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Special Sealing Technique

Susquehanna Marble and Granite offers a special sealing technique to every stone that is purchased that requires sealing. About 80% of the stone out there does not require sealing at all. If you are to purchase a stone that requires sealer, your countertop will be sealed by us before it is installed in your home.

Our Warranty

Susquehanna Marble and Granite is so confident in our technique, that we are putting a warranty on every countertop that we install. A bottle of everyday cleaner has been provided along with some cleaning tips. If you follow these tips and clean your countertops with the cleaner provided, your countertops will never need to be resealed. We will warrant your tops for as long as you own your home. If for some reason your granite tops need to be resealed, they will be done so by us at no extra charge.

 

Williamsport Granite Specialists

If you’re looking for a granite or marble company that has the experience and knowledge to bring your vision to life, look no further than Susquehanna Marble and Granite. Founded in June of 2007, we pride ourselves on having a knowledgeable staff that will go above and beyond to ensure that our customers are 100% satisfied. Our company is composed of knowledgeable staff with 40 years of combined experience. We believe that customer service is one of the most important items that we offer our customers. We will work with you to design, fabricate, and install your granite or marble project in a reasonable timeframe, within your family’s budget. Susquehanna Marble and Granite: Rock solid stone designs.

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