Francini Inc. Blog

 
23May

How to Make the Most Out of Your Francini Inc. Experience?

At Francini Inc., we are eager to help all our customers find the stone or material that best matches their needs and aides them in creating the perfect look for their environment. In most cases, that means coming to visit one of our locations, where we are glad to show you our selection and help you pick the right fit from our gallery. To assure you get the most out of your experience, we have a few tips for when you visit.

Prepare the Details on What You Need

If you don’t have fabricator already selected, then we recommend visiting with some expectation of what you’re going to need. Most important of all is the budget that you’re anticipating for your surfaces and the measurements that you have made for your countertops.

Questions For Your Fabricator

If you already have a fabricator in mind and you know what you want, then we are eager to help you finalize your decision as efficiently as possible. You can select a fabricator before reaching the show floor or choose one with the help of our team. Either way, here are some questions you should have in mind to help you make your decision:

  • What price range am I selecting from?
  • How many slabs do I need for my project?
  • What length is needed for the longest run of countertop?
  • Who should I contact with hold information?

Bring Samples With You to Help With Decisions

At all of our Francini Inc. branches, our teams will be on hand to introduce you to the warehouse and the wide range of different materials that we have available. We’re glad to answer any questions and you can choose from any material you see if it’s available. However, we do recommend bringing samples of existing design elements in the room that you want our help completing. This way, you can ensure the best possible coordination. Some samples you may want to prepare to include:

  • Cabinet doors, drawers, and/or wood samples
  • Paint swatches
  • Tile samples
  • Flooring options

Why Should You Visit Our Gallery?

If you want a granite, marble, LUCASTONE™, porcelain, Vetrite, soapstone, travertine or limestone installation, then you can ensure it’s done most efficiently with help directly from our team. Visiting our gallery means you can get an up-close and personal look at all of our stone. Furthermore, our representatives will be on hand to quickly answer any questions you might have about your selection. We’ve helped hundreds of customers choose the best possible granite and marble for their projects and the aesthetic they want to achieve, so if you’re feeling stuck on a few options, we can help narrow down that selection.

Arrange your visit today

Customers are welcome to drop into our gallery at any time to take a look at our vast selection. However, to ensure that one of our experts is free to welcome you, we recommend calling us. Take a look at our locations tab to find the contact details and store information you need to ensure we’re as prepared as can be to help you.

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