New Quartz Backsplash and Vanity Installation in Brookfield, WI Family Home
Brookfield is a quite town located in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. As of 2010, it had a population of 37,920 people, making it the third biggest city in the entire county. Before settlers came to the area, the county was inhabited by Native Americans from the Potawatomi tribe. The first Caucasian settler to come to Brookfield was Robert Curren, who came in 1836 and built a log cabin. Afterward, the area was pretty much dominated with farm land up until the mid-20th century.
It wasn’t until August 1954 when Brookfield was incorporated as a city. Part of the Town of Brookfield, which still exists along the city’s western border. The landscape of Brookfield is made up of mostly land, with only a half square mile being water. This sub-continental divide runs to Lake Michigan and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. The western divide runs into the Fox River of Illinois and Wisconsin before flowing into the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico.
Those who love nature may be fond to know that there’s a heron rookery in the northwest of Capitol Dr and Brookfield Rd. While this is a small city, it does have its own airport – Capitol Airport – which serves Brookfield and surrounding towns.
Tourists do come here to enjoy the shopping, outdoor golf, fine dining and parks. There’s also a concert hall here, called the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, which can be found in Mitchell Park. Folks can also enjoy a swim at the beach, which can be found at Fox Brook Park. Here, you can also hit the hiking trails, where there’s plenty of natural preserves, as well as biking, sailing and golfing activities.
Brookfield is a great place for families, singles and couples to live, work and play.
Brookfield Homeowner Installs Quartz Stone in their Bathroom
The bathroom is the one room in the home that most owners like to upgrade. This is especially so for guest bathrooms. One customer in Brookfield decided to contact Badger Granite to have their bathroom updated with quartz stone vanity. They also wanted to have quartz stone used for the backsplash in the kitchen. The homeowner was getting prepared for holiday visits – the first time since moving into the home.
A lot of work had already been done to the property, but the homeowner was displeased with the materials used for the bathroom vanity and wanted to spruce up the kitchen with a beautiful backsplash. Our experts came to the property to assess the bathroom and kitchen and provided a reasonable estimate that was accepted right away.
A Happy Customer is a Loyal Customer
The customer decided that we would be their go-to company for anything to do with stone installations. He decided that he would also want similar work done in his office building, which had bathrooms that needed updating. The first project we performed for this client was satisfactory. Our professionals cut the slab of quartz stone hand selected by the customer, delivered it and then installed the stone onto the vanity in the bathroom.
The bathroom really looked amazing after the fact. They decided to go with a silvery gray quartz stone, which perfectly contrasted the black and dark gray materials and décor used throughout the bathroom.
In the kitchen, our professionals successfully installed the quartz backsplash, which had a unique blend of colors. The customer fell in love with the slab at first sight, while browsing through our inventory on site. We took the measurements and made the cuts to ensure precise fits. The outcome was very lovely and the customer really loved it.
Getting the Job Done On Time
When the customer hired the professionals at Badger Granite, time was quickly running out. The client only had a few weeks to get their home in order for guests, so we did our part to complete the project on schedule. Once the client put in the order for the quartz slabs, our professionals got to work in fabricating them and within a few days, we were in their home performing the installation.
We first started in the bathroom, removing the old vanity, which was made with laminate. The client was trying to go the cheap route the first time around, but couldn’t get past how cheap the counters looked. Quartz stone really gave the bathroom a luxurious feel. It went well with the hardwood floors and the other décor.
The kitchen also had hardwood floors and matching cabinetry. Counters were made with recycled glass, so it had a nice modern look. Quartz backsplash had a blend of green, gold and blue colors, which matched the earth tones of the kitchen.
Our professionals were able to complete the project the same day we came. We even hauled away the old vanity counter for the customer.
Having Your Kitchen and Bath Upgraded
Engineered quartz is one of those stones that is highly durable, and because of this, a lot of homeowners opt to install it in their kitchens and bathrooms. You can also find other types of stones widely used as well, such as granite and marble, which we offer for sale in a variety of colors and styles. The natural stones have an unsurpassed design, allowing you to get a slab that’s unique from everyone else’s. No two slabs are ever the same.
At Badger Granite, we also offer various edge styles to choose from, such as bevel, bullnose, chamfer and ogee, to name a few. Our experts are all about detail and workmanship, so we work hard to please all of our customers.
Besides stones, we also offer an array of sinks, faucets and even tile ,which can be used for floors and backsplashes. You can have your pick of the type of tile you want used in your kitchen or bathroom, such as onyx, marble, granite, travertine, porcelain or glass.
If you’d like to have your home upgraded with stones, then contact Badger Granite to get started!