We are professionals. As such, we do not perform a job without carefully studying what the job entails and what needs to be done.
Carrying out the removal of old countertops without prior inspection is ludicrous – especially if you plan to salvage and recycle it. Precision Stone Design knows that and is committed to ensuring your needs. That is why we make sure to carry out the necessary inspection and investigation to ensure that proper care is placed when removing countertops. It saves your countertops, and other essential elements in your kitchen, as well.
We are professionals – we cannot stress this enough. And as professionals, we make sure to take proper care of your countertop, and your kitchen, prior to, during, and after its removal.
Before we proceed with removing your old kitchen countertop, we make the necessary preparations to ensure little to no damage is done to everything else (but there’s always insurance if we do commit a boo-boo). That means the removal of all obstructions from the area, the disconnection of all utilities, and the removal of just about anything that might make this job more difficult to carry out. This is also where we ask you what kind of condition you want your countertop to be after removal so we can act accordingly.
The way we handle removing countertops will, of course, depend on the type of countertop you have. This is why we do inspections in the first place. This is to identify the technique we need to use when removing countertops. For instance, removing granite countertops entail a variety of special techniques for the removal of adhesives used due to its heavy nature while removing Formica countertops will only require half as much as it is lighter and, thus, easier to remove.