Lazy Granite Kitchen Countertops

Lazy Granite Tiles for Kitchen Countertops are the perfect solution if you’re looking for affordable granite countertops that are easy to install and will last for years.  You get the look of a slab at the fraction of the cost, but it’s much easier to install than regular tile.

Lazy Granite tiles are larger & include edging in the tile itself – this means fewer seams & easier installation.  Less cutting, and fewer seams make for a better looking, more durable countertop for your kitchen. Don’t confuse us with any granite tile countertop – our system is designed for kitchens and is perfect for DIYers.

Granite Color Options

Size options and pricing

Lazy Tiles

$32.95 ea – $59.95 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen

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Sink Kits

$349 ea – $429 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen

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Outside Corners

$35.98 ea – $39.98 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen

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Ogee Backsplash

$16.98 ea – $28.98 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen

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Bullnose Edge

$17.98 ea – $28.98 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen

 

24" x 24" Tiles

$19.96 ea – $49.96 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen



18" x 21" Tiles

$11.95 ea – $32.89 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen

12" x 12" Tiles

$2.99 ea – $9.99 ea

Price Varies Depending
on Color / Size Chosen

Installed Product Gallery

installation and upkeep

Installation

Watch the videos below for a complete installation guide!

Upkeep

Daily Cleaning

Hot water and dish rag or sponge is all you need to clean spills and wipe away crumbs to keep your countertops clean and tidy throughout the day.

At the end of the day, or as needed, a quick spray and wipe of the main areas of use with a good granite cleaner is sufficient to clean, disinfect and protect your countertops and provide a streak-free shine.

Re-Sealing

The easiest way to determine if your counters need to be re-sealed is to put a bit of water on the surface. If it beads up and sits on the surface of the stone, you are still good, however if it soaks into the stone it is time to re-seal.

To re-seal, simply get a stone sealer and apply it using the manufacturer’s directions.  This is usually as simple as spraying on the sealer, letting it soak in for a few minutes, and wiping it off.

 

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