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GRANITE DIVISION HOMESGranite Division is a family owned and operated business in Tyler, Texas that has grown over 15 years from a marble & granite wholesaler to the leading supplier and fabricator of natural stone and engineered products for the East Texas market. The company prides itself on the integrity of the work their residential and commercial customers have come to expect. GDI expanded manufacturing services in 2011 to keep up with demand for their products sold nationally to Fortune 500 top ranking companies. Their skilled production team is considered a source in the industry and are called on regularly to diagnose and problem solve issues for fabricators across the country.

The Rock Docs team from GDI consists of master installers and production crew members with a minimum number of 10 years consistently working in their field. Team leader and GDI President Clay Clemmer has close to 30 years experience in the industry after he began work in the family monument business before starting high school. Clemmer’s technical knowledge has boosted GDI’s reputation as innovators through his work in product development of the patented GraniteLoc system.

Proof of the value the craftUT-Tyler Cowan Center smanship GDI brings to their clients can be seen through their work on commercial, residential, educational and government projects nationally. The beauty and artistry of work performed by GDI stone professionals include notable works such as the majestic fountain at the UT-Tyler Cowan Center as well as Sewell Cadillac in Houston plus the L’Oreal Distribution Center in SouthDallas. The company also specializes in historic renovations like that of the Johnson CountyCourthouse.  More eclectic work also includes the bright red countertops installed at the more than eight thousand square foot Asian Infusion Bar & Lounge: Juls in Tyler.

The purpose of this blog is to serve as a hub for GDI to share their years of knowledge and experience here to better educate consumers with tips and advice on everything from the process of purchasing stone counter products to tips on how to care for them and products and services aimed to maintain and preserve that investment over time.

 

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