Frequently Asked Questions
With 20 years in the business we have developed a series of common questions and answers.
Do We Sell Slabs?
We carry more than 10 different man-made quartz brands with samples available for review in our showroom. Natural stone like granite or quartzite can be found at several very good slab yards in Fresno. We will give you this list upon request.
We also have some remnants in our yard for smaller projects.
Will We Remove Existing Counters?
We have a professional team of installers that will typically remove your existing countertops on the day of the new counter installation!
We do not need to remove counters first in order to get exact measurements for cutting. We utilize a laser measuring system which allows us to get accurate measurements without the need for counter removal first.
Do I Need Sealer on My Counters?
Yes we highly recommend sealing your counters, whether they be granite, marble, quartz or quartzite.
We offer a variety of sealers from quartz sealers that are fully warranted for 10 years to granite and quartzite sealers that are good for 25 years. Guaranteed by the sealer company themselves! You will receive a written certificate in the mail after installation.
the cost is typically $6./ sq ft.
Do We Have a Showroom?
We have a beautiful showroom complete with several kitchen vignettes and samples of quartz and edge samples for your review.
We have been at the same location for over 15 years.
Showroom hours M-F from 8"30 - 4:30.
Sat 9-12. Closed Sundays
Paragon was established over 20 years ago in Fresno and has completed over 17,000 custom kitchen remodels, as well as bathrooms, BBQs, fireplaces, etc.
Our ratings on all online services such as Yelp, Google, etc, are 97% 5 star ratings.
We truly care about our clients' happiness and satisfaction with our 'no unhappy customers' policy.
Call us today for a free in home estimate and consultation.
What is the Difference Between Quartz and Quartzite?
Quartz (also called manufactured quartz of engineered stone) is man made whereas Quartzite is natural. Quartzite looks more like marble than granite so it is popular as a marble substitute in kitchens because is has the veiny quality of marble without the 'etching' problem that marble can present. This is when anything high PH or acidic is spilled on the counter, it will 'etch' or lose it's shine quickly.