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Granite & Marble

We are in good hands with GRANITE & MARBLE WORKS. Simply put, our employees are the best in the business, with 10+ years of combined experience in construction and stonework. Each year, we install over 1,00 kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, hearths, surrounds, and furniture pieces in the Capital District.

we digitally template over your existing counters. We remove old counters and install new ones in one day. Tile work and plumbing are additional services we offer. For your convenience, we also offer sink and faucet options. You truly get a one-stop shopping experience with GRANITE & MARBLE WORKS.

How it works?

We will deal directly with GRANITE & MARBLE WORKS employees every step of the way. We do not subcontract or outsource any part of the process. Mike and Margaret Roohan are hands-on owners, involved in all aspects of the business.


Created from molten rock, compacted by the weight of the earths crust, granite is one of the most spectacular displays of nature’s beauty.a For thousands of years mankind have been incorporating natural stone into their homes, and now you can do the same. Unlike other work surface materials, granite because of its inherent toughness, is difficult to scratch, extremely hygienic and is virtually maintenance free, making it the not only the most practical but the most luxurious interior and exterior finish. While granite may be more expensive than some other materials, its longevity adds immeasurable value.

What is Granite?

Granite is a naturally occurring igneous stone found in various regions throughout the world. It is a tough composite of minerals, mica, quartz and feldspar, which together form the diverse and beautiful crystalline patterns one sees today. Granite is described as the perfect marriage of strength and beauty, which is found in no other rock. Its strength makes it the second hardest stone after diamonds.

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