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Question: Is the process of fabricating granite is very difficult
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The process of fabricating granite is very difficult. It must first be extracted from a mountain in a large block form, then cut and polished with diamonds and water. Lastly, it must be packaged and delivered in the form of a bathroom vanity top, kitchen counter top, or other complete product. Granite is very heavy. Most varieties are available in both 2cm (3/4") and 3cm (1-1/4") thicknesses with a tolerance of +/- 3 mm. Our more popular thickness is 3cm. Finished slabs weigh approximately 12-13 lbs per sq. ft. in 2 cm thicknesses, and approximately 18-19 lbs per sq. ft. in 3 cm (1.18") thicknesses. Therefore, an 8 ft. top 3 cm thick will weigh between 144 and 152 lbs.

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