Countertops

Countertop Finishing and Painting in Southeast Wisconsin

Counter tops -by Customer Request

Due to some very insightful customer demand, new in 2019, Colorwheel gained access to the big 3 types of countertops you’d likely want for your next countertop finishing and painting project, including:

  • Granite
  • Quartz
  • Marble

And we have access to the name brands you know like:

  • Cambria
  • Corian
  • Caesarstone
  • Silestone
  • Viatera
  • …and more.

So while we’re in your home to discuss painting of any kind, especially cabinet painting or refinishing, we can help you with your countertop finishing and painting in Southeastern Wisconsin, too.  Our consultants can measure your kitchen island, kitchen countertop(s), vanities, tables, or even a workbench.   Please feel free to learn more about the process below.

Now to be clear, Colorwheel does not source these materials, store them, fabricate them, or even remove/install them. ..  So why would you go with us?  The answers are pretty simple:

  1. We’ll help you coordinate the 2 biggest aspects of a cabinet paint job and countertop swap which reduces many a headache
  2. We have great referrals for the other parts you’ll need to general contract, from plumber to cabinet maker, flooring to electrical
  3. We have buying power that brings savings and convenience to you.   As a package deal, countertops and cabinet painting by Colorwheel will be hard to beat!

 

A Process Overview

While not all countertop finishing and painting project will run exactly the same, this or a similar version tend to be the general lay of the land for your countertop and cabinet painting project.

  1.  A Colorwheel consultant comes to your home and:
    1.  Measures the countertops; often explaining just what it is that is being measured and why
    2.  Engages you in a discussion of broad price points
    3.  Colorwheel does not bring in a lot of samples simply because we’ve learned that most our customers won’t choose on based on a 4″ by 4″ square
  2.  Pricing is obtained for a multitude of options and given to the customer
  3.  If willing to proceed, the customer is shown how to Google Search the options to better hone in on one
  4.  If proceeding, the customer is encouraged to do a showroom visit and view the stone in person.  Some customers do this independently, while some have our rep meet them
  5.  A new sink is often selected at the showroom as well, as you will need a new one.  Or a sink can be purchased elsewhere, and the manufactuer’s information on the sink will be needed.
    1.  Farm sinks require additional steps, as they must be installed prior to a final measure of the countertop
  6.  Contracts get finalized based on the stone selected (whether you get one or not, we’d still be happy to do the painting)
  7.  A final measure occurs for the counter tops (again, with a farm sink it must be installed by this time)
  8.  And then the magic starts to happen, in general:
    1.  Colorwheel (usually) comes to remove doors/drawers from the cabinet system (if it’s being painted)
    2.  Colorwheel processes doors and drawers in our workshop for a few weeks while:
      1.  The plumber comes to do a disconnect, CUSTOMER MUST MAKE THESE ARRANGEMENTS and recommendations are provided
      2.  The countertop company removes the old tops
      3.  The countertop company installs the new tops and mounts the sink (sometimes this is done on the same day as the removal)
      4.  A plumber comes to connect the sink and install faucet, etc.
    3.  Colorwheel paints the boxes after installation (not always, but usually)
    4.  Colorwheel brings the doors/drawers in and puts it all back together

 

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