Countertop Remnants (Granite, Marble, Quartz, Quartzite, and Stone)

Do you need a piece of granite countertop for a smaller project? Granite remnants could be a way for you to get the high-end surface you want, while saving you money. We’ve been serving Denver and the front range since 1999, and we are the countertop experts you can trust. View our online countertop selection and select remnants to see our inventory of countertop remnants and leftover pieces of granite, marble, quartzite, and and other natural stone.

We have one of the biggest selections or countertop slabs in Denver and we have an in-house fabrication facility for cutting and polishing your stone, so you can get your project done faster.

Every bit as beautiful and durable as the original slab, they are perfect for smaller jobs like bathroom vanities, islands, tabletops, serving trays, coffee tables, and more.

granite slab stone remnants

What Is A Granite Remnant?

The Natural Stone Institute defines a remnant as, “A leftover portion of a slab that cannot be utilized in the primary project, but is salvaged for possible use in another project.”

Most jobs start with a slab, or multiple slabs, of granite, quartz, marble, There are often unused parts of the slab that become remnant pieces. These granite remnants may not be suitable to use for large projects, but they can certainly be a cost-effective way of adding some granite to your home.

Remnants are smaller pieces of stone, that have already been cut. However, they are still the same high quality stone they were when there were in full slab form. Think about it like this; a granite remnant may be very close to the actual size of your project, which means there will be very little waste when producing your piece. Less stone, less waste, less of a cost to you.

Remember, not all remnants are made the same. They were originally cut for specific projects, so colors and styles may be limited and remnant inventory changes all the time.

What Can I USe Granite Remnants For?

Granite remnants are often used for smaller projects, like small bar tops, coffee tables, small kitchen islands, vanities, shower seats, decoratie trays, shelvingand any other place granite you’d like to have granite. Kitchen countertops are usually (but not always) large enough to use an entire slab. Plus, it’s almost impossible to find two remnants identical in pattern and color so it is not recommended to try and seam two remnants together

Please contact us here at American Cabinet and Flooring if you have any questions about the size of your project. Whether it be a remnant or a full slab, we’ll help you design your project so you get the right fit and the right cost, for exactly what you want.

We specialize in countertops made of granite, quartz, marble, porcelain, solid surface, natural stone, laminate, and more. We always offer free design and estimates. Tell us a little about your project and one of our designers will be in touch to make it a reality, or give us a call at (303) 996-6026.