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Old 12-10-2008, 01:24 PM
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PostOpus
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Default Re: New granite counter top question

I'd be inclined to contact the dealer/fabricator and let him know you're not at all satisfied with the granite. Tiny "pockmarks" are somewhat common, but only ones that are extremely shallow and small diameter. The granite we had installed has only one area where you can feel a very slight difference, and that's where two pieces were epoxied together to form an L shaped counter. There definitely should not be any faults that would stop a marble as you described. You might have a few different options: (1) total replacement; (2) possible professional repair using color-matched epoxy; (3) a fair negotiated partial refund of your cost. Read your contract fully before trying to negotiate with the dealer/fabricator.

Good luck!
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