Simple Sales Process
The team here at Gallery 77 is dedicated to making the process of designing and installing a new countertop simple, quick, and convenient. Stop in today.
Our sales process is convenient and straightforward. After just a few simple steps, your beautiful new countertop will be all ready for installation!
1. Slab Selection
This is the fun part! Come pay a visit to our showroom where you can pick out your new countertop from our extensive collection of tile, natural stone, and engineered quartz surfaces.
2. Free Estimate
Once we have understood your project and reviewed a blueprint – or even a hand drawing with measurements – we will tell you what it will cost.
Now that you have selected Gallery 77 to create and install your countertop, we will schedule to visit your home or place of work in person. There, our laser template technician will take precise measurements to ensure your new countertop will fit perfectly.
With your material selection and final measurements set, we will proceed to fabricate your countertop via state-of-the-art computerized cutting machinery.
WHY GALLERY 77
Our experienced staff will work with you and your interior designer, builder or contractor, to create original designs that reflect your personal style.
Tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, showers, or other objects such as tabletops. Tiling stone is typically marble, onyx, granite, or slate.
Natural Stone refers to products quarried from the earth, used over thousands of years as building materials and decorative enhancements. These products include Granite, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Slate, Quartzite, Sandstone, Adoquin, Onyx, and others.
Unlike natural stone countertops cut from pure granite, marble, or sandstone, engineered stone counters are made from quartz crystals held together with a resin binder. They have a similar appearance to natural stone, but they possess benefits not available with natural materials. Quartz bathroom countertops have been very popular in the past few years.