A remnant is a piece of stone that is a left over from a larger granite countertops project.
Slabs come in bundles of 6 or 7. Big blocks of stone are taken from quarries and each block is sliced by diamond gang saw into 42 to 45 slabs that are of 1 ¼” thick.
Our Remnant Pricing & Information
The consecutive 6 or 7 slabs are then packed together and called a bundle.
Generally, these slabs will all look alike so that they can be used together for countertop projects.
Once all slabs from a bundle are utilized for different projects, we are left with partial slabs or random sized small pieces that can’t be used for bigger projects.
The result is a pile of orphan pieces called remnants.
At Arch City, we put these leftover pieces to the side and offer them at greatly discounted prices to sell them fast.
Granite Remnants Shapes, Sizes & Color
Remnants come in all different shapes and sizes and in variety of colors. Some of those remnants are from very high price point colors.
The price will be very high if you have to buy a full slab. But these very expensive countertops become very affordable when available as remnant.
They are perfect for small projects like bathrooms, laundry rooms, or small bars, fireplace surrounds, coffee tables etc.
Granite Remnants for Your Home
Arch City fabricates and installs kitchen countertops for many big custom homes in and around St. Louis, MO.
Lot of times the home owners take advantage of our large remnant stock and use a variety of beautiful colors for their different rooms like guest bathroom, laundry room, fireplace surround etc.
Arch City also offers a cash and carry program by using our remnants. You can provide a drawing and exact measurements for your job.
We go over the drawings and upon your approval of the drawings, we will fabricate it and then you can come back to pick up the pieces and install it yourself.
This way you save yourself the cost of measurement, delivery, and installation. Bottom line is, you get very desirable granite counters at affordable prices.
Please come by our St. Louis location to check our granite remnants stock for your project. It helps if you bring the drawing of your small countertops project, so that we can estimate it right away.