor.

Here are some ways to incorporate this lovely natural stone into your home.

  • Add sophistication and function to any kitchen, whether using marble on a countertop, island, or backsplash.
  • Create a stunning effect by using marble on a fireplace surround.
  • Use marble to create an elegant, rich feel anywhere in a bathroom, making it a comforting place to relax at the end of the day.
  • Design a tile feature wall with marble for a unique headboard in a master bedroom.
  • Make a tile rug out of marble to create a classy yet cozy feel in any room.

Keep in mind that marble is a natural product that will age over time, regardless of where it’s used. Many love marble for the beautiful patina look it acquires over time. So expect signs of wear and tear from foot traffic on a marble floor, or on a much used kitchen countertop, and enjoy the beauty it brings to your home!

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Trend spotting: universal design, metallics, and more.

Universally Practical

Universal Design is an up and coming trend, as clients are choosing smart features that improve access and functionality throughout the home, like easy-to-grasp handles, adjustable countertops and pull-out shelves.

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Welcome to the “Gilded Age”

2015 is a kind of “Gilded Age” of design, with metals like copper and rose gold becoming more popular in furniture, lighting, hardware and decor items.

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A Splash of Color

Coral is one of the top colors for 2015, adding a fun, lively splash of color to any space.

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Made to Last

Flooring is trending toward materials that are made to last, like high-quality hardwood with rich tones that never go out of style.

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A Solid Favorite

Solid surface countertops continue to hold their number one spot because of their resistance to heat, mold and scratches – perfect for hardworking kitchens.

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Simple steps to kitchen staging and design


 Selling your home? Great, get ready to stage your kitchen. When it comes to staging to see there are a few things to consider. Decluttering, reorganizing and cleaning are a great start but what other steps are essential when you want to put your home on the market?

Tidy and Reorganize

Look around at your kitchen. Is there something that you always wanted to change but never got around to?? Are there appliances or furniture that always get in the way? Unnecessary items that makes your kitchen look cramped for space? Well, whatever it is, it is time for a change. Take the time to tidy and reorganize your kitchen. This means consolidating- leave as few items in sight as possible. Let your kitchen breathe. Get rid of the stuff you don’t need and dump the rest in the cabinets. Clear off your countertops to create the feeling of a larger kitchen. Remember, when it comes to home staging- less is more.

Remove Extra Items

Leave the essentials in an easy to reach place; keep the rest in drawers . It is crucial to get rid of anything unnecessary in order to open up more space and to make the kitchen look larger. This includes removing as many furnishings as possible. Excess furniture and fittings only get in the way; not to mention, they can make a room appear smaller. If you want to make your kitchen more inviting, create the perception of more space. So get rid of trolleys, free standing islands and any other large pieces you can go without. Also, no extra chairs. If goal is to sell your home, then be open to the idea of storing or getting rid of some unnecessary furniture. Be ruthless. It will pay off in the end.

Clean, Clean, Clean

Last but not least, don’t forget to clean your kitchen. It doesn’t matter what stage of the process you do this in, as long as you do it. Nothing will make your kitchen more attractive than spotless countertops, dust-free floor, immaculate appliances and organized shelves. Keep your blender, microwave, dishwasher and fridge clean, vacuum and mop the floor, dust all areas that have never gotten near the microfiber cloth. Do what’s necessary to get every part of the kitchen gleaming and smelling fresh-and take your time! This is one area where cutting corners is not an options if you intend to sell your home. The best way to attract prospective buyers is with a kitchen that looks and smells clean as a whistle!

Additional Advice

Replace heavy curtains and drapes. They can only make the place look smaller and crowded. You need to let more natural light into the room- choose cheerful colors.

Repaint the walls. Choose bright like-tone colors, consider getting rid of wall hangings, think minimalist style-the less stuff in your kitchen, the better it will look.

Remove tablecloths. Stick to the rule- less is more. Add some fruits in a simple basket or a vase of flowers as simple accent piece.

Get rid of pot racks. They create the feeling of storage shortage and can potentially give buyers the perception of a space shortage. If you don’t want to part with your pot racks (they look great in your kitchen, they hold sentimental value or you simply don’t have anywhere else to keep them), then make sure to hang only the bare minimum.

Depersonalize. This means you need to remove as many personal items, such as pictures and knick-knacks, as possible still maintaining an inviting and warm atmosphere.

My last tip is to create a balanced kitchen. Space your items evenly and maintain consistent color schemes.

Hope this helps to sell your home faster and at a better price. Good luck!

