Buyer beware. Reddick cracked the countertop on install right at the front of the sink area. Reddick's repair made it worse. They refuse to replace the countertop. On install of a 11'x4' countertop, Reddick's on-staff installers cracked the countertop in front of the sink area. They tried to cover it up with joint compound. They did not shim underneath it. They did not tell us about the crack. When we complained to them about the crack, they first denied that it was their issue until we let them know that we could see the joint compound that only their installers would have applied. Then they said they knew about it but it was only a surface crack and someone else must have put pressure on it to crack it "through-and-through". The epoxy repair they did made it worse due to the width, color, and raised area of the epoxy in the crack. Reddick is now refusing to replace the countertop claiming that cracks are "an industry standard and just part of having granite countertops". So… if you like cracked countertops and terrible customer service… go with Reddick!