Van Gogh didn't let someone else paint The Starry Night.
At the end of the day, every fabricator has two choices: either sacrifice quality for the sake of providing the lowest price possible in order to gain the most sales, or, make quality the top priority despite the cost to deliver products and services of the highest standard possible. At ICONIC, we always choose the latter and that is what separates us from the competitors.
Our services are knowledge based, so we strive to go the extra mile in educating and informing our customers when it comes to material selection, design, and product care. We never pressure our clients to up-sell, we never sacrifice the integrity of our work just to land a sale, and we never outsource our countertop work. From the estimate down to the last bead of silicone, we are there for our clients every step of the way because we care.
At ICONIC, all of our services include a limited lifetime labor warranty, in addition to complimentary lifetime natural stone sealing for as long as you own your home.
A lifetime product with lifetime service.
METICULOUS ABOUT SELECTION
There’s a big difference between “builder’s grade” and “premium” grade stone. Every fabricator is well aware of the significant difference in quality between the two, however, they don’t tend to disclose it because it results in a difference of price as well. At ICONIC, we know which distributors provide builder’s grade and we know which ones provide premium quality stone. We are very particular about selection quality and will never purchase lower quality stone just to beat a competitors price.
In addition to granite and marble, we are authorized dealers of the finest manufacturers of quartz:
it’s all in the details...
A very important part of our business are seams. Usually, the first thing a client says to us is "I don't want any seams!". As we do our best to minimize the number of seams by carefully strategizing countertop layout, sometimes they are necessary due to shear size or shape of the project. It is our job to hide them to the best of our abilities. We do so by cutting the stone so that the patterns match (above picture), by color matching the epoxy to the color of the stone, and/or by putting the seam in places the eyes are not immediately drawn to. Doing seams is tedious, time consuming, and can become an eye-sore if done improperly or impatiently, which is why we take our time with them and do them correctly from the initial mapping to the installation.
From contemporary to Traditional
Eased Edge — Also known as flat polish. Exactly what it sounds like. Full thickness of the stone polished to create a thick, minimalist edge.
1/4 or 1/2 Bevel — Edge beveled at 45 degrees to either a 1/4'' or 1/2'' width
1/4 Round — 1/4'' rounded on top edge to create a softer edge. Perfect if you rest your arms on the counters while using the computer!
Half Bullnose / Full Bullnose — A large curve that creates the softest edge (pictured above)
Ogee — A concave radius to a convex radius. One of the most traditional edges.