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Our Step-by-Step Process



  • Choose the type and color of material that suits your design preferences and functional needs.

  • Nadsto has a variety of materials to select from. Options include but are not limited to; Quartz, Porcelain, Marble, Granite, Quartzite and Onyx.


  • Collaborate with us to finalize the countertop's design, including color, edge profile, and overall aesthetic.

  • Consider the layout of the space, functional requirements, and integration with other design elements.

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  • Accurate measurements of the countertop area are taken, including dimensions, cutouts for sinks or cooktops, and any other features.

  • A template is created using plywood or a similar material, outlining the exact shape and dimensions of the countertop.


  • During the layout phase, close collaboration with the client is essential. Any design adjustments, preferences, or additional features are discussed and incorporated into the layout plan to ensure that the final countertop aligns with the client's vision.

  • The layout phase serves as the foundation for the entire fabrication and installation process. A well-executed layout not only contributes to the countertop's visual appeal but also ensures its functionality and longevity. Careful planning and attention to detail during this phase result in a countertop that seamlessly integrates with the space while enhancing its overall beauty and usability.

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  • The slab is selected and cut to match the template's dimensions using specialized diamond-tipped saws.

  • Precision cutting is crucial to ensure tight seams and proper fit.


  • The edges of the slab are profiled according to your preferred design. Common profiles include mitered, beveled, bullnose, and ogee.

  • If material is a natural stone the surface is polished using progressively finer grits of diamond abrasives. This process enhances the marble's shine and smoothness.

  • For larger countertops, multiple pieces may need to be seamed together. Properly executed seams are crucial for a seamless appearance.

  • If applicable, cutouts for sinks, faucets, and cooktops are made using water-cooled diamond tools to prevent overheating and cracking.

  • The edges of the slab are sealed to prevent moisture penetration and potential damage.

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  • The installation area is cleared, and any existing countertops are removed.

  • Cabinets and support structures are checked for stability and levelness.

  • The fabricated slab is carefully positioned onto the cabinets or support structure.

  • It's crucial to ensure the slab is level and properly aligned with the template.

  • Seams are carefully aligned and joined using epoxy or adhesive specifically designed for natural or engineered stone.

  • Excess epoxy is cleaned off to ensure a clean seam.

  • The slab is securely attached to the support structure using screws, brackets, or adhesive.

  • The installation is thoroughly inspected for any imperfections, levelness, and alignment.

  • Adjustments are made if necessary.

  • The finished countertop is handed over to the homeowner, along with care and maintenance instructions.

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