Fabulous New Rooms from Start to Finish with TTS Granite

Today’s homeowners are looking to long lasting, beautiful and natural materials to complete new construction and remodeling for kitchens, bathrooms, patios and more. TTS Granite Inc., not only carries a variety of top quality materials, they provide exceptional design and installation services.

Owned and operated by Joe and Laurie Nicolazzi for the past 29 years, TTS Granite takes pride in the choice, craftsmanship and service they offer to their customers – several of whom reside in Beverly/Morgan Park.

What sets TTS Granite apart from “big box” stores and other companies is the long history of artisanship and design, and the state-of-the-art technologies that guarantee precise measuring and perfect matching.  TTS Granite also offers a versatile selection of materials – they stock over 1,000 slabs of granite, marble, quartz and engineered stone so customers can find just what they’re looking for when shopping at the showroom in Mokena.

“We’re known for our stock,” said Laurie Nicolazzi. “We carry everything.”

TTS Granite is also known for taking the job from digital measuring, design and installation in seven days.

Design consultations and in-home estimates are free.

“Our designers and staff are here to guide you through your project from start to finish,” Nicolazzi said. “They will go to your home, see your space and help you decide on what you want.” As their ad says, if you can dream it, TTS Granite can design it.

Customers are welcome to visit the TTS Granite plant and showroom in Steger to see and feel the stone, and to experience the expert production. “People can see and hear the state-of-the-art machinery that’s used to cut the different products,” Nicolazzi said. “It’s impressive.”

Visit the TTS Granite showroom at 19852 S. LaGrange Rd., Mokena, or the plant/showroom at 3225 Louis Sherman Dr., Steger. See the extensive portfolio at www.ttsgranite.com. Call 708-478.1402 for more information.


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