Most Installs Completed in 1 Day! • Custom fabrication takes 7 – 10 business day from approval of template & slab layout

We Are Metro Atlanta’s Premier Source for Custom Granite Countertops

We offer Atlanta’s largest selection of granite countertops colors, in stock, at our Atlanta showroom and warehouse. Visit our display showroom and slab warehouse and hand pick the slabs of your choice. We have over 1,800 slabs in 200 different colors to ensure that you find the granite countertop that is just right for you, in a price range that will suit your budget.

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Don’t pay for the entire slab
Only Pay for what you use.

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We can normally remove your old
countertops and install new ones
on the SAME DAY!

White Marble

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Normally $8 / Sq Ft


Free Design Consultation

Visit our Atlanta area Showroom with your measurements where you can mix and match 200 large, fabricated samples on 18 different cabinet vignettes. That’s 3,600  possible combinations of colors that you can view under lighting that is similar to what is found in your home. Your new kitchen countertops will enhance the beauty and value of your home and you can have your new counter tops installed in your home in just 7 to 10 business days from the day the template lay-out is approved. Make an appointment with our expert designers today.



Look Past The Stone

When you’re in the market to buy new kitchen countertops, you don’t just buy the stone. You are buying the ability of a company to custom fabricate the stone to your unique specifications, on schedule and at a fair price. We help remove the guesswork out of pricing and designing granite countertops in Atlanta, Ga. The cost of granite is less today than in previous years. which makes it more affordable than ever, so give us a call today or stop by and let us show you how you can transform your home or We are located in Atlanta and have served the Greater Atlanta area since 1990. Our service area includes, Acworth, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Brook Haven, Buford, Buck Head, Canton, Chamblee, Clarkston, Cumming, Dacula, Decatur, Douglasville, Duluth, Dunwoody, Flowery Branch, Gainesville, Johns-Creek , Kennesaw, Lawrenceville, Loganville , Lilburn, Lithonia , Marietta, Monroe, Norcross, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Snellville, Sugar-Hill , Suwanee, Tucker, Woodstock, just to name a few.




Our Marble and Granite countertops are designed from slabs of stone with as few seams as possible – for a quality, custom look. We don’t use prefabricated “blanks”. Your granite countertops are cut from full sized matching slabs to minimize seams and insure a perfect match.


Our fabrication division employs skilled craftsmen with over 95 years combined experience. Every marble or granite countertop project is unique. Our extensive experience allows us anticipate each component of the project and prepare for it in advance. We don’t learn on your job.

Personal Service

Our team of customer care specialists are available for you, every step of the way. Specialists in design, estimation, scheduling, fabrication and installation are always available to answer any questions and resolve any issues you may have.


Atlanta’s Largest Inventory Over 1,800 Slabs. Open to The Public

Atlanta Granite, Marble, Quartz, and Quartzite Countertops Design and Installation for LESS

24 New Colors On SALE @ $45 Per Sq. Ft. Installed 3cm. Slabs

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4235 Steve Reynolds Boulevard,

Norcross , GA 30093

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We can’t wait to take care of you. Call us at (770) 872-4815 or complete the form below.

A guide for cleaning Natural Stone

Natural stone can be classified into two general categories according to its composition: siliceous stone or calcareous stone. Knowing the difference is critical when selecting cleaning products. The first type of stone is  Siliceous stone is composed mainly of silica or quartz-like particles. It tends to be very durable and relatively easy to clean with mild acidic cleaning solutions. Types of siliceous stone include: granite, slate, sandstone, quartzite, brownstone, and bluestone.

Granite countertop cleaning guide

Next is Calcareous stone which is composed mainly of calcium carbonate. It is sensitive to acidic cleaning products and frequently requires different cleaning procedures than siliceous stone. Types of calcareous stone include: marble, travertine, limestone, and onyx. What may work on siliceous stone may not be suitable on calcareous surfaces.

All granites are porous; what typically harms the finish on granite are the harsh chemicals contained in soap, shampoo, perfume, and cosmetics, the minerals in hard water, household cleaning agents which are highly acidic or alkaline in nature; all foods and beverages are not neutral when measured on the PH scale, many of which contain citric acid as a preservative.

Granite counter care

The easiest way your stone looking amazing is avoid any bad habits that may damage it. Granite, marble, travertine, limestone, soapstone, quartz and solid surface are similar in many ways, but their differences require varying degrees of maintenance.

If you utilize the granite counter top care and cleaning procedures that follow for all your countertops no matter what type of stone or surface you’ll eliminate most potential problems without ever having to think too hard about it or worry that you may be causing damage.

AA Granite Fabricator Direct located in Norcross and serving granite countertops in Atlanta would like to provide you with the Do’s & Dont’s of caring for your new countertops:

  • Do clean surfaces with mild detergent or stone soap.
  • Do thoroughly rinse and dry the surface with clean, clear water after washing.
  • Do blot up spills immediately.
  • Do protect countertop surfaces with coasters, trivets, or placemats.
  • Don’t use vinegar, lemon juice, or other cleaners containing acids on marble, limestone, travertine, or onyx surfaces.
  • Don’t use cleaners that contain acid or alkaline such as bathroom cleaners, grout cleaners, or tub & tile cleaners.
  • Don’t use abrasive cleaners such as dry cleansers or soft cleansers.
  • Don’t mix bleach and ammonia; this combination creates a toxic and lethal gas.
  • Don’t ever mix chemicals together unless directions specifically instruct you to do so.

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