The article is kindly contributed by Kathleen Crane who runs TenancyCleaners Wimbledon

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Primera creates team in southern california

southern california


Primera is pleased to announce that it will shortly be opening a new design center in Corona, Riverside County, serving Southern California. This will be the 5th state of Western USA in which Primera now operates, following in short succession from entering the New Mexico market earlier this month and in addition to its other major divisions in Arizona, Colorado and Nevada.

Following the decision by Masterbrand not to continue selling cabinetry direct to home builders Southern California, the Masterbrand sales and operations team consisting of MikeYocum, Frank Fenton, Jeff Grasberger and Rudy Escobar elected to join the growing Primera family. The former Masterbrand team is well established and highly respected within the home builder community throughout this region, having spent years building and establishing a reputation for service delivery excellence.

TJ Wheeler, Primera’s CEO, stated “I am very excited the Masterbrand team decided join us.  Primera is a dynamic and growing company that is focused on its strategic path to be in an increasing number of states in the Western USA serving a wide range of customers with the complimentary interior offering of cabinetry, countertops and flooring from design, ordering, delivery and installation.”

Primera, a privately owned and operated company, now employs over 500 staff across 5 States.  It offers a full service of design, purchase, delivery and installation of cabinetry, countertops and flooring products to home builders, home centers, commercial developers and retail customers.  Its partners include the MASCO cabinetry brands of Quality Cabinets, Merillat and KraftMaid, RSI Professional Cabinet Solutions and flooring partners Shaw, Mohawk, Daltile, Marazzi and Emser Tile. Primera fabricates granite, engineered stone and laminate for countertops in its own local facilities.

TJ continued, “Mike and his team bring years of knowledge and strong network relationships with them.  Primera has the right product mix, experience and skills to serve the existing Masterbrand customers and to offer the many advantages of our complete product and service offering to the wider Southern Californian market.  This is another crucial part of our growth strategy.”

Mike Yocum added, “The team was unanimous in its decision to move to Primera.  We were all impressed by the Company’s vision and believe in its products and services.  Offering both frameless and framed cabinetry choices, through its strong supplier partner relationships, will be essential for our customers to give them the choice and flexibility they need.  We feel that Primera will exceed the requirements of customers in this market.  We very much look forward to formally joining Primera and being an integral part of its future success.”

To contact a member of the team call:  Mike Yocum on (714) 493-3116, Frank Fenton on (562) 572-4471, Jeff Grasberger on (951) 833-2117 or Rudy Escobar on (951) 662-6971.

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How your granite countertops come to life: check out our granite fabrication process! phoenix, arizona

The average interior design company is going to outsource their granite fabrication process.  One of the powerful elements of Primera Interiors (and just another reason why we are the complete one-stop shop) is that we have our own fabrication shop.

As your most trusted contracting and design company in Phoenix, we ensure that every step of our granite fabrication process is of the highest quality and that the best product is being created.  We know what it takes to bring the highest quality granite countertops into your home or business. Your company can only benefit from our quick and seamless process where zero errors and ensured quality is a must.

While the granite fabrication process involves highly technical skilled labor and complicated machinery, Primera Interiors are professionals at the process.    Here are some of the steps that we take in our fabrication process in order to bring the beautiful granite to life!

How Your Phoenix Granite Countertops Are Made

The process of taking a raw piece of natural granite, having quality machines cut it to precise measurements and having professionals to round and polish the edges takes an average of six hours at Primera.  In our fabrication center all of the stresses of cutting and polishing the stone are completed in house.  Primera ensures that your granite is finalized before reaching the site of your home, business or project meaning that the only work being done on the project site is the installation and assembly of the countertops—lowering the risk of damage to the granite and saving time and money.

At Primera Interiors, we put a strong emphasis on both quality and efficiency, where our staff of highly skilled and qualified professionals expects only the best products along each step of the granite fabrication process. As both a contracting and design company, we work with your business to produce durable, long-lasting, and also original products. From our wide variety of granite colors to our assortment of edge shapes and designs, we help to create the most useful and most beautiful granite countertops to fit the needs and preferences of any style and taste.

The granite countertops that will enter your homes and businesses will catch the eye of everyone who walks past. For our low and competitive prices, you receive guaranteed quality in both product and service. Your granite is processed by only the most efficient and advanced machinery and technology, and is finalized and installed by the hands of only the most trusted and talented of professionals. When it comes to your home and business, Primera Interiors is here to promise only the best we have to offer at the most competitive prices, as well as to answer any questions you may have along the way.


